Films by Kenneth Anger + Ivan Zulueta
- Invocation of My Demon Brother (Kenneth Anger, 16mm, 11 min., 1969)
- Arrebato (Rapture) (Iván Zulueta, 35mm on video, 105 min., 1980)
Starring Mick Jagger (who also composed its score), His Satanic Majesty Anton LaVey, and Manson Family member Bobby Beausoleil, Kenneth Anger has described Invocation of My Demon Brother as "an attack on the sensorium."
Rarely screened on these shores, Iván Zulueta's sex and drugs filled cult classic Arrebato (Rapture) is legendary in Spain, where it launched a cinematic revolution, inspiring filmmakers like Pedro Almodóvar (who can be heard in an uncredited dubbing- as the voice of a female character). "He never filmed a single banal image," Almodóvar would later write of Zulueta, describing Zulueta's work as "David Lynch, but less shadowy and more pop." Mixing genre and experimental filmmaking, Arrebato tells the story of a hack horror director and heroin junky who becomes consumed by the vampiric apparatus of cinema. Introduced by Clara López.