Issue #69, “Deep Cuts”, features articles by Soyoung Yoon and Ryan Conrath, a studio visit with Pat O’Neill, a conversation between Cauleen Sm..(read more)
In the second half of the 1970s, Alfred Kaiser was entirely unknown to the film world when he went public with two films, namely “A Third Reich” (19..(read more)
In Dutch. A Philip K. Dick special. Interview with William Lustig, Stonerhorror, Captive State, Psycho, and much much more.
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)
NOTFILM is the feature-length movie on the production of FILM by Samuel Beckett and its philosophical implications, utilizing additional outtakes, never before ..(read more)
Playwright Samuel Beckett’s lone work for projected cinema was entitled archetypally, Film, and grew from Berkeley’s pronouncement, essi et percipi: “..(read more)
Originally on 16 mm, made in 1958, this film was Hanoun’s first feature film. “Une Simple Histoire” shows Hanoun already considering the issue..(read more)
Jo Ann Kaplan (1945-2016) was an acclaimed prize-winning filmmaker whose work is marked by an extraordinary diversity of forms which includes animation, dance f..(read more)
A nice gift to cinema lovers who like to explore alternative ways of interpreting the moving image, by means of a social, playful activity.
In 1965, the experimental filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek (1927–1984) unveiled his Movie-Drome, made from the repurposed top of a grain silo. VanDerBeek envisioned ..(read more)