The 11th Boston Underground features Craig Baldwin’s Mock Up on Mu, Brian Lonano’s Attackazoids!, The Man Who Would Be Polka King, Bally-Master and more.
Aleister Crowley’s two most famous filmmaking “disciples” are underground legends Kenneth Anger and Harry Smith, but don’t count out Raymond Salvatore Harmon.
The Los Angeles Filmforum is sponsoring their first Festival of (In)Appropriation full of found image films and they’re looking for submissions.
Notable underground film events of 1978 were the beginning of the No Wave movement, Amos Poe directing The Foreigner and the launch of Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party.
Craig Baldwin’s brilliant and dizzingly dense collage narrative Mock Up on Mu is screening all this week at the Anthology Film Archives in NYC.
Nothing else this year could compare to the sheer anarchic joy of Altamont Now by Joshua von Brown, a relentlessly punk rockin’ good time.
The 15th Chicago Underground Film Festival is screening Craig Baldwin’s Mock Up on Mu, plus films by Lisa Barcy, Usama Alshaibi, Josh Koury and more.
The Lausanne Underground Film Festival is screening films by Alison Murray, Brian Lonano, Craig Baldwin, Jonas Mekas, Peter Whitehead, Richard Kern and more.
Underground film screening series Light Industry is hosting a special curated event in honor of the late Bruce Conner, plus several more special events.
Mock Up on Mu is the brilliant collage narrative from Craig Baldwin about the relationship between rivals L. Ron Hubbard and Jack Parsons.