Each hour-long session will bring together major works from the rich collection of Light Cone, a French organization dedicated to the diffusion and conservation of experimental cinema, and contemporary productions from local and international artists.
Avant-Garde from the 1920s and 30s
RHYTHMUS 21 by Hans RICHTER (Germany) 1921-1923 / 16 mm / n&b / sil / 3' 19
SYMPHONIE DIAGONALE by Viking EGGELING (Germany) 1923-1924 / 16 mm / n&b / sil / 6' 40
LICHTSPIEL OPUS I by Walther RUTTMANN (Germany) 1921 / 16mm / coul / sound / 11'
ANÉMIC CINÉMA by Marcel DUCHAMP (France) 1925-1926 / 16 mm / n&b / sound / 7' 05
DISQUE 957 by Germaine DULAC (France) 1928 / 16 mm or DVD / n&b / sil / 6' 00
KREISE by Oskar FISCHINGER (Germany) 1933-1934 / 16 mm / coul / sound / 2' 00
RHYTHM IN LIGHT by Mary Ellen BUTE (USA) 1934 / video / n&b / sound / 5' 00
KOMPOSITION IN BLAU by Oskar FISCHINGER (Germany) 1935 / 16 mm / coul / sound / 4' 00
COLOUR BOX by Len LYE (UK) 1935 / 16mm / coul / sound / 4'
ALLEGRETTO by Oskar FISCHINGER (Germany) 1936-1943 / 16 mm / coul / sound / 2' 30
TARANTELLA by BUTE Mary Ellen & NEMETH Ted (USA) 1940 / video / coul / sound / 4' 51
This series of monthly screenings is coordinated by Light Cone and the school of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) at UT Dallas with the support of the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Houston.