Twelve (The First Three Parts…)

(Beth Block, 1977, 9 min)

Historic Film, Short Film

“The first three parts of a twelve-part film which explores the history of imagery.  The first part consists of hand-painted and scratched film, the second part incorporates the use of negative space and the third part uses elaborate optical printing techniques to incorporate photographic imagery into the increasingly complex images.” -Beth Block

16mm


Directed by Beth Block


Showing:

Wednesday, March 20 6:59pm

Psychedelic Visions And Expanded Consciousness Los Angeles in the ‘60s and ‘70s

Hyperkinetic experimental film and animation in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s both echoed and informed the volcanic psychedelia that defined this era. Presented by Adam Hyman, Executive Director of

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)