Maya Deren: Experimental Films

The highly personal, innovatively told works of this seminal American avant-garde filmmaker have never failed to fascinate, and are now collected on one disc: "Meshes of the Afternoon" (1943), which is her most famous work, "At Land" (1944), "A Study in Choreography for Camera" (1945), "Ritual in Transfigured Time" (1945), "Meditation on Violence" (1948), and "The Very Eye of Night" (1952).

Year: 1943
Genre: Short Film Festival, Avant-garde / Experimental
Country: USA
Director: Maya Deren
Starring: Maya Deren
Duration: 76 Minutes
Rating: M
Location in store: Short Film Festival



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