Program for a 1965 Screening of Films at the Film-Makers' Cinematheque, Featuring the Likely Premiere of Space. Andy Warhol.

Program for a 1965 Screening of Films at the Film-Makers' Cinematheque, Featuring the Likely Premiere of Space

New York: Film-makers' Cinematheque, [1965]. 8 1/2 x 11" flyer, mimeographed from typescript.

A remarkable program for a legendary weekend of screenings at the Film-Makers' Cinematheque. The friday screenings focused on new work, including what was likely the premier of Andy Warhol's film Space - an unusual film in his oeuvre, in which the camera moved around actors who stayed in place. Also, the great Storm De Hirsch with Peyote Queen and Jonas in the Brig, David Bienstock with Nothing Happened this Morning, Louise Brigate and Burning Loops, and Bill Vehr and Spanish Lady, Beauty Environment.

Tht's only Friday - the weekend whuld showcase the world premier of George Kuchar's Corruption of the Damned, and Mike Kuchar's Green Desire, along with a trailer for "Going Attractions."

On Monday, ind down with Hollywood Cartoons, for members only of course...

Two old fold lines and some additional handling creases, else clean and very good. Item #29131

Price: $200.00

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