Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: Stan Brakhage on Ken Jacobs, Hollis Frampton, and Jack Smith

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narv_L50-19Lecture5-1-72JacobsFramptonBrakhage
Title: 
Stan Brakhage on Ken Jacobs, Hollis Frampton, and Jack Smith
Description: 
Stan Brakhage mentions the Roslyn Art Festival and the independent film artists that will be present. He mentions Jerome Hill's 'Film Portrait' as "the first autobiographical film." Brakhage describes his own film 'Scenes from Under Childhood' as a portrayal of a child's view of the world. Brakhage gives a biography of Ken Jacobs. He tells a story about the photographer Weegee. Brakhage analyzes Hollis Frampton's film 'Critical Mass.' Brakhage describes Jacob's disdain for the "art crowd" and tells a story about it. He gives a brief biography of Jack Smith and describes how he met Jacobs.
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Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Stan Brakhage begins 07:23 Brakhage ends 07:24 Questions from the audience begin 18:41 Questions from the audience end 18:42 Brakhage begins 55:24 Brakhage ends 55:25 Questions from the audience begin 1:03:52 Questions from the audience end 1:30:53 Brakhage begins 1:35:44 End
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SegmentSequence
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Course title: Comedy/Tragi-comedy in the Film - The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Venue
Subject: 
Frampton, Hollis, 1936-1984
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Autobiographical films
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Scenes from under childhood (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Weegee, 1899-1968
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Critical mass (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Brakhage, Stan
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Jacobs, Ken, 1933-
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Smith, Jack, 1932-1989
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Hill, Jerome, 1905-1972
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Film Portrait (Motion picture)
Source: 
narv_L50-19Lecture5-1-72JacobsFramptonBrakhage
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Date: 
5/1/1972
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English