23 April 2012 9:09 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Frederick Wiseman: 300 Million Milliseconds is an on-going series by Craig Keller exploring in chronological order of release the complete body of work of the great American documentary filmmaker.

The first entry in the series, "Ghost Meets the Man: Frederick Wiseman's 'Titicut Follies' (1967)" can be accessed here.

Philadelphia's Northeast High School is the setting for Frederick Wiseman's 1968 film High School. The movie consists of a series of enchainings that guide the viewer from one classroom, office, or assembly facility to the next, suggesting something in their contiguity of the period structure of the typical American public school from 8 to 3. Wiseman assembles his filmic Everyday from material shot across an unspecified stretch; the result is a compression, conflation, of several sessions; the implication, that such an interchangable, programmatic Ennui of Days mirrors the similar quality of the term shared by the young people enrolled in the American »

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