Richard Myers

Three films by Richard Myers (1961, 1964 and 1965 ) DVD_NTSC, BW, 20, 24 and 23 min

Genre: Narrative, Experimental

The Path 1961
The Path "...light as the symbol of the ineffable. The 'plot' of this subjective recreation of a dream seems to concern a mysterious journey; the spectator. However, is visually directed towards forms and substances rather than to the protagonists by a filmmaker who is a master of visionary cinema." -Amos Vogel, Film as a subversive Art
First Time Here 1964
..."Major discovery of the Ann Arbor Film Festival" -Pauline Kael, Film critic and author
"First Time Here" is both fascinating and deeply disturbing. Perhaps it is a form of prophesy. I would gladly see it many times more." -Wm. S. Doan, Dir. The Film Center, Hull House, Chicago
Coronation 1965
Music:Fred Coulter /Costumes: James M. Someroski
"Richard Myers is one of the most talented and one of the most unknown filmmakers in the country. Personally and geographically isolated from the hysterical film propaganda machine. We seldom hear his name; aside from the Ann Arbor Film Festival, we never see his films...Myers's Coronation ranks with the two or three very best experimental films of 1965" -George Manupelli, dir. The Ann Arbor Film Festival.

DVD NTSC Sale: $35,00

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