Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: Stan Brakhage on the human brain and avant-garde artists - Part 2

Identifier: 
narv_4th5Lecture1-13-75End
Title: 
Stan Brakhage on the human brain and avant-garde artists - Part 2
Description: 
Continues 'Stan Brakhage on the human brain and avant-garde artists - Part 1.' Stan Brakhage continues his metaphor for avant-garde artists and prehistoric cave painters. He describes the making of 'The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.' Brakhage notes that this film was the inspiration for a film by James Sibley Watson and Melville Webber: 'The Fall of the House of Usher.' He provides a metaphor that describes how and why Herman Weinberg made 'Autumn Fire.' Brakhage tells a personal story about how he got into filmmaking. He gives his opinion of Marcel Duchamp and describes Duchamp's film 'Anemic Cinema.'
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Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Stan Brakhage begins 37:45 Brakhage ends 37:54 Questions from the audience begin 52:29 End
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SegmentSequence
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Course title: History of Film: Sex/Death, Eisenstein, Etcetera) - The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Venue
Subject: 
Artists
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Subject: 
Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968
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naf
Subject: 
Anemic cinema (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Avant-garde (Aesthetics)
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. Fall of the house of Usher
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lcsh
Subject: 
Filmmaking (Motion pictures)
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Brakhage, Stan
Subject: 
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Motion picture)
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lcsh
Subject: 
Weinberg, Herman G
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naf
Subject: 
Autumn fire (Motion picture)
Source: 
narv_4th5Lecture1-13-75End
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Date: 
1/13/1975
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English