Kino Da!

Filmed in "sync sound" on a spring-wound Bolex (with audio recorded on a consumer cassette player), a "zaumist" portrait of North Beach (San Francisco) Communist cafe poet and gentle comrade Jack Hirschman, editor of "The Artaud Anthology" (City Lights); an homage to the power of early Soviet films even as viewed on bad 16mm copies.

(Henry Hills)

Orig. Title
Kino Da!
Year
1981
Country
USA
Duration
2 min
Director
Henry Hills
Category
experimental
Orig. Language
not specified
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Kino Da! (Image)
Credits
Director
Henry Hills
Concept & Realization
Henry Hills
Available Formats
16 mm (Distribution Copy)
Aspect Ratio
1:1,37
Sound Format
sound
Frame Rate
24 fps
Color Format
b/w