Dislocation in time, time signatures, time as a philosophical concept, and slavery to time are some of the themes touched upon in this nine-minute, experimental film, which was written, directed, and produced by Jim Henson-and starred Jim Henson! Screened for the first time at the Museum of Modern Art in May of 1965, Time Piece enjoyed an eighteen-month run at one Manhattan movie theater and was nominated for an Academy Award for outstanding short subject.
Did You Know?
One of Jim Henson's daughters portrayed the toddler seen running around during the stripper montage. See more
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Allthough originally shot in color, most versions circulated are in Black and White. Just as The Cube (1969). See more