<i>Entr’acte</i>. 1924. France. Directed by René Clair
  • Entr’acte

    1924. France. René Clair. 22 min.

  • Joys Of Waiting for the Broadway Bus 1

    2013. USA. Ken Jacobs. 40 min.

Thursday, May 2, 2013, 7:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2

  • Entr’acte

    1924. France. Directed by René Clair. “My first avant-garde film, the eye-opener that decided everything. Then MoMA played À nous la liberté just to make sure. It made perfect sense, and so another Lefty emerged on Rockefeller property.” 22 min.

  • Joys Of Waiting for the Broadway Bus 1

    2013. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs. With technical assistance by Nisi Jacobs. Part one of four. “Joys…began on the corner of Broadway and Spring but it was the next night waiting on Bleecker that it was understood a movie of sorts was underway, depicting a general waiting for the bus rather than one specific evening. Since acquiring a small 3-D camera I dawdle everywhere but prolonged bus-waits allow for a continuity of images, thus a movie. Computer-editing with Nisi Jacobs allowed further investigation, this time into digital 3-D itself.” In 3-D. 40 min.

In the Film exhibition Carte Blanche: Ken Jacobs

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