List of films organised by publisher.
RE:VOIR is a label that publishes and distributes DVDs of classic and contemporary experimental cinema.
Anthology Film Archives is an international center for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video, with a particular focus on independent, experimental, and avant-garde cinema.
The films distributed by Contemporary Arts Media proudly entertain, educate,
and inform audiences around the world on experimental and contemporary art.
For fourteen years the CAM Library, based in Australia, continues to offer a wide
range of films from a variety of independent artists, from choreographers to
photographers and everything in between.
The BFI releases up to 30 new titles a year on Blu-ray and DVD. They're dedicated to releasing classics of world cinema, rarely seen British film and TV, expertly-curated British documentary and archive collections.
All BFI releases are mastered from the best quality film materials available, often held at the BFI National Archive, and are accompanied by extensive, illustrated booklets.
Center for Visual Music is a nonprofit film archive dedicated to visual music, experimental animation and abstract media.
CVM is commited to preservation, curation, education, scholarship, and dissemination of the film, performances and other media of this tradition, together with related historical documentation and artwork.
The Centre Pompidou produces and distributes a collection of multimedia
works that are both artistically significant and historically valuable.
The Centre Pompidou catalogue is ever-changing, but continues to encourage and
support the curiosity of experimental artists and audiences with high quality DVDs.
CFMDC is a non-commercial film distributor dedicated to distributing works which operate not simply outside of the mainstream, but which are innovative and diverse in their origins and expressions. CFMDC was founded in 1967 by a group of visionary filmmakers with the set goal of increasing distribution opportunities, audiences and visibility for artists and independent film.
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The association Circuit-Court is recognized for its interest in re-adjusting how
we think about the field of art cinema. Circuit-Court encourages artists and
audiences alike to reflect upon the implications of new and old technologies.
The wide variety of films that this Paris-based label offers is representative of
the philosophy of this organization.
Edition Filmmuseum is an award-winning label with a vast and selective collection
of high-quality DVD releases. Edition Filmmuseum collaborates closely with film archives
all around Germany and Austria in order to curate, publish, and make available to the public
a wide variety of digital media art.
Dedicated to the promotion of experimental cinema, The Institute for the
Coordination and Propagation of Exploratory Cinema (ICPCE) publishes DVDs,
books, and digital documents of works and studies that examine the diffuse
spectrum that is cinematographic art. Based in Quebec, Canada.
The label INDEX aims to make rare, hard-to-find works of film, video, and media
art more available to public and private audiences. Index releases and distributes
a unique collection of international works, and curates a catalogue that is equally
selective as it is diverse.
The Paris-based experimental film label Lowave proudly catalogues and exhibits
a variety of independent artists, including video artists, film, music, photography,
and performance artists. Lowave is also an emerging platform for curatorial
research dedicated to the moving image.
LUX is an international arts agency for the support and promotion of artists’ moving image practice and the ideas that surround it. LUX exists to provide access to, and develop audiences for, artists' moving image work; to provide professional development support for artists working with the moving image; and to contribute to and develop discourse around practice.
The organisation’s main activities are distribution - acting as an agent for artists who work with the moving image; exhibition (screenings, gallery exhibitions, touring shows) both independently and in partnership with other organisations; publishing (books, DVDs, websites); commissioning both new art works and writing; research support for curators, researchers and academics; professional development support for artists and arts professionals and the development of research resources.
The LUX shop specialises in books, DVDs and publications related to artists' film and video. Alongside LUX's own publications are a variety of titles from an international network of artists and small publishers.
Moskwood Media is an independent publisher focused mainly on non-English language arthouse films representing the classics of the past, present and future. One of the top 5 independent film publishers in the BeNeLux, it was founded in 1989 and directed by Wim Dekker.
Films as rare as red avocados
– no matter if you call them Experimental or Avant-garde
The Other Cinema Digital label provides an alternative platform for the distribution of extraordinary film works. They celebrate peculiar visions and offbeat sensibilities, drawn from the contemporary underground as well as the archives. Be it auteur, exploitation, or industrial, OCD delivers a decidedly different audio-visual experience—ingenious, comic, critical... dangerous.
Japanese avant-garde filmmaