Ulrich Gregor, a film critic, writes about 'the need for historiography of cinema, a theory of film and criticism, (as well as cultural policies), that not merely accept those realms of cinematic creation that are inadequately and loosely defined as "avant-garde" and "experimental", but that actually concentrate on them from time to time.' The autuers he includes are Dore O., Bastian Clevé, W&B Hein., Klaus Wyborny, Heinz Emigholz and Werner Nekes and their films, including Demon (Heinz Emigholz), Hotel (Heinz Emigholz) and Materialfilm (W&B Hein). There are interviews of the directors and details of how they carried out their cinematography.
|Country of origin||Germany|
|Related people||Ulrich Gregor (Editor)|
|Klaus Tom Reimer (Design)|
Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection