Randy Riddle wrote:
>One of the most interesting examples I've seen of an attempt at
>something like this was a short one hour 16mm film called "The Brig"
>from the early/mid 60's.
"The Brig" was made by Jonas Mekas in 1964. His other experimental films
are quite different from "The Brig," but worthwhile checking out -- they
are often described as "film diaries" (such as e.g. "He Stands in a Desert
Counting the Seconds of His Life" (1985)). I believe the Filmmakers Co-op
in New York has his works in distribution, if you're interested in finding
out more about Mekas' work.
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