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  Filmmakers (1969)

Other(s) author(s) : Iimura, Takahiko, [zuzendari]Language : EnglishUniform titles : Filmmakers.[Tokyo] : Takahiko iimura Media Art Laboratory, copyright 20051 disko (DVD) (28 minutu) : soinua, kolorezIrudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaISBN : 978-4-9011811-23-5.Vanderbeek, Stan (1927-1984) | Iimura, Takahiko (1937- ) | Smith, Jack (1932-1989) | Motion pictures -- Directors | Warhol, Andy (1928-1987) | Brakhage, Stan (1933-2003) | Jonas Mekas (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en) | Stan Brakhage (Wikipedia en) | Jack Smith (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en) | Andy Warhol (Wikipedia eu) | (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en) | Takahiko iimura (Wikipedia en) | Filmmakers (IMDb) | Abstract | Full film
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Eduki gehiagarriak: filmografia; biografia.

Partehartzaileak: Stan Brakhage, Stan Vanderbeek, Jack Smith, Jonas Mekas, Andy Warhol, Takahiko Iimura.

During the 1960s, some legendary artists began to explore the method, unique among the arts, by which film combined sound with moving images. Their goal was to move film away from simply being a storytelling medium toward more ambiguous art forms, such as sculpture and painting. The most famous of these artists was Andy Warhol, with Stan Brakhage, Stan Vanderbeek, Jack Smith, Jonas Mekas, Bruce Connor and Takahiko Iimura also being noteworthy.
"Filmmakers" (1969). In this film, Iimura creates a short self-portrait as well as brief portraits of five of his peers: Brakhage, Vanderbeek, Smith, Mekas and Warhol. In each portrait, Iimura attempts to copy the styles and traits of each artist (Vanderbeek's constantly moving camera; Mekas' experiments with film speed; Warhol's use of flashes of white against a black background), while briefly commenting on the images being shown. The film serves effectively as an introduction to the film styles of these artists.

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