Jonas Mekas: Walden

Poet and hero of the American counter-culture, Jonas Mekas, born in Lithuania in 1922, invented the diary form of film-making. Walden, his first completed diary film, an epic portrait of the New York avant-garde art scene of the ’60s, is also a groundbreaking work of personal cinema.

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Ingo Petzke: Northern Lights

Particularly in the ’70s and early ’80s, Ingo Petzke was a force to reckon with. This was mostly due to his effervescent, encompassing activities in the arena of experimental film: writing and teaching, starting art house cinemas and even festivals, sitting on juries and boards, running CINE PRO – Germany’s only distribution company specialised in … Continue reading

OFF THE SHELF – Stocktake SALE

OFF THE SHELF Huge discounts and bargains until stock last! dance, visual arts, photography, design, fashion, theatre, philosophy, religion, literature, music, cinema and healing arts films. DVD AND VHS SALE from $10 while stocks last! See the full list of films here.