Eve Heller studied under Brakhage and talks about her experience with him somewhere between admiration, inspiration and necessary emancipation.
Taking our retrospective of the films of Mario Monicelli as a starting point, Christoph Huber and Patrick Holzapfel discuss the neglected history of assistant directors in cinema.
Detroit-based painter Lizzie Borden discovered alternative approaches to cinema in the early 1970s, making her self-taught debut with the (long considered lost) women’s group film essay Regrouping (1976). The anarchic future vision Born in Flames (1983) made her an icon…
Some quotes of “The Magic Lantern” by Ingmar Bergman. About dreams, nightmares, memories and cinema. Our current retrospective runs until to February 8, 2018.