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Revisiting Brakhage 5: Vision and its Metaphors

In the final part of his writer-in-residence series, James Boaden examines the complexity of Brakhage's metaphors of vision

Posted on 23 Oct 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 4: Abstract Expressionism, Nature and the Radical Aspiration of Film

James Boaden on how Brakhage's films simultaneously draw on and exceed Abstract Expressionism

Posted on 10 Oct 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 3: Containing Carolee Schneemann

The second of writer-in-residence James Boaden's posts on Stan Brakhage looks at the feminist critiques of the filmmaker's work

Posted on 28 Sep 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 2: Barbara Hammer and the ‘Harpies’

James Boaden compares the role of Brakhage's wife in his own films to her portrayal by fellow filmmaker Barbara Hammer

Posted on 17 Sep 2013 / Carry on reading

Revisiting Brakhage 1: Ten Years After

James Boaden, our new writer in residence, begins a series of blogs examining the legacy of Stan Brakhage 10 years on from his death

Posted on 28 Aug 2013 / Carry on reading

Distribution and Promotion of Alternative Moving Image

Dan Kidner on the research project which investigates the history of alternative film and video distribution in the UK

Posted on 30 Jul 2013 / Carry on reading

Active Seeking: the Film & Video Distribution Database

Elinor Cleghorn considers the research potential of the Film and Video Distribution Database

Posted on 23 Jul 2013 / Carry on reading

Making the History of Promoting Artists’ Moving Image Visible

Julia Knight discusses the material on a unique resource that documents the rich history of promoting artists’ moving image in the UK

Posted on 22 Jul 2013 / Carry on reading

Universal Film: Peter Kubelka

LUX writer in residence Amy Budd on Peter Kulbelka

Posted on 14 Mar 2013 / Carry on reading

Malcolm Le Grice on the early landscape films of John Woodman

To mark the release of a new LUX DVD Malcolm Le Grice reappraises the early landscape films of John Woodman

Posted on 4 Mar 2013 / Carry on reading

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