New York: Film-maker's Cinematheque, . 8 1/2 x 11" flyer, mimeographed from drawing and typescript.
The flyer for this one day screening of films by the Film-makers' Cinematheque at the Astor Place Playhouse, notable for including a rare showing of Jack Smith's early film Blonde Cobra, made in collaboration with Bob Fleischner and Ken Jacobs. Billed as A Program of Ken Jewishisms, other films included Lisa and Joey in Connecticut and The Death of P'Town.
The drawings on the flyer are attributed to K., perhaps done by Ken Jacobs himself?
A tattered copy, folded twice, with staining and a half page of ink notes on the verso in an unknown hand. Item #29130