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Prelude: Dog Star Man


Stan Brakhage, Jane Brakhage View All


Stan Brakhage (Director) View All

Release: Apr. 15th, 1962
Runtime: 25 minutes
A creation myth realized in light, patterns, images superimposed, rapid cutting, and silence. A black screen, then streaks of light, then an explosion of color and squiggles and happenstance. Next, images of small circles emerge then of the Sun. Images of our Earth appear, woods, a part of a body, a nude woman perhaps giving birth. Imagery evokes movement across time. Part of the Dog Star Man series of experimental films.
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Dog Star Man
Its a film which expands my vision and propels me to create and live..