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Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film ()


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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 world and from the film industry, they bodly created a... See more »

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Pip Chodorov ...
Self - Narrator
Ken Jacobs ...
Self - Filmmaker
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Self - Filmmaker (archiveFootage)
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Self - Filmmaker
Robert Breer ...
Self - Filmmaker
Peter Kubelka ...
Self - Filmmaker
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Self - Filmmaker
Stephan Chodorov ...
Self - Writer & Producer
Len Lye ...
Self - Filmmaker (archiveFootage)
Maurice Lemaître ...
Self - Filmmaker
M.M. Serra ...
Self - New York Filmmakers' Cooperative
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Self - Artist & Filmmaker
Nam June Paik ...
Self - Artist (archiveFootage)
Stan Vanderbeek ...
Self - Filmmaker (archiveFootage)
John Mhiripiri ...
Self - Anthology Film Archives
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Self - Artist & Filmmaker (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Pip Chodorov

Written by

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Lucy Allwood ... (co-writer) (as Lucy Allowood)
 
Lucy Allwood ... ()
 
Pip Chodorov ... (story)
 
Pip Chodorov ... (writer)
 
Pip Chodorov ... ()

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Ron Dyens ... producer
Aurélia Prévieu ... producer

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Black Lake
Slink Moss

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Pip Chodorov
Nicolas Rideau

Film Editing by

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Jackie Raynal ... (additional editing)
Nicolas Sarkissian

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Boubkar Benzabat ... assistant editor
Camille de Chenay ... apprentice editor
Leili Gueranfar ... assistant editor
Yov Moor ... colorist
Ioana Sincu ... assistant editor

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Guilaine Bergeret ... production manager
Shanshan Huo ... production trainee
Guénaelle Marquis ... production manager
Eric Michel ... production manager
Mathieu Staub ... production trainee
Carolina Suarez ... production trainee

Sound Department

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Romain de Gueltzl ... sound
Gautier Isern ... sound
Allison Jackson ... sound
Eric Lesachet ... sound mixer

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Marion Boutin ... first assistant camera
Tom Brener ... additional cinematography
Rachel Chodorov ... additional cinematography
Stephan Chodorov ... additional cinematography
Darcy Gentling ... additional cinematography
Alexander Hammid ... additional cinematography
Bob Hanson ... additional cinematography
Ken Jacobs ... additional cinematography
Reimar Kuntze ... additional cinematography
Charles I. Levine ... additional cinematography
Anne Maregiano ... additional cinematography
Rémi Mazet ... assistant camera (as Rémy Mazet)
Jonas Mekas ... additional cinematography
Ville Piippo ... additional cinematography
Mary Beth Reed ... additional cinematography
Nicolas Rey ... additional cinematography
James Smith ... assistant camera
Ralph Soll ... additional cinematography
Cecile Starr ... additional cinematography

Music Department

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Pip Chodorov ... original music

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Martine Aboucaya ... thanks
Christophe Bichon ... thanks
Danièle Birge ... thanks
Marilyn Brakhage ... thanks
Sarah Darmon ... thanks
David Davidson ... thanks
Lara Davis ... thanks
Erik de Bourbon ... thanks
Nathaniel Dorsky ... thanks
Anita Draghici ... thanks
Catherine Goldstein ... thanks
Martha M. Green ... thanks
Leili Gueranfar ... thanks
Christiane Guymer ... thanks
Shirley Horrocks ... thanks
Flo Jacobs ... thanks
Cindy Keefer ... thanks
Sunah Kim ... thanks (as Sunah Kim Schultz)
Luc Lagier ... thanks
Andrew Lampert ... thanks
Dominik Lange ... thanks
Emmanuel Lefrant ... thanks
Anne Maregiano ... thanks
Mary Beth Reed ... thanks
Nicolas Rey ... thanks
Caitlin Rhodes ... thanks
Pierre Rissient ... thanks
Jack Rizzo ... thanks
P. Adams Sitney ... thanks
Emilija Skarnulyte ... thanks
Cecile Starr ... thanks
Kirk Stevens ... thanks
Julie Talen ... thanks
Anne-Claire Thiel ... thanks
Moira Tierney ... thanks
Muriel Tohmé ... thanks
Mark Toscano ... thanks
Johanna Vanderbeek ... thanks
Sara Vanderbeek ... thanks
Dennis Williams ... thanks

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Plot Summary

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 world and from the film industry, they bodly created a grassroots network for making and showing their films. They also created a profound body of work that continues to influence our culture. I wanted to share a few of the films I love and introduce you some of the free, radicals artists who made them. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Free Radicals
  • Wolne cząsteczki: Historia filmu eksperymentalnego (Poland)
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  • 80 min
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Budget EUR590,000 (estimated)

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