Masterworks of American Avant-garde Experimental Film - The 1970s

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Love It/Leave It
16mm 1.37:1 color sound, 14:07 minutes; music by Ray Whilding White; preserved by Chicago Filmmakers at Cineric, Inc. from camera originals and magnetic soundtrack with funding provided by National Film…
DL2 (Disintegration Line #2)
16mm 1.37:1 color sound, 11:46 minutes; music Bumblebees Sip Honey by Peliatan Gamelan; mastered from a composite print; courtesy of the filmmaker, Chicago Film Archives. DL2 reflects the influence of…
Transport
16mm 1.37:1 color sound, 5:43 minutes; camera Sandy D'Annunzio; music Indiran; with Lee Vogt, Amy Greenfield, Chuck Williams, Steven Holly, Joel Polinsky, Don Young, Tom Vint; preserved by Amy Greenfield…

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