“I can’t stand to think about him waiting in the room and knowing he’s going to get it. It’s too damned awful.” “Well,” said George, “you’d better not think about it.”

August 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Legendary film critic Pauline Kael is captured here in conversation with filmmaker Stan Brakhage. While the tape is incomplete, we do hear Brakhage defend his practice, his epic film DOG STAR MAN, his influences, his search for ” a happening in structure”. Brakhage proudly declares: “I’m an amateur filmmaker, I make home movies.”  listen

MAP: Max Roberts after Harry Beck

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