Crocus

(Suzan Pitt, 1971, 7 min)

A sexual fantasy in a family setting, Crocus was animated with paper cut-outs and shot with a Bolex on the floor of the artist’s bedroom.  The film was included in the first ever Women’s Film Festival in New York  in 1972. The original artwork is in the permanent collection of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.  The soundtrack is created by the artist, her husband Al Kraning, and her son age 2 Blue Kraning.

Filmmaker in Attendance, 16mm


Directed by Suzan Pitt


Showing:

Saturday, March 23 7:00pm

Suzan Pitt Retrospective Program 2

Presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and Stamps School of Art & Design Roman J. Witt Artist Residency Program The second of two programs celebrating four decades

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)