Jonas Mekas talks on Cinema

“Avant-garde cinema pioneer Jonas Mekas joins us for one of the Free Talks, which are sponsored by HBO.

Jonas Mekas is a name synonymous with alternative film culture in New York City. In addition to his prolific work as a director, Mekas has also been an integral figure in the exhibition and promotion of experimental film. He founded “Film Culture” magazine in 1954, the “Film-Makers Cooperative” in 1962, and the “Filmmakers Cinematheque” in 1964, which went on to become Anthology Film Archives. Two of his pivotal works, LOST LOST LOST and WALDEN were recently released on Blu-ray by Kino Lorber.”

“Evening with Jonas Mekas was moderated by programmer Dan Sullivan.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.


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