Yvonne Andersen

Spaghetti Trouble (1963) 16mm, black and white, 2 min

Genre: Narrative, Animation

Keywords: Comedy

Spaghetti-house customers and lazy waiters, beware! A mountain of spaghetti may await you! Featuring the comical, fascinatingly simple drawings of Red Groom, this film is sure to intrigue and entertain.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Bruce Baillie

Hurrah For Soldiers, A (1963) 16mm, black and white, 4 min

Genre: Narrative

Dedicated to Albert Verbrugghe, whose wife was killed in Katana by U. N. soldiers. Presentiment of the meeting of the irreconcilable historic forces... in which a fool is delighted by an attack from a girl gang (inspired by a writing from a toilet wall) .

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Bruce Baillie

To Parsifal (1963) 16mm, color, 16 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: History

Using the European legend as basic structure, as well as the hero: "He who becomes slowly wise." A tribute to summer. "Creating in the moment of viewing, a great sense of perspective." -- Stan Brakhage

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Charles Boultenhouse

Dionysus (1963) 16mm, color, 26 min

Genre: Experimental

N.B. The following three films may be ordered as a one- man show, at a special package rental of $100. An experiment to use the devices of the film medium to intensify the expressitivity of the Greek myth of Pentheus: cycling hand-held cameras for intoxication, slow-motion pans for hypnosis, single frame cutting for dismemberment, multiple exposures for metamorphosis, etc. A parody of the embrace from LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD is included in the Satyr Play. Charles Boutenhouse's dionysus... (one of the ) ... important occasions for the new cinema. -- Jonas Mekas, Movie Journal: The Rise of a New American Cinema. ... the film begins with the dancer Louis Falco, as Dionysus, in thrusting leaps onto which are superimposed double images of opening fists:... of flowers opening their fists... of the athlete of April... of the green leap. The triple exposure of this first part of the movie have an extraordinary pictorial richness. Frequently throughout DIONYSUS the technique of superimposition of images is used to achieve some of the most startlingly beautiful filmic texture I have ever seen -- Wallace Thurston, Kulchur #16

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00

Stan Brakhage

Dog Star Man: Part II (1963) 16mm, color, 5.5 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Environment & Nature

The third movement of Brakhage's masterwork; the extension of the bardic art into living film... images of life, regeneration... spring and early morning. -- P Adams Sitney BRAND NEW PRINT.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Mothlight (1963) 16mm, color, 4.00 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Environment & Nature, Hand-processed

8mm reduction only on sale from Stan Brakhage. What a moth might see from birth to death if black were white and white were black. Brakhage made MOTHLIGHT without a camera. He just pasted mothwings and flowers on a clear strip of film and ran it through the printing machine. -- Jonas Mekas. MOTHLIGHT is a paradoxical preservation of pieces of dead moths in the eternal medium of light (which is life and draws the moth to death); so it flutters through its very disintegration. This abstract of flight captures matter's struggle to assume its proper form; the death of the moth does not cancel its nature, which on the filmstrip asserts itself. MOTHLIGHT is one level a parable of death and resurrection, but most really concerns the persistence of the essential form, image, and motion of being. -- Ken Kelman. Brussels International; Film Festival, 1964 Spoleto Film Festival, 1966

Rental: $35.00
16mm Rental: $35.00

Stan Brakhage

Oh Life--A Woe Story--The A Test News (1963) 16mm, black and white, 5.00 min

Genre: Experimental

Three TV "concretes."

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

David Brooks

Jerry (1963) 16mm, black and white, 3 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Films about Film, Media, Music

Part 1: music as image... Part 2: movement of the film-maker.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Grover Dale

It's Coming, It's Going, It's Here, It Is Gone (1963) 16mm, color, 9 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Ethnic / Multicultural

Incorporates a chance meeting between two boys (one black, one white) at an exhibition of mechanized pop sculpture, a few startling on-the-street interviews, and some stinging "color" songs improvised by five-year olds--G. D.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Storm De Hirsch

Reticule of Love, A (1963) 16mm, color, 3 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Storm De Hirsch

Journey Around A Zero (1963) 16mm, black and white, 3 min

Keywords: Art & Artists

Zero are the violated, zero the redeemed, zero always in the round, molested by computation of an ache, a threat of hangman's thread or ballad dangling from the eye. --S. D. H.

