The life of an extraordinary New Zealander told for the first time. A charismatic personality Lye was a major New Zealand artist and a leading figure in international modernism who lived in London and New York but always retained a South Pacific energy an
From the early abstract animation films created at the start of this century to the latest in technologically oriented films, here is a comprehensive anthology of cinematic animation. It brings together over 50 interviews and first-person accounts that de
This collection of interviews spans Harry Smith\'s long and influential life in American arts and letters. They cover a quarter-century, touching on the full range of Smith\'s activity as a groundbreaking experimental filmmaker, obsessive collector, folk
Subjects and Sequences gathers together new essays on Orcadian film-poet Margaret Tait\'s work, interviews, reprints of key poems, a story and texts as well as detailed filmography, chronology, bibliography and resources.
In 1961 a fashionable commercial artist named Andy Warhol created an artistic furor in New York with his deadpan versions of the Campbells Soup can. Since then he has become the most talked about but least understood artist of the late 20th century.
Parker Tyler (1904-1974), one of the few great American film critics, was intimate with and enormously respected by many of the underground and experimental filmmakers of his time. In this book, Tyler evaluated the Underground in general and the seminal f