Saul
Levine

“Saul Levine is the foremost dissenting filmmaker in America. With about 35 years of consistent production behind him, and no signs of fatigue, he can show us the shape of a life passionately and uncompromisingly ...

Films

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    G OG OGO GOG OGO OG G
    Experimental

    G OG OGO GOG OGO OG G
    Saul Levine

    reg8mm, color, sound, 24 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
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    Ivan's Scarf
    Experimental

    Ivan's Scarf
    Saul Levine

    reg8mm, color, sound, 4 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
    • Biography / Autobiography
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    Lost Note
    Experimental

    Lost Note
    Saul Levine

    reg8mm, color, sound, 10.5 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
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    Note One
    Experimental

    Note One
    Saul Levine

    reg8mm, black and white, silent, 6.5 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
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    On The Spot
    Experimental

    On The Spot
    Saul Levine

    16mm, color, silent, 28.5 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
    • Films About Film
    • Landscape / Architecture
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    The Queen of Night Gotta Box of Light
    Experimental

    The Queen of Night Gotta Box of Light
    Saul Levine

    16mm, color, silent, 4 min
    Rental format: 16mm
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    Salt of the Sea
    Experimental

    Salt of the Sea
    Saul Levine

    16mm, color, silent, 4 min
    Rental formats: 16mm, regular 8mm
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    Saul's Scarf
    Experimental

    Saul's Scarf
    Saul Levine

    16mm, color, silent, 19.5 min
    Rental format: regular 8mm
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    Tear/Or
    Experimental

    Tear/Or
    Saul Levine

    16mm, color, silent, 4 min
    Rental format: 16mm

Biography

“Saul Levine is the foremost dissenting filmmaker in America. With about 35 years of consistent production behind him, and no signs of fatigue, he can show us the shape of a life passionately and uncompromisingly devoted to filmmaking. His works are high-energy messages of friendship, records of sexual love and political activism, radiated by humor, prophetic anger, loneliness and even though rarely, representing repose. His incessant, chaotic outpouring of political energy seems less geared to a naïve notion of bettering the world than to a perpetual pressure to keep it from getting worse.” — P. Adams Sitney.