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An actress and a director run through a melodramatic scene, speaking to a mannequin.
Arabesque for Kenneth Anger
Filmed at the Alhambra in Spain in just one day, according to Marie Menken. Arabesque for Kenneth Anger concentrates on visual details found in Moorish architecture and in ancient Spanish tile. The da...
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Power of Plants
Uses time-lapse photography to show the physical power of plants in their efforts to receive sunlight and fulfill their growth.
The March of the Machines
La marche des machines (Deslaw,1927) is a sort of symphony of machines.
Remedial Reading Comprehension
An experimental short film by Owen Land, produced in 1970.
Further examining the medium of film itself, Colorfilm is a work Lawder made while trying to make a minimalist, "pure color" film. Using spliced-together strips of colored film leader in white, yellow...
Two portraits in relation to each other, the first of Robert Creeley, the second of Michael McClure.
Shot over a period of three years. Marie Menken photographed New York window displays during the Christmas holiday. In order to avoid foot and street traffic interrupting the shots, Menken filmed from...
Film in Which There Appear Edge Lettering, Sprocket Holes, Dirt Particles, Etc.
An experimental short in which the degradation of film is shown over time.
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 ...
"Made with spray paint and hand-cut stencils, this film was an attempt at maximum plastic intensity… Places Breer for the first time among the major colorists of the avant-garde." – P. Adams Sitney
Recreation's rapid-fire slideshow of single-frame images of incredible density and intensity has been compared to contemporary Beat poetry.
Gus Visser and His Singing Duck
An early sound film featuring Gus Visser and a duck.
Shot in 1959, Scotch Tape is Jack Smith's first film -- a joyous, three-minute romp, in color, using Peter Duchin's rhumba "Carinhoso" for its soundtrack. Three young men merrily bop through the wreck...
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...
Thigh Line Lyre Triangular
Birth footage of one of Brakhage's children.