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  • Glitch Movies by Michael Betancourt

    Michael Betancourt is a Glitch Art pioneer who began manipulating digital errors in 1990. This collection surveys his HD movies. These movies have shown in film festivals, art fairs, and galleries internationally, influencing the use of glitches in popular culture (such as in the title sequence to Amazon's sci-fi program The Expanse).

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  • Dore O - Figures of Absence

    DVD with 6 films by the German artist Dore O. Nekes

    Being located in the “antechamber of language, even of consciousness,” her newly restored films occupy a state of in-betweenness that cannot be easily interpreted nor approached verbally. Their associative stream of images and sounds acts as a deliberation on their sensuality. In a dream-like density and strange suspension of time, O.’s films induce a heightened sense of perception between hypnosis and clarity
    -Masha Matzke

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  • Siegfried A. Fruhauf: Nature And Abstractions

    DVD & Blu-ray combo set with 8 short films and 4 bonus films by the artist Siegfried A. Fruhauf

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  • Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt - Ruins Rider

    Filmed in the lost territories of the Balkans, Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt's Ruins Rider portrays the secret ruins that triggered trances over the past centuries. Using an array of hypnotic pulsating flickers, filmmaker Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt conceived an explosive kinetic experience. Accompanied by a powerful soundtrack by Marc Hurtado of the cult project Étant Donnés, Ruins Rider is a visceral experience of hypnagogic archaeology and raw energy.

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  • Early Works by Hans Richter

    Early Works by Hans Richter is released with the bonus films! Hans Richter's position in the art world was unique. As one of the earliest exponents of Dada, he was also one of the first to recognize the new possibilities cinematography offered the artist. He participated in the first avant-garde film movement alongside Léger, Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia, Cocteau and Dali, and later in New York his teachings would influence many of the "New American Cinema" filmmakers.

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  • Ken Jacobs Collection, Vol. 1: 1955-2021

    Ken Jacobs is one of the most wildly creative and influential film artists and teachers in the history of the medium, and Kino Classics is proud to present this two-disc selection from his vast body of work (additional titles will be available digitally via Kino Now). Jacobs, born in Brooklyn, NY in 1933, studied Abstract Expressionism with Hans Hofmann before turning to filmmaking – where he became a prolific member of the underground scene, along with contemporaries Jonas Mekas, Jack Smith, and Stan Brakhage.

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  • Sarah Pucill - Confessions to the Mirror

    Limited edition Blu-ray release of Sarah Pucill’s acclaimed artists’ feature film Confessions to the Mirror in which she extends the study she began in her previous film Magic Mirror (2013) responding to Surrealist artist Claude Cahun’s writing and photographs through tableaux vivants that re-stage her images and words. 

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  • Alain Mazars: Rouges silence

    There's something extraordinarily personal about all of this. Extreme ambition, monstrous collages, an unusual and highly disconcerting obsession that doesn't let up for one minute, due in part to its diabolically relentless repetitions. It's what you might get if Eisenstein directed a Franco-Chinese re-make of Wild Strawberries in the suburbs of Paris.
    -Louis Skorecki, Libération on Le Jardin des âges

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  • Larry Gottheim - Fog Line

    Perfect works have a way of appearing unobtrusive or simple, the complexities seeming to be so correct that they flow—mesmerize one through their form—a form that bespeaks of harmony between many aesthetic concerns. Larry Gottheim's Doorway is such a film. His concern for working with edges, isolating details, the prominence of the frame as a shape and revealer of edges, love of photographic texture, are all dealt with lucidly in this film.

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  • How you live your story: Selected Works by Kevin Jerome Everson

    The American artist Kevin Jerome Everson has created a remarkable body of moving image work that co-exists within film and art exhibition contexts. With a sense of place and history, his films, shot primarily on 16mm, combine scripted and documentary moments with touches of formalism. The focus is on craft and duration, and the gestures and tasks caused by certain physical and socio-economic conditions in the lives, labour and leisure of working-class Black Americans and people of African descent.

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