Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: Stan Brakhage on Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and James Broughton

Identifier: 
narv_4th39Lecture12-1-75KeatonBroughton
Title: 
Stan Brakhage on Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and James Broughton
Description: 
Stan Brakhage describes Charlie Chaplin's 'The Gold Rush' as the Mona Lisa of film. He summarizes the plot of Buster Keaton's film 'One Week.' Brakhage notes the relationship between laughter and rage. He talk about the care of babies. Brakhage gives a brief biography of Keaton. Brakhage tells some personal stories with James Broughton and also gives his opinion of Broughton's film 'Nuptiae.' He analyzes Keaton's film 'The Boat' and continues his biography of Keaton. Brakhage analyzes Broughton's film 'The Bed' and Keaton's film 'My Wife's Relations.'
Description Type: 
Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Stan Brakhage begins 1:17:57 End
Description Type: 
SegmentSequence
Description: 
Course title: History of Film: "I as Eye" (Film and First Person Singular) - The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Description Type: 
Venue
Subject: 
Chaplin, Charlie, 1889-1977
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
The boat (Motion picture)
Subject: 
My wife's relations (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Keaton, Buster, 1895-1966
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Silent films -- United States
Subject: 
Broughton, James, 1913-1999
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
The bed (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Gold rush (Motion picture : 1925)
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
One week (Motion picture : 1920)
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Nuptiae (Motion picture)
Source: 
narv_4th39Lecture12-1-75KeatonBroughton
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Date: 
12/1/1975
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English