Part one of a two-part compilation of videos created by legendary art collective the Residents. From Third Reich ’n Roll (1976) to Dyin’ Dog (2019), this program charts the evolution of “the most mysterious band in the world,” including their notable collaborations with video artists John Sanborn and Bill Domonkos. Program approx. 60 min.
The Third Reich ’N Roll. USA. Directed by the Residents. 4:15 min.
Constantinople. 1978/2000. USA. Directed by the Residents. 2:25 min.
One Minute Movies. 1980. USA. Directed by the Residents, Graeme Whifler. “Moisture,” “The Act of Being Polite,” “Perfect Love,” “The Simple Song.” 4:34 min.
Songs for Swinging Larvae. 1981. USA. Directed by Graeme Whifler. 5:33 min.
This Is a Man’s Man’s Man’s World. 1984. USA. Directed by the Residents, Jon McQuillin. 3:53 min.
Jelly Jack, the Boneless Boy. 1990/1993. USA. Directed by Jim Ludtke. 4:22 min.
Harry the Head. 1991. USA. Directed by Jim Ludtke. 2:59 min.
Kick a Picnic. 1992/2000. USA. Directed by Bill Domonkos. 2:34 min.
Where Is She? 1986/1992. USA. Directed by the Residents. 4:27 min.
Burn Baby Burn. 2000. USA. Directed by The Residents. 3:29 min.
Vileness Fats [excerpt]. 1972/2000. USA. Directed by the Residents. 17:38 min.