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Preserving the Underground

Film/Video

Images courtesy of National Film Preservation Foundation.

Preserving the Underground

Introduced by Jeff Lambert, Assistant Director of the National Film Preservation Foundation

Thu, Jan 10, 2013 7 PM

This captivating program offers a wide-ranging introduction to some of the most significant American experimental films and filmmakers. Trust us: You’ve never seen these films look so beautiful. Highlights of the program include Kenneth Anger’s Rabbit’s Moon (1950), Abigail Child’s Prefaces (1981), Bruce Conner’s Cosmic Ray (1961), and Andy Warhol’s concert film The Velvet Underground in Boston (1967). (app. 100 mins., 16mm & 35mm)

Full program:

Cosmic Ray (Bruce Conner, 1961) 4 mins.
Rabbit’s Moon (Kenneth Anger, 1950-70) 16 mins.
Velvet Underground in Boston (Andy Warhol, 1967) 33 mins.
Pixillation (Lillian Schwartz, 1970) 4 mins.
Olympiad (Lillian Schwartz, 1971) 3 mins.
Enigma (Lillian Schwartz, 1972) 4 mins.
Prefaces (Abigail Child, 1981) 10 mins.
America Is Waiting (Bruce Conner, 1981) 4 mins.

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