Millennium Film Journal

Articles from No. 42, Fall

Between Film and Video-The Intermedia Art of Jud Yalkut: An Interview with Jud Yalkut
Sabrina: I thought we could begin by talking about what the Destruct Film at the Judson Gallery-later installed at the Whitney-had in common with your 1967 film, Kusama's Self-Obliteration.Jud: Actually, there was no connection between them whatsoever....
Citing/laughter: Three Video Works by Ellen Zweig
PREFACEEllen Zweig is not well known as a filmmaker, although her work has involved media in general, and cinema in particular, for many years. She is well known as a performance artist, though she started as a writer, and moved into writing, and doing,...
On Morgan Fisher's Lecture at the Guggenheim
It is the overcoming of theater that modernist sensibility finds most exalting and that it experiences as the hallmark of high art in our time. There is, however, one art that, by its very nature, escapes theater entirely-the movies.-Michael Fried, "Art...
Reviewing Robert Ashley's Music with Roots in the Aether the First Opera for Television
FROM PORTRAITS TO OPERA WITH TELEVISIONBy the 1970s, Robert Ashley, nearing 40, had been involved in composing, performing and producing new music in all types of emerging and experimental media contexts. Over the years, Ashley scored films with filmmaker...
Scott Macdonald's Cinema 16: Documents toward a History of the Film Society
When Amos and Marcia Vogel launched Cinema 16 in 1947, they intended to "bridge the gap between documentary film productions and the public and thereby contribute to a greater realization of the problems facing man in the atomic age." God knows that...
Thoughts on Shirley Clarke and the Tp Videospace Troupe
Shirley Clarke's reputation as a filmmaker is as secure as anybody's, and any history of film that omits her is lacking. Her work in video is as startling and creative as her work in film, yet she has been repeatedly overlooked in histories of the early...
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