Stan Brakhage is one of the most respected, and certainly the most prolific, of American filmmakers working in the genre known variously as avant-garde, experimental, or personal film. His influence on film makers and artists has been felt for almost forty years, and extends also from his teaching, writings, lectures, and collaborative projects.

This interview took place during the last week of January, 1987, in New York City, where Brakhage was presenting programs of new work at the Museum of Modern Art and at Millennium Film Workshop.



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