“…this unclassifiable artist-alchemist of celluloid, author of the most fantastic visions in French cinema.” – Vincent Ostria, Cahiers d..(read more)
New release on DVD+Bluray of this groundbreaking work from 1958. It’s 40 minutes long, has no sound and was originally on 16 mm. “The great achievement ..(read more)
With his grainy women’s portraits, Gerard Fieret (1924-2009) managed to antagonize the entire late sixties establishment. In his mouse-infested studio he phot..(read more)
REMI! The artist-run film lab makers manual! REMI has been a 2-year cooperation project including Mire (Nantes, FR), WORM.Filmwerkplaats (Rotterdam, NL) and Lab..(read more)
Visually astonishing (in black & white), almost tactile recreation of an alternative universe, drenched in blood, mud and the tears of the oppressed.
Maurer’s extensive oeuvre produced since the 1960s consistently documents movement and displacement, specifically with regard to systematics and structura..(read more)
This new issue of the Millennium Film Journal looks different. Larger page size. Fresh design approach.
Available for the first time with English subtitles, this 16 mm film from 1976/77, Schmidt’s first feature length film (color & b/w, sound, 117 min). ..(read more)
Directed in 1927 by Germaine Dulac and scripted by Antonin Artaud, The Seashell and the Clergyman is generally considered to be the first Surrealist film: a key..(read more)