USA, 1966, 8 minutes
Colour, Silent, 16mm
'A perfect tone poem of a film - within its short time limit, it contains much of the beauty of night and the sensuality of woman, my woman, any woman - perhaps even 'The' woman one sometimes sees dancing in the night, but never touches in the flesh. Dreamlike, beautiful - its brevity compacts its power and renders it haunting.' - William R. Trotter, novelist.
'Georgia is a good example of a new genre of film that has developed lately, and that is, a portrait film. In some cases, like the case of Georgia, the portrait becomes completely personalised, poetically transposed, it may not be as multi-faced as, say, Brakhage's portrait of McClure, but an inspired portrait, nevertheless, in the vein of the single-minded love poem.' - Jonas Mekas.