Stan Brakhage Movies List

Stan Brakhage
Stan Brakhage
14-01-1933
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
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Actor Stan Brakhage Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
Im Spiegel der Maya Deren
Artist: Stan Brakhage , Miriam Arsham , Chao Li Chi , Rita Christiani , Maya Deren
Director: Martina Kudlácek
Music Director: John Zorn , Carl Fuermann
Released Date: 24-01-2003
12 Rounds
12 Rounds ( English )
Artist: Brian Buzzini , Karen Finley , Jerry Stahl
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 01-01-2000
Brakhage
Brakhage ( English )
Artist: Stan Brakhage , Jerry Aronson , Marilyn Brakhage , Phil Solomon , James Tenney
Director: Jim Shedden , Luke Sneyd , Luke Sneyd
Music Director: James Tenney , Erich Fitz
Released Date: 17-09-1998
...Reel Five
...Reel Five ( English )
Director: Stan Brakhage
Music Director: James Tenney
Released Date: 01-01-1998
Cannibal! The Musical
Cannibal! The Musical ( English )
Artist: Trey Parker , Dian Bachar , Ian Hardin , Jon Hegel , Masao Maki
Director: Trey Parker
Music Director: Trey Parker , Rich Sanders
Released Date: 01-10-1993
I... Dreaming
I... Dreaming ( English )
Artist: Stan Brakhage
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 01-01-1988
Blue Moses
Blue Moses ( English )
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 31-12-1962
Dog Star Man: Part I
Dog Star Man: Part I ( English )
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 31-08-1961
Dog Star Man: Prelude
Dog Star Man: Prelude ( English )
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 07-02-1961
The Dead
The Dead ( English )
Artist: Kenneth Anger
Director: Stan Brakhage
Released Date: 31-12-1960
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies

Stan Brakhage Biography

Stan Brakhage is one of the most influential filmmakers in American avant-garde cinema, noted for his unflinching social commentaries and technical innovations. Over his nearly 40-year career, he has made over 200 films of varying length. He made his first film, Interim (1952) at age 18 after dropping out of college. Brakhage films seek to change the way we see. They encourage viewers to eschew traditional narrative structure in favor of pure visual perception that is not reliant on naming what is seen; rather his goal is to create a more visceral visual experience, for he believes that a "str

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