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Stan Brakhage on Akira Kurosawa - Part 1
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Stan Brakhage on Akira ...
1975-03-17
Brakhage, Stan
 
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narv_4th35Lecture3-17-75KurosawaSevenSamurai1.mp3
Title
Stan Brakhage on Akira Kurosawa - Part 1
Date
1975-03-17
Creator
Brakhage, Stan
Continues 'Stan Brakhage lecture on art and filmmaking , Part 1.' Brakhage talks about the cost of printing, renting, and buying his films. Then he expounds on how art should be viewed. He talks about French painters and the place of beauty in art. Brakhage looks at the women's movement and women artists, in particular. A discussion about gender differences ensues. His film 'Sexual meditations #1 motel' is shown. Brakhage explains why he's abandoning sound film and painting on film and talks about the difficulty of artists collaborating with other artist and art forms. He answers questions about Andy Warhol. Brakhage talks about his role as a speaker, an artist, and what his films can provide. He elaborates on great works of art and answers questions about the screened film. Note ; Inconsistent volume levels during the first half of the recording.Continued on 'Stan Brakhage lecture on art and filmmaking, Part 3.'
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Undated
Brakhage, Stan
 
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narv_brak_lecture_nov18thEvening.mp3
Title
Continues 'Stan Brakhage lecture on art and filmmaking , Part 1.' Brakhage talks about the cost of printing, renting, and buying his films. Then he expounds on how art should be viewed. He talks about French painters and the place of beauty in art. Brakhage looks at the women's movement and women artists, in particular. A discussion about gender differences ensues. His film 'Sexual meditations #1 motel' is shown. Brakhage explains why he's abandoning sound film and painting on film and talks about the difficulty of artists collaborating with other artist and art forms. He answers questions about Andy Warhol. Brakhage talks about his role as a speaker, an artist, and what his films can provide. He elaborates on great works of art and answers questions about the screened film. Note ; Inconsistent volume levels during the first half of the recording.Continued on 'Stan Brakhage lecture on art and filmmaking, Part 3.'
Date
Undated
Creator
Brakhage, Stan
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