Catalogue

  • Cinema Expanded - Avant-Garde Film in the Age of Intermedia

    Expanded cinema: avant-garde moving image works that claim new territory for the cinematic, beyond the bounds of familiar filmmaking practices and the traditional theatrical exhibition space. First emerging in the 1960s amidst seismic shifts in the arts, multi-screen films, live cinematic performance, light art, kinetic art, video, and computer-generated imagery - all placed under expanded cinema's umbrella - re-emerged at the dawn of the 2000s, opening a vast new horizon of possibility for the moving image, and perhaps even heralding the end of cinema as we know it.

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  • Fields of View - Film, Art and Spectatorship

    Drawing on film theory, literary modernism, psychology and art history, Fields of View elucidates an expanded network of connections between avant-garde film and wider culture. In this bold and original work, A.L. Rees identifies three key terms - 'field', 'frame' and 'interval' and charts their use by filmmakers and theorists such as Dziga Vertov, Sergei Eisenstein, Bruce Baillie, Maya Deren, Malcolm Le Grice and Werner Nekes, from the 1920s through to the present day.

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    Paperback - 29.99 GBP
    Hardback - 95 GBP
    Ebook-PDF - 26.99 GBP

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  • Nathaniel Dorsky - Eclogues: Letters and Correspondence

    “This past summer I began to look through my album of personal snapshots, ones that I had sent out to accompany my email correspondences over the last decade. I was thinking of the possibility of doing some test printings of these images for a potential show when it was suggested to me by my printer, Nina Zurier, that a small book might be a more appropriate context for this project.

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  • George: The Story of George Maciunas and Fluxus

    George is a work of art itself that delivers guffaws that erupt unexpectedly between poignant moments from Maciunas’s childhood traumas to tangling with the mob and the attorney general of the State of New York during his innovations in constructing the loft culture of downtown Manhattan. Jeffrey Perkins’s George is an important new addition to the twin canons of art and anti-art.
    -Mark Bloch, Brooklyn Rail

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    19,90 EUR

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  • 3 Journeys to Lithuania

    DVD with 3 films by Jonas Mekas, Adolfas Mekas and Pola Chapelle and a bonus film by Anne Maregiano

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  • Meditaciones sobre el presente. Ute Aurand, Helga Fanderl, Jeannette Muñoz y Renate Sami

    The German and Chilean filmmakers Ute Aurand, Helga Fanderl, Jeannette Muñoz and Renate Sami are the subjects of the festival publication for the 14th edition of Punto de Vista. These four filmmakers, who work in the avant-garde, experimental film tradition, have been widely recognized at prestigious international festivals such as Berlinale, Oberhausen, NYFF and Rotterdam.

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  • The Maya Deren Collection

    Maya Deren is one of the most important American experimental filmmakers of all time and Kino Classics and Re:Voir are proud to present new 2K restorations of her essential work. Along with being a filmmaker, Deren was a choreographer, dancer, film theorist, poet, lecturer and photographer, and she brings all of these disciplines together in her dreamlike and ecstatic films.

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  • The Maya Deren Collection

    Maya Deren is one of the most important American experimental filmmakers of all time and Kino Classics and Re:Voir are proud to present new 2K restorations of her essential work. Along with being a filmmaker, Deren was a choreographer, dancer, film theorist, poet, lecturer and photographer, and she brings all of these disciplines together in her dreamlike and ecstatic films.

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  • Christian Lebrat - Radical Cinema

    In Cinéma Radical, first published in French in 2008, the artist Christian Lebrat reflects on a cinema that “follows its own rules and questions the very definition of the medium.” His essays analyse the work of major film artists, including Stan Brakhage, Robert Breer, Marcel Duchamp, Germaine Dulac, Hollis Frampton, Ken Jacobs, Peter Kubelka, Fernand Léger, Maurice Lemaître, Man Ray, Jonas Mekas, Paul Sharits, and Michael Snow, among others.

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  • Standish Lawder and The Cubist Cinema

    Standish Lawder was a film artist and an art historian. This book is an attempt both to appreciate Lawder as an artist and to make his singular achievement as an art historian more available.

    Two essays on his films accompany the complete text of his pioneering study of the European avant-garde of the 1920s, The Cubist Cinema.

    Links are provided to some of Lawder’s films as well as many of the seminal works in the early history of experimental film.

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