A Line of Sight: American Avant-garde Film Since 1965
Arthur (English and film studies, Montclair State U.) balances close analysis of major and lesser-known films with detailed examinations of their production, distribution and exhibition. He addresses the avant-garde's cultural significance and reexamines accepted critical categories and artistic options. Rather than treating American avant-garde ci
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