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Harrington plays a young man desperately seeking out the fleeting image of a female companion, and though he never quite catches her, he discovers much more through the surreal explorations of his own sexuality.
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23rd Psalm Branch: Part I
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Submit to Me Now
Sadomasochistic images of self-mutilation.
On the Marriage Broker Joke as Cited by Sigmund Freud in Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious or Can the Avant-Garde Artist Be Wholed?
Avant garde exploration of the marriage broker joke and other things.
The Liberation of the Mannique Mechanique
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The Domain of the Moment
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Combat de boxe
An avant-garde montage of a boxing match, based on a poem by Paul Werrie.
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The Reality of Karel Appel
Documentary about the work and the unconventional approach of the painter Karel Appel. The film shows him flinging vast amounts of paint onto the canvas, resulting in dynamic paintings showing an over...
"A film portrait cut to the tune of Conway Twitty's version of 'Mona Lisa.' Filmed in part at a 1964 show of Conner's artwork in San Francisco, the film is also a witty statement about forces that tak...
The final Duplicity in this series does seem a resolve with the term. All previous visual manifestations have been extended (thru four-roll superimpositions) to their limit. Obvious costumes and masks...
The Last Bolshevik
A documentary on Soviet filmmaker Aleksandr Medvedkin, examining his tumultuous career, the rediscovery of his masterpiece Happiness, and Russia's struggles over the course of the 20th Century.
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Short film of 7 sections with each one using a different experimental film technique.
Mr. Frenhofer and the Minotaur
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Cybele: A Pastoral Ritual in Five Scenes
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