Luther Price is an American experimental filmmaker who specializes in shooting short films on Super 8 film. His films are frequently of a disturbing nature and feature himself as bizarre characters, such as clowns and drag queens. He currently teaches film at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Watch Streaming Films By Luther Price:
Erruption Errection (1994)
Jellyfish Sandwich by Luther Price (1994)
Run by Luther Price (1994)
Bottle Can by Luther Price (1993)
Clown by Luther Price (1991)
This year’s student-run Milwaukee Underground Film Festival will screen on May 1-4 at various locations on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus and off-campus at the Microlights Cinema. Once again, the festival will feature eclectic and amazing avant-garde and experimental short films in video, 16mm and 8mm formats. The fest opens on May 1 with a… Read More…
The 52nd annual Ann Arbor Film Festival will screen Brett Kashmere’s From Deep, Ben Russell and Ben Rivers’ A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness and loads more.
The 24th annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival gave out awards to filmmakers Luther Price, Stephanie Barber, Pat O’Neill, plus gave out several honorable mentions.
The 24th annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival is screening Lewis Klahr’s The Pettifogger, plus films by Jesse McLean, Clint Enns, Ken Jacobs and more.
Sep. 17: Luther Price will be in attendance at this special screening of mostly new films, including several Chicago and World Premieres.
The 23rd annual Onion City festival will screen a new feature by James Fotopoulos, plus films by the Brothers Quay, Paul Clipson and more.
Luther Price directs himself as a freakish, drooling, snorting clown in this cold, desolate little short film shot beautifully in Super 8.
Underground film screening series Light Industry is hosting a special curated event in honor of the late Bruce Conner, plus several more special events.
The last ever New York Underground Film Festival is screening films by James Fotopoulos, Jeff Krulik, Jim Finn, Martha Colburn, Josh Koury and more.
Here is the underground film lineup for Cinematexas as curated by Ed Halter, which features work by Stephanie Barber, Mary Ellen Bute, Nida Sinnokot and more.