Most Popular Titles With Peter Kubelka
2. Birth of a Nation (1997)
85 min | Documentary
Mekas leads an archival avant-garde, a fast-paced parade of 160 underground film people he captured on film over four decades, described as, "160 portraits or rather appearances, sketches ... See full summary »
3. Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania (1972)
88 min | Documentary
A film diary divided into three episodes. The first part reflects Jonas Mekas of his time as emigrant in 50th century New York, after leaving the home country of Lithuania. The second part ... See full summary »
4. Exprmntl (2016)
65 min | Documentary, History
Knokke, Belgium. A small mundane coastal town hosts the world's first festival dedicated to avant-garde cinema: EXPRMNTL. The festival knew only five editions but those five editions soon became legendary.
Not Rated | 80 min | Documentary, Biography
What is experimental film, and why is it called that? Artists and poet working in celluloid since before WWI have always found themselves in a no man's land. Excluded both from the art ... See full summary »
11. Jonas at the Ocean (2002)
93 min | Documentary
Peter Sempel's second study of the legendary image impresario, film-maker Jonas Mekas. Images, interviews, readings and, most notably, generous excerpts from JM's own atmospheric archive.
15. Jonas in the Desert (1994)
130 min | Documentary
Not a documentary in the strictest sense of the word. Rather, it is a journey through the world of the artist Jonas Mekas - one of the exponents of independent U.S. movies; founder and director of the New York Anthology Film Archive.