Avant-Garde Program #11 Movie Review 1970

Information and Film Reviews for Avant-Garde Program #11 the Movie

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A collection of three short experimental films: Lynch's student film "Alphabet" (1970), a semi-animated, dark look at the ABCs; Duchamp's famous "Anemic Cinema" (1926, silent), the only true Dada film; and Mitry's "Pacific 231" (1949), an abstract film-poem dedicated to Arthur Honegger and the train of the title.

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Available on VHS
Running time 25 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Film--Avant-Garde
Director
David Lynch, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Mitry
Producer
Various producers

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