Avant-Garde: Experimental Cinema of the 1920s and 30s

Culled from the collection of noted movie archivist Raymond Rohauer, this two-disc set features more than 20 artistically diverse experimental short films from the U.S. and Europe. "Anemic Cinema" (1926) by Marcel Duchamp; Man Ray's "Emak-Bakia" (1926) and "L'Etoile de Mer" (1928); Robert Florey and Slavko Vorkapich's "The Life and Death of 9413, A Hollywood Extra" (1928); "The Hearts of Age" (1934) from Orson Welles and William Vance; and Jean Painleve's "Le Vampire" (1939) are among the featured works.

Year: 2005
Genre: Art House Cinema, Silent Films, Short Film Festival, Avant-garde / Experimental, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Duration: 360 Minutes
Rating: M
Location in store: Short Film Festival



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