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A short film by Stan Brakhage featuring music by Rick Corrigan.
This film by Stan Brakhage investigates the process of memory and thought by melting a series of images and a field of color. The positive-negative flickering graphs a sort of shutter-window all over...
Jeux des reflets et de la vitesse
A high-speed travel through Paris on trains and on the Seine.
London to Brighton in Four Minutes
London to Brighton in 4 minutes BBC interlude. From the days when TV was all live and programming was hectic. Often when one program finished, the next one was not ready yet, and the gap had to be fil...
The Midnight Party
Part of The Children's Trilogy. Filmed in 1938, effects added by Larry Jordan ca. 1965-68.
A short experimental film from James Broughton.
Recreation's rapid-fire slideshow of single-frame images of incredible density and intensity has been compared to contemporary Beat poetry.
Glimpse of the Garden
Experimental film showing film clips of a garden, with birds chirping for the soundtrack.
Damon the Mower
Inspired by an Andrew Marvell poem, George Dunning sketched short phrases of animated movement on index cards, which were then stuck to a table top and filmed. Animation bared to the bone, and still e...
A wall blocks the path of two people. One man submits, while the other refuses to admit defeat.
Two portraits in relation to each other, the first of Robert Creeley, the second of Michael McClure.
The Cuckoo Waltz
James Whitney’s Lapis (1966) is a classic work of abstract cinema, a 10-minute animation that took three years to create using primitive computer equipment. In this piece smaller circles oscillate in ...
37/78: Tree Again
At the center are takes which do not change - a tree in a field in Vermont, U.S.A. Since the film was shot over a period of fifty days, the single frame shots create a storm of pictures.
Shot at 2,000 frames per second, this short shows a man exhaling smoke in incredibly slow motion.
Crack Glass Eulogy
A nostalgic envisionment of city living - the potential shards of memory seen as if always on the verge of cutting the mind to pieces.
A short film by Stan Brakhage
A fast-paced rhythmic impression of dancers, musicians and sportsmen at a highlands event.
A send-up of Griffith's THE LONELY VILLA and other movies of that sort, such as THE GIRLS AND DADDY, THE LONEDALE OPERATOR and many others, as the heroine, thinking that burglars are trying to break i...