A LIGHTPLAY: BLACK WHITE GRAY
Moholy-Nagy worked with architect Stefan Sebok and technician Otto Ball to realize his vision for Light Prop for an Electric Stage, also known as the Light Space Modulator, the sculpture featured in this film...LEARN MORE.
AFTER THE REVOLUTION
In this highly experimental interpretation of life in post-communist Hungary, a writer lives a meager existence with his cat as he struggles to complete a novel. The kitty has a peculiar relationship...LEARN MORE.
BASIS OF MAKE-UP I-III
Explore the mindset and artistic vision of iconoclastic filmmaker Heinz Emigholz, who is the originator of "Architecture as Autobiography," a series of documentaries on unique...LEARN MORE.
BILLY NAYER SHOW: EARLY YEARS
The Billy Nayer Show celebrates over a decade of independence in music and film with this wide-ranging collection. From stream of consciousness musicals to animated obsessions...LEARN MORE.
DO NOT DISTURB
Moholy-Nagy directed this film with a group of his hipster students at the Institute of Design in Chicago, influenced by industrial design and advertising. A noir-ish atmosphere permeates the stylishly abstract...LEARN MORE.
FILMS OF JAMES BROUGHTON
Spanning a decades-long artistic career, the collected films of James Broughton represent a remarkable body of work by a leading avant-garde American filmmaker--an undisputed...LEARN MORE.
FORMATIVE YEARS (II): HOTEL / DEMON
The Formative Years II presents more experimental films by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Heinz Emigholz (Schindler's Houses). Hotel and Demon are two films that explore the nature...LEARN MORE.
Like Italian neorealism before and the French New Wave after, the British Free Cinema movement of the 1950s was dedicated to the belief that film should be a tool for personal expression...LEARN MORE.
LAWRENCE JORDAN ALBUM, THE
An extensive collection of works from acclaimed American animator and experimental filmmaker Larry Jordan. Spanning five decades, the range of films included here shows Jordan...LEARN MORE.
Neither documentary nor fiction, this provocative film essay by architect-turned-filmmaker Patrick Keiller is a unique kind of travelogue. The film chronicles a year in the life of England's...LEARN MORE.
ROBINSON IN SPACE
Architect-turned-filmmaker Patrick Keiller expands and inventively redefines the documentary format in this unique "travelogue" of England. Using immaculately composed shots, he...LEARN MORE.
Heinz Emigholz, the premier purveyor of architectural oddities (D'Annunzio's Cave; Goff in the Desert), offers a stunning portrait of urban Los Angeles through the houses of Austrian...LEARN MORE.
Jill Godmilow (Far From Poland, Waiting for the Moon) in collaboration with Joanna Krakowska and Magda Mosiewicz pay homage to the original SCUM Manifesto, a French film made in...LEARN MORE.
Jan Nemec, a leading filmmaker of the Czech New Wave, creates an original portrait of one of the most provocative artists of the 20th century: Toyen (Marie Cerminova). As a female...LEARN MORE.