Filmmakers

(1969)
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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.

  1. Takahiko Iimura

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Stan Brakhage

    Stan Brakhage

    Himself

  2. Stan VanDerBeek

    Stan VanDerBeek

    Himself

  3. Jack Smith

    Jack Smith

    Himself

  4. Jonas Mekas

    Jonas Mekas

    Himself

  5. Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol

    Himself

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Filmmakers

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1969
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 30m

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