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Donna Deitch

Memorabilia (1963) 16mm, color, 3 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Environment & Nature, Ethnic / Multicultural, History, Landscape & Architecture

A film in honor of a memorial tomorrow. --D. D.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Donna Deitch

P. P.1 (1963) 16mm, color, 6.25 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Environment & Nature, History, Landscape & Architecture, Political / Social Activism

Once upon a Mayjune (1969) many of the people of Berkeley planted a part of a vacant land with trees and flowers and other living things for children and other living people... --D. D.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Donna Deitch

She Was A Visitor (1963) 16mm, color, 2 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Biography & Autobiography

An autobiographical space trip across the bridge of the midnight color... --D. D.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Ed Emshwiller

Totem (1963) 16mm, color, 16 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Dance

A filmic interpretation of a modern dance ballet by Alvin Nikolais. Earth, fire, water and primordial mysteries in a cine-dance.

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Kazutomo Fujino

Eater, An (1963) 16mm, black and white, 20 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Comedy

"The director, born in 1928, is also one of Japan's best-known surrealist painters. Made in 1963, this very funny surrealist extravaganza was shown at the Knokke-Le-Zoute Experimental Festival in Belgium and received a special award honoring the Japanese entries. Of it the London Financial Times (of all publications) said: '... This is a very striking... macabre comedy.'"--Donald Richie

Rental: $75.00
16mm Rental: $75.00

Arnold Gassan

Doors, The (1963) 16mm, black and white, 27 min

Genre: Experimental

"... a filmic story, conceived as a series of images which evoke the awareness of horror one feels at a degeneration. The story hardly exists in a verbal equivalent. "Two young people destroy one another, yet no blood is shed. The actions are apparently simple, obvious, and effortless. There has been an avoidance of obvious or heavy symbolism. "The scenes are very nearly real time. In 25 minutes of film a man is reduced to the status of a dependent infant. The film is a comment on the American scene. Filmed by a film-maker with the most econmical photographic means as a comment on his contemporaries. The camera was faithfully used, to paraphrase Minor White, to see the actions envisioned by the creator of the film as with the apparent innocence of a bystander. The 'person' of the camera is scrupulously maintained... with the exception of 5 or 6 lap dissolves, the editing was planned as a series of straight cuts."--From the program, Third International Experimenatl Film Competition, Knokke-Le Zoute, Belgium, 1964

Rental: $28.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Dick Higgins

Flaming City, The (1963) 16mm, color, 121 min

Genre: Experimental

An anti-semantic love story about a marvelous part of New York City and the people who lived there as the city is destroyed so are they, except that both are indestructible. Reel 3 uses extraordinary technical effects. --D. H.

Rental: $250.00
16mm Rental: $250.00

Dick Higgins

Invocations of Canyons and Boulders for Stan Brakhage (1963) 16mm, color, 1 min

Genre: Experimental

"Higgins' movie is a five-foot loop showing a closeup of a man (Higgins himself) chewing some imaginary object... started at 8 p. m. and at 1 a. m., when I left, it was still running... INVOCATION is Higgins' Satie movie... the purest attempt to clear art from any or all historical, esthetic, thematic, ornamental claptrap to regain the lost-eye consciousness." --Jonas Mekas

Rental: $40.00
16mm Rental: $40.00

Will Hindle

Non Catholicam (1963) 16mm, black and white, 9.25 min

Genre: Experimental

Another granddaddy of the American Personal Film movement. Set to the music of Hindemith, filmed entirely in a Gothic cathedral and edited to precision counter-point. An almost somber beginning that rises to brilliant exaltation. As with PASTORALE, extremely innovative for its day and even now. Entire film was an "optical print" to retain light nuances. Has never been placed in competition.

