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Philip Glass and Bill Morrison



David Weinstein hosts a discussion with Film Co-op Executive Director MM
Serra, composer Philip Glass and
filmmaker Bill Morrison about the task of
film preservation, archiving the avant garde, and the unique relation of music
to film.



Film-Makers' Cooperative is
the largest archive and distributor of independent and avant-garde films in the
world. Created in 1962 by Jonas Mekas and colleagues, the Co-op continues to be
run by artists. It has more than 5,000 films and videotapes in its collection.
 

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The Film-Makers' Cooperative series of radio conversations with filmmakers, musicians, writers, critics, and cinephiles provides a platform for active members of the community to express their views and visions on the past, present, and future of experimental and underground cinema. The series delivers a kaleidoscopic overview of auteurs both American and international, who are involved with cinema not for any personal or financial gain, but from a passion for the art of the moving image. Interviews highlight major figures in the history of underground cinema, as well as a driving forces in its current moment.
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