This hard-to-find compilation of five shorts by Frank and Caroline Mouris includes the Academy Award-winning 'Frank Film' alongside companion-piece 'Frankly Caroline', Screentest', 'Coney' and 'Impasse', a homage to Oskar Fischinger.
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Sarah Pucill’s films and photographs explore the mirroring and merging we seek in the Other; a sense of self which is transformative and fluid. Her work is concerned with the idea that as subjects we are not separate.
"Another Tomorrow: Young Video Art from the Collection of the Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum"
Selected by Günther Holler-Schuster, in conjunction with the Slought Foundation exhibition (2008)
Featuring works by Martin Kaltner/Thomas Baum
Here I Am
Five films, both 16mm and 35mm, from Pat O'Neill. Includes the installation works "Two Sweeps" and "Let's Make A Sandwich", presented here as they would be seen in a gallery setting: as continuous loops.
Born in Brooklyn in 1933, Ken Jacobs is one of the truly legendary figures in the New York Underground. Artist, filmmaker, inventor, theatrical innovator and teacher—Ken Jacobs has been questioning and reinventing new film techniques for well over five de
Film director Boris Lehman returns, after 44 years, to Lausanne, where he was born in 1944, at the end of the war. He only lived there one year. His parents were Jews who had sought refuge in Belgium when the Nazis seized power in Poland. Forced to flee f
Étienne O’Leary’s filmography consists essentially of three experimental films completed in Paris between 1966 and 1968. Day Tripper, Homeo (aka Homeo: Minor Death: Coming Back from Going Home) and Chromo Sud constitute a cinema of resistance. These bruta
Three distinct locations are brought together in this film Three Studies in Geography (2011), which encompasses three previously separate films made over the last ten years. Each location presents a particular balance of land, sky and water. The first par
DVD compilation of 10 years of music videos by Antonin De Bemels