Product Tag - avant-garde

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    Ikebana (1957)

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    Ikebana (1957)

    The history and art of ikebana, a centuries old Japanese art of flower arrangement and a look inside the Sogetsu School of Ikebana, where the director’s father Sofu Teshigahara worked as the grand master of the school.

    $25.00
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    Devil's Circuit (1988)

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    Devil’s Circuit (1988)

    A film in which the one 60-story skyscraper that soars in the spaces between roofs spins with incredible speed. I centered the circumference with its 400 or 500 meter radius on the skyscraper and divided it into 48 sections, then took photographs from those spots and shot the photographs frame by frame.

    $25.00
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    Pistol Opera (2001)

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    Pistol Opera (2001)

    As one of Suzuki’s last fims, it is related to his 1967 Branded to Kill, either as a remake or sequel. The plots of both films involve a third-ranked hit man deposing the top-ranked hit man to claim the top rank.

    $15.00
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    Swain (1950)

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    Swain (1950)

    Swain is inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Fanshawe, features a dreamlike narrative of a young man’s ritualized rejection of heterosexuality, as a mysterious woman in white gossamer pursues him through a ruined landscape.

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    Orchard Street (1955)

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    Orchard Street (1955)

    This short film documents the daily life of the goings-on on Orchard Street, a commercial street in the Lower East Side New York City.

    $25.00
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    Cosmic Ray (1962)

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    Cosmic Ray (1962)

    Experimental short uses Ray Charles’ “What’d I Say” as accompaniment to constantly shifting collage of female nude, cartoons, and newsreels of atomic bomb explosions.

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    Rape (1969)

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    Rape (1969)

    This film is from the point of view of a cameraman following a young woman through the streets of a city. He chases her down an alley and knocks her over, in a symbolic form of video assault. No dialogue.

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    New York Portrait, Chapter I (1979)

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    New York Portrait, Chapter I (1979)

    Avant garde short film

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    Venus in the Garden (2011)

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    Venus in the Garden (2011)

    Mid-summer heatwave. Nikos and Alain, two male prostitutes and a female pimp, Monica, get tangled in a peculiar relationship after meeting in a dark street called POUTANA. They fall in love, play with guns and talk about card games, money and theatre castings. Is this a game of role playing the three of them have invented to pass their time in a remote, empty summer house? Have they been reading Jean Genet? Whether a mirror image of the characters’ reality or an elliptic depiction of their distorted, dream-like perception of it, I Afroditi Stin Avli, by juxtaposing disparate literary and art references, leads its isolated characters towards dissolution. And yet, in its strange language, it presents this dissolution as a triumph.

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    The House That Eye Live In (2014)

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    The House That Eye Live In (2014)

    Migrating by sea from Holland as an eight-year-old, Dirk de Bruyn went on to be a doyen of Australian experimental cinema. But as this intimate film reveals, his work is suffused with the trauma of migration, and the struggle to recognise himself as a ‘new Australian’. In conversation with documentarian Steven McIntyre, Dirk guides us through more than 40 years of his filmmaking: the early years exploring technique and technology, a subsequent phase of unflinching self-examination brought on by upheaval and overseas travel, and more recent projects where he attempts a fusion of personal, cultural, and historical identity. What emerges is an inspiring, rugged, and at times poignant portrait of an artist committed to self-expression and self-discovery through the medium of film.

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    Madhouse Mitchel (2017)

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    Madhouse Mitchel (2017)

    Creeping from the halls of the maze brain, corruption and terror is woven by devils born from the denied errors of mankind.

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    PROTOTYPE (2017)

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    PROTOTYPE (2017)

    As a major storm strikes Texas in September 1900, a new and mysterious televisual device is built and tested. Filmed with two GoPros and a Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3.

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