Films Selected by James Welling
Avant-garde filmmaker Hollis Frampton’s Zorn's Lemma (1970) was hailed as “a major poetic work” by 1970s structuralist filmmaker Ernie Gehr.
July ’71 in San Francisco, Living at Beach Street, Working at Canyon Cinema, Swimming in the Valley of the Moon
Peter Hutton’s July ’71 in San Francisco, Living at Beach Street, Working at Canyon Cinema, Swimming in the Valley of the Moon (1971) is a diary of free-spirited communal living and moment-by-moment observations of fleeting pleasures. (Total run time: 100 min.)
In conjunction with James Welling: Monograph.
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