The Films of James/Jim Krell

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Aaron Kearns's picture

Curious to know if anyone on here had seen Krell's films.
James (or Jim, depending on the source) was an experimental director and editor from the late 1960s and early 1980s. His filmography is almost entirely made from shorts, and his style is from the same analytical, non-narrative format that directors like Paul Sharits came from. His films are a bit elusive in how they're only available for private screenings, he never licensed his work for home video, so the only way to catch them was seeing the original 8mm prints.

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