In 1997, the Chicago Underground Film Festival held its fourth annual edition and published a four-page pull-out section in the Chicago-based political magazine Lumpen.
The 7th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image presents a four-part study of Beat cinema by Jack Sargeant, a moveable microcinema curated by Solomon Nagler, plus films by Clint Enns and much more.
The 16th annual Bradford International Film Festival is showing a ton of really cool underground films, including the new film by Peter Whitehead.
The Bradford International Film Festival is holding a retrospective of films by radical ’60s filmmaker Peter Whitehead, including Wholly Communion and The Fall.
Naked Lens, Jack Sargeant’s take on how the Beat literary movement influenced underground film, happily veers off the well-trodden film history path.
The Lausanne Underground Film Festival is screening films by Alison Murray, Brian Lonano, Craig Baldwin, Jonas Mekas, Peter Whitehead, Richard Kern and more.
By Any Old Light, co-directed by Dionysos Andronis and Ca Ca Ca, documents the meeting of filmmakers Peter Whitehead and Aryan Kaganof.