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Takahiko Iimura

Anma (The Massure) (1963) 16mm, DVD NTSC, black and white, 13 min

Genre: Experimental

"Anma (The Masseur)" by the Butoh dance creator and a legendary figure, Tatsumi Hijikata, is a classic piece of Butoh of Japan. Butoh, an original style of modern dance in Japan, had begun with his performance. The film was realized not only as a dance document but also as a Cine-Dance, a performance with a camera. The filmmaker "performed" himself with a camera among the dancers on the stage in front of the audience. Also with a duet by Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno, the main characters of Butoh, this film had a rare appearance of them in Butoh history. "(Through this film,) it became clear that the Black Butoh Dance created by Tatsumi Hijikata is closer to the neo-dada movement taking over the provocative, cynical and absurd forms rather than the German expressionist dance usually connected." -- Nicolas Villodre, curator of Cinematheque Francaise, Paris Collection of Lincoln Center, Performing Arts, New York

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $50.00

Takahiko Iimura

Onan (1963) 16mm, black and white, 7 min

Music by Yasunao Tone This film narratives the story of young man who makes holes on nude photographs with a heated stick and later gives birth to a hue plastic egg (an art work of Natzuyuki Nakanishi who plays the role of the young man). "ONAN is a work about desire (masterbation) which has no object but itself. The appearance of the large egg objectifies the man's desires. After colliding with the other (a girl), the hero falls down while still holding the egg, thus caricaturing the desire of the hero. "The basis framework of the story is conventional, yet Iimura's way of telling is lift me with a new knowledge of love. What more can you ask of a film? For example, with all the expert gyrations of Bressons's film, BALTHAZAR, (which is about love too) it seemed to me just a remake of some very tired sentiments. ONAN shows, at least to me, that Iimura can handle narrative material where most avant gardists fear to tread. At the root, Iimura seems to have a feature-film-maker's sensibility." -- Carl Linder, Film Culture 44, Spring 67 "In Onan (1962) a young man becomes aroused by looking at pictures of naked women in girlie magazines. He makes several visually-startling attacks on the photographs with a penile-looking stick he has heated in a hibachi; then he apparently masturbates. Later we see the man rolling around on the bed until he gives birth to a large egg, made of some synthetic substance. After rubbing the egg all over his body, he runs outside and offers it to a woman; her refusal causes him to lie down in a fetal position which he maintains until the end of the film. Onan suggests the essentially furstrating lifelessness of eroticism based on the callous exploitation of the female body. The implication seems to be that the sadistic attitude toward women revealed in the man's attacks on the photographs ultimately renders him an eternal baby in this real relationships with women." -- Scott MacDonald, Afterimage, April, 1978

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Takahiko Iimura

Rose Color Dance (1963) 16mm, black and white, 13 min

Genre: Experimental

A document (or what I call "cinedance") of Tatsumi Hijikata's Butoh dance with Kazuo Ohno as the guest dancer shot in Hijikata's early period when he was emerging as the originator of Butoh. All of the male dancers are dressed u p with evening suits and move gracefully, yet an intruder breaks up the whole scene abruptly. The film is worth seeing, even if just to see a memorable gay duet of Hijikata and Ohno. Overexposed, washed out images are sandwiched among normal ones.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Takahiko Iimura

Sakasama (Upside Down) (1963) 16mm, color, 13 min

Genre: Experimental

Filmed turning the camera upside down the scene of people, a girl, amusement park, beach, etc. without looking through the viewfinder.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Ken Jacobs

