Wednesday, Jan. 9th 7:30pm,
@ The Film-makers’ Co-op
475 Park Ave South, 6th Fl, NY NY 10016
“A further exploration into the color of ritual, the color of thought; a journey through the underworld of sensory derangement.”–S.D.H.
An evening of short films by Storm De Hirsch presented by Millennium and the Film-makers’ Co-op.
De Hirsch used homespun effects that included hand-painting, emulsion-scratching and kaleidoscopic lenses to create unique poetic abstractions that she likened to prehistoric hieroglyphs. She was a published poet, feminist and a student of eastern religion; concerns which inform her films. A visionary filmmaker and important figure in the 60s underground, her films deserve a wider audience.
Third Eye Butterfly (1968) 16mm double projection, color, 10 min
Journey Around A Zero (1963) 16mm, black and white, 3 min
Divinations (1964) 16mm, color, 5.5 min
Trap Dance (1968) 16mm, black and white, 1.5 min
Peyote Queen (1965) 16mm, color, 9 min
Sing Lotus (1966) 16mm, color, 14 min
The Tattooed Man (1969) 16mm, color, 35 min
Suggested Donation $10