Detail View: Stan Brakhage Collection: Stan Brakhage lecture on Bruce Baillie - Part 1

Identifier: 
narv_#12Baillie5-12-75_1
Title: 
Stan Brakhage lecture on Bruce Baillie - Part 1
Description: 
Stan Brakhage explains why artists become "obnoxious." He addresses some concerns of the class and describes his teaching philosophy. Brakhage talks about the "horror of the 60s." He gives a biography of Bruce Baillie. He describes Custer's Last Stand and the treatment of Native Americans. Brakhage recalls a personal story about Baillie and then analyzes Baillie's films. Continued on 'Stan Brakhage lecture on Bruce Baillie - Part 2.'
Description Type: 
Abstract
Description: 
00:00 Stan Brakhage begins 36:45 Brakhage ends 36:56 Questions from the audience begin 40:06 Question from the audience end 40:07 Brakhage begins 1:02:09 End
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SegmentSequence
Description: 
Course title: History of Film: Sex/Death, Eisenstein, Etcetera, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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Venue
Subject: 
Brakhage, Stan
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Artists -- United States -- Attitudes
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Baillie, Bruce, 1931-
Subject Type: 
naf
Subject: 
Native Americans of North America
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Independent filmmakers -- United States
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Experimental films -- United States
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Motion Pictures -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Subject: 
Battle of the Little Bighorn (Motion picture)
Subject: 
Sixties (Twentieth century decade)
Subject Type: 
lcsh
Source: 
narv_#12Baillie5-12-75_1
Creator: 
Brakhage, Stan
Creator Type: 
naf
Rights: 
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Date: 
5/12/1975
Format Medium: 
audio/mp3
Language: 
English