Film-Makers' Cooperative director and filmmaker MM Serra interviews the legendary American avant garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs. Ken Jacobs has been a central figure in experimental cinema since his beginnings in the 1960's through the present day. His films include Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son, Blonde Cobra, Perfect Film, and Star Spangled To Death. He is the founder of Millennium Film Workshop. He coined the term "paracinema," referring to cinematic experiences outside of the experiences provided by standard cinema technology. His Nervous System projections use multiple projectors and variable frame-rates to create a unique cinematic experience.
Originally aired 12/31/69
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