New York: Film Culture, 1955. First edition. 4to, 33 pp, saddle-stapled wraps.
A rare early issue of the long-running publication, not just the most important film journal in America during the post-war period, but a periodical that would also incorporate related arts into it's scope, especially with those issues which were designed by artists associated with Fluxus, pop, and other avant-garde movements.
This issue includes the important Jonas Mekas article The Experimental Film in America, Hugh M. Flick's article A Wide Angle Look at Censorship", an article by Jackson Mac Low on Jean Epstein's Memorial Program, "Post-war Realism in France" by Lotte H. Eisner, and contributions by others, and on the cover, Gregory Peck in John Huston's Moby Dick.
A clean near fine copy with a couple light creases. Early issues of the periodical are scarce. Item #25998