"Shot on a september afternoon, in 1971, on the lawn and inside the studio of hans richter's connecticut home. The artist talks informally with Cecile Starr about his first experiences as a filmmaker, and about the interrelationship of his films and his paintings. scrolls and collages. Excerpts from Rhythm 21, Ghosts before breakfast and Race symphony help illustrate Richter's comments about how these pioneer avant-garde films were maade in the years between 1921 and 1929.
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Cecile Starr16mm, color, sound, 6 minRental format: 16mm