1963 was a pivotal year in the history of avant-garde film in the United States. In Visionary Film, P. Adams Sitney calls it “the high point of the mythopoeic development within the American avant-garde.” He explains: [Stan] Brakhage had finished and was exhibiting the first two sections of Dog Star Man by then; Jack Smith… Read More…
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From the Austin Daily Texan, September 22, 1966 Film-Makers’ Co-Op Shows ‘The Wild One’ The Gulf Coast Film-Makers’ Co-Op, an off campus student organization, will inaugurate its Film Factory at 8 p.m., Friday. Founded to encourage student film-making, Film-Makers’ Co-Op is a result of interest among university students for a place to show and make… Read More…
The 51st annual Ann Arbor Film Festival features films by Kevin Jerome Everson, Penny Lane, Lynne Sachs, Kent Lambert, Jodie Mack, Jack Smith and tons more.
On Feb. 11, 2012, the Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn, New York screened long lost films by iconic and hugely influential underground filmmaker Jack Smith was screened.
Feb. 11: To celebrate the opening of an exhibit celebrating 50 years of the Film-makers’ Coop, come see some rare Jack Smith films.
Jack Smith’s Flaming Creatures features very innocent groping and nudity, but was one of the most notorious films of the early ’60s.
Some really excellent documentaries have been made about underground filmmakers, both old and new. These 7 are easily caught on DVD.
Look at some fantastic underground film posters and newspaper ads scanned from Jonas Mekas’ seminal book Movie Journal.
Actress Judith Malina recalls appearing in Jack Smith’s underground film Flaming Creatures in this audio interview conducted by Alex Goldblum.
The Re-Death Of Psychedelia is a DVD compilation of the L.A. public access show The Threee Geniuses and it will blow your mind, man!