Adolfas and Jonas Mekas arrived in New York in 1949, leaving Lithuania behind. The camera became their means of expression and cinema invaded their lives.
124 sketches, each up to 2 minutes long. Portraits of people in Mekas’ life, places, seasons of the year, weather (storms, snow blizzards, etc.), many of ..(read more)
In his “Movie Journal” columns for the Village Voice, Mekas captured an exciting movement in 1960s American filmmaking. He explored the most essen..(read more)
Letters from nowhere were written between 1994 and 1995 for the Lithuaniuan agricultural newspaper The Farmer. They are reflections and comments on contemporary..(read more)
A faked documentary about ten soldiers confined on a US Navy ship and the three guards who beat and humiliate them. ‘A raw slice of new American cinema fi..(read more)
Scenes from the life of Andy Warhol, as seen by three pioneer avant-garde filmmakers and close friends of the Pop-artist. Jonas Mekas, the irrepressible force b..(read more)