Alexis Krasilovsky

Some Women Writers Kill Themselves () DVD NTSC, , min

Genre: Experimental

"SOME WOMEN WRITERS KILL THEMSELVES: SELECTED VIDEOPOEMS AND POETRY OF ALEXIS KRASILOVSKY" is a uniquely formatted DVD that allows the viewer to navigate between the videopoems and between poems of several illustrated collections. The DVD's videopoems include WHAT MEMPHIS NEEDS, screened in the Museum of Modern Art's "Between Word and Image"; CAMP TEREZIN, a dark satire of Disneyland; and INSIDE STORY, an ode to a cervix -- the first experimental film using endoscopic camerawork. Also included are three previously published chapbooks of poetry and SELF PORTRAIT AS A GEISHA -- a collection of new poems.

DVD NTSC Rental: $75.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $225.00

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