Blonde Cobra (1963) 16mm, color & b/w, 33 min

Genre: Experimental

Featuring Jack Smith *Images gathered by Bob Fleischner, sound-film composed by Ken Jacobs. "Jack says I made the film too heavy. It was his and Bob's intention to create light monster-movie comedy. Two comedies, actually, two separate stories that were being shot simultaneously until they had a falling-out over who should pay for the raw stock destroyed in a fire started when Jack's cat knocked over a candle: Jack claimed it was an act of God. in the winter of '59 Bob showed me the footage. Having no idea of the original story plans I was able to view the material not as the fragments of a failure, of two failures, but as the makings a new entirety. Bob gave over the footage to me and with it the freedom to develop it as I saw fit. I think it was in late 1960 that Jack and I ignored our personal animosities long enough to record his words and songs for the sound track. The phrases he repeated into the tape recorder were mostly ones I'd at some time heard him say; most were pet phrases he loved to recite, over and over, his lessons. A very few I made up in his stlye. The procedure for recording his monologues and songs. I played him selections from my 78 collection, music from the '20's and '30's, sometimes only the beginning of a record and if he liked it would restart the record and immediately record. I don't think there was a second take of anything Any lack of clarity is due to the very second-rate equipment, third-rate, fourth-rate, we were using. I play the harp for the Madame Nescience monologue. Jack supplied the Arabic music, there's also some SAFARI IN HIFI; a Villa-Lobos string quartet speeded up; a haunting section of a children's 45. . . 'Baby Wants To Sleep". A small amount of my own previous shooting was cut into the film, the short 'drowning in newscience' color sequence near the beginning. BLONDE COBRA is an erratic narrative -no, not really a narrative, it's only stretched out in time for convenience of delivery. It's a look in on an exploding life, on a man of imagination suffering pre-fashionable lower East Side deprivation and consumed with American 1950's, 40's, 30's disgust. Silly, self-pitying, guilt-structured and yet triumphing-on one level-over the situation with style, because he's unapologetically gifted, has a genius for courage, knows that a state of indignity can serve to show his character in sharpest relief. He carries on, states his presence for what it is. Does all he can to draw out our condemnation, testing our love for limits, . . . enticing us into an absurd moral posture the better to dismiss us with a regal 'screw-=off'." -K. J. Projected quarterly at The Anthology Film Archives of New York

Rental: $90.00
16mm Rental: $90.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $400.00

Ken Jacobs

Little Stabs At Happiness (1963) 16mm, color, 15 min

Genre: Experimental

Featuring Jack Smith. Material was cut in as it came out of the camera, embarrassing moments intact. 100' rolls timed well with music on old 78s. I was interested in immediacy, a sense of ease, and an art where suffering was acknowledged but not trivialized with dramatics. Whimsy was our achievement, as well as breaking out of step.

Rental: $45.00
16mm Rental: $45.00

Ken Jacobs

Baud'larian Capers (1963) 16mm, DVD NTSC, color, 15 min

Genre: Experimental

Bob Fleischner was an open and shut case. Utterly open, utterly unfathomable. It took awhile to fixate on him but then I got drawn in. --K. J.

Rental: $90.00 (16mm), 60.00 (DVD)
16mm Rental: $90.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $60.00

Max Katz

Wisp (1963) 16mm, black and white, 7.5 min

Genre: Experimental

"... boy-meets-girl here is just an excuse for a dazzling display of editing. The film is made up of shots each about hald a second long, and they make a real assault on the visual sense... a pattern of connections and associations, some of them symbolic, some of them emotional... It certainly has a richness of ideas... I trust your eyes are still in their sockets." --Colin Bennett, discussion the '63 Melbourne Film Festival.

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Francis Lee

Film-Makers' Showcase (1963) 16mm, color, 3 min

Genre: Animation, Experimental

Made for the famous New York "Film-Makers' Showcase" screenings at the Gramercy Arts Theatre (now defunct). Features clips from Cooperative releases, production shots of film-makers, plus animation. Free, if requested, with bookings totaling over $100 for one screening.

Rental: $35.00
16mm Rental: $35.00

Dan McLaughlin

God is Dog Spelled Backwards (1963) 16mm, color, 3.5 min

Genre: Animation, Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists

"...or 3,000 years of art in 3 1/2 minutes."

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Jonas Mekas

Film Magazine of the Arts (1963) 16mm, color, 20 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Personal / Diary / Journal

"In Spring, 1963 Show Magazine called me and asked that I make a film on arts in New York. I told them, why did they want me to make it - didn't they know I was a bit unusual? ... 'We want something unusual,' they said. So I went out and made a newsreel on arts. Show people looked at the rough cut of the film and became very angry. 'But there is nothing about Show Magazine and DuPont fabrics in the movie,' they said. 'What has that to do with the arts in New York!' I said. The battle was short. The film was destroyed. Really, I have no idea what they did with it. This workprint of the first FILM MAGAZINE OF THE ARTS is the only print in existence, as far as I know." -- J.M.

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00

Diane Rochlin

Sailor Dance (1963) 16mm, black and white, 6.25 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Barbara Rubin

Christmas On Earth (1963) 16mm, black and white, 30 miins min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: body, erotic, queer

"A study in genital differentiation and psychic tumult." --Candy O' Brien "What you will be renting now is just what was filmed, uncut, unedited. Projection instructions: The film remains on two reels (A and B), requiring two projectors, to be projected simultaneously at sound speed. The film on the first projector fills the screen, while the image on the second projector is approximately one half smaller and fills the middle of the screen, superimposing on the first image. This can be done either by using different lenses, or by placing one projector closer to the screen. They begin simultaneously, though due to slight differences in speed of each projector, they end slightly different. I've added black leader to compensate for that. When both images are off, turn projectors off. I suggest if possible to use to of the same kind of projectors, and check them before projection. I also suggest that since this is the first time of veiwing this, to put Reel A on the largest screen, and Reel B on the inner, smaller screen, making sure each film is being projected heads out. To complete the cycle, a radio must be hooked up to a PA system, with a nice cross-section of psychic tumult like an AM rock station, turned on and played loud. Also (optional) color gels may be used in front of projector and moved and alternated by hand during the film. PLEASE return this film as it was send to you, whole. Thank you, Barbara Rubin. P.s., PLEASE PROJECT MY FILM IN THE IMAGE IN WHICH IT WAS CREATED-- i.e. EXACTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROJECTION INSTRUCTIONS!" --B.R.

Rental: $125.00
16mm Rental: $125.00

Gerd Stern

Y (1963) 16mm, black and white, 12 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Erotic, Landscape & Architecture

"...a question (as valid a form in film poetry as a phrase or a sentence): what effect does the authority syndrome of the highway have on contemporary sexual dynamics? The question is asked through a collage of highway signs, center lines, the nude seen as the way with circumstantial sounds of orgiastic motors and breath."-G.S.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Katsuhiro Tomita

Martyr, The (1963) 16mm, black and white, 28 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $80.00
16mm Rental: $80.00

Stan Vanderbeek

Summit (1963) 16mm, color & b/w, 12 min

Genre: Experimental

"World leaders at the crossroads" S.V. "... Constructs a plastic universe where familiar objects lose their usual relations, and when we have adjusted to the new picture, another shuffle occurs- more improbable and more comic than before." Dick Bergman

John M. Vicario

Shoppers Market (1963) 16mm, color, 22 min

Genre: Experimental

"a documentary film of marked lyrical and experimental tendency which was photographed and recorded in a L.A. supermarket. It consists of five sequences: 1) description of people 2) Comedy 3) choreographing natural movements 4) transformation fo visual reality 5) empathy"

Rental: $66.00
16mm Rental: $66.00

Bud Wirtschafter

What's Happening (1963) 16mm, color, 14 min

Genre: Documentary, Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists

Assisted by: Al Valentine, Ray Wisniewski, Virginia Cartreaux, Chuck Ginnever, Sylvia Brett, Jerry Chalum, Marsha Dunetz, Jim Henson, Zelda Wirtschafter, Eleanor Guaitolni. A documentary film of a series of "happenings", taking place at George Segal's farm. Performers by Allan Kaprow, Chuck Ginnever, Wolf Vostel, Yvonne Rainer, Lamont Young, Dick Higgins.

Rental: $45.00
16mm Rental: $45.00

Vernon Zimmerman

America Au Gratin (1963) 16mm, color, 9 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: comedy

"An improvisation with Wheatfield Ergot and Margaret Goll... If Robert Brenchley looked like General MacArthur introducing Elanor Roosevelt at a Salvation Army meeting, this film could have been made of that... An experiment in keeping words as wild as the imagery in Zimmerman's early work." - Z.V. "...A funny (filmed straight) satire about the invaluable doughnut hole, set forth in a Robert Benchley type lecture delivered by a talented actress, Margaret Goll." - Robert Salmaggi, Herald Tribune

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Vernon Zimmerman

College, The (1963) 16mm, black and white, 55 min

Genre: Documentary, Experimental

"... a free-style documentary which explores the folkways of under-graduate life on and off the university campus. It dispenses with script, actors, and staged situations of any kind. Instead, the cameraman-director roams at large through the university community..."-Panorama-Chicago Daily News

Rental: $90.00
16mm Rental: $90.00

Vernon Zimmerman

Scarface and Aphrodite (1963) 16mm, black and white, 15 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: theatre

Based on a "Happening" by Claes Oldenburg, with a cast of twenty. Recipient of Special Commendation of the Jury, Third International Experimental Film Festival, 1963-1964. "...in Scarface and Aphrodite, Vernon Zimmerman's film adaptation of "Gayety," one sees many of the elements of children's homemade theatre. The participants are not trained actors. A school trash can with a pointed top is crudely painted to resemble a skyscraper. Ladders draped with cloth serve as scenery, and hand-lettered signs indicate different geographical locations... The style is deliberately homespun, even awkward and messy. Yet those very qualities make the performance playful and pleasurable" - Sally Banes, Greenwich Village 1963: Avant-Garde Performance and the Effervescent Body

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00

Takahiko Iimura

Desade (1963) 16mm, BW, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: art, body, erotic

From the collector of Marquis de Sade in the early 1960s, still a 'dark age ' of erotic picture, even his novels were forbidden to publish in Tokyo, I burrowed the copies of the engraving taken from the 18th century edition of "The story of Juliette" and of "The story of Justine." and rearranged along a story made from of the pictures not from the novels. An exercise out of the curiosity. It was the same year I made Ai(Love) in 1962 which consists of mostly extreme close-ups of love making. I have kept DeSade for many years in my closet without looking at it myself and have forgotten about it. By a chance I re-found the film 50 years later that there is something worth to see.(T.I, 2012)

Rental: $40.00
16mm Rental: $40.00

Jack Smith

Normal Love (1963-65) 16mm, color, 120 min

Genre: Experimental

Note: Sound on CD. Smith's second feature length film appears to derive from his adoration of Maria Montez, the B- movie star best know for her performance in "Cobra Woman." It features a variety of 30's horror film monsters, a mermaid, a lecher, and various cuties performed by a cast which included Mario Montez, John Vaccaro, Diane DePrima, Beverly Grant, Tiny Tim, and others. Brand new distribution print courtesy of the Gladstone Gallery.

16mm Rental: $480.00

Jack Smith

Yellow Sequence (1963-65) 16mm, color, 15 min

Genre: Experimental

Note: Sound on CD. This is a gold-toned coda to "Normal Love". Brand new distribution print courtesy of the Gladstone Gallery.

16mm Rental: $60.00

Takahiko Iimura

Screen Play (1963/2012) DVD NTSC, color, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

SCREEN PLAY is a film performance at Place M, Tokyo, in 2012. SCREEN PLAY was first performed in 1963 at Sogetsu Art Center, Tokyo, with participation of Hi Red Center. A film IRO (Colors) (1962) which mixes different paints, is projected with music by Yasunao Tone.

Rental: $40.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $40.00

Beryl Sokoloff

MY MIRRORED HOPE (1963) 16mm, DVD_NTSC, color , min

Genre: Narrative, Documentary, Experimental

Keywords: art_artists, environment_nature, landscape_architecture

This iconic feature, MY MIRRORED HOPE, is a vibrant portrait of visionary artist Clarence Schmidt. The film intertwines views of Clarence Schmidt's fantastic house in Woodstock, NY, his sculptures and gardens with the man himself. Sokoloff portrays Clarence as a wizardly inhabitant of his magic world.

Rental: $100.00
16mm Rental: $100.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $100.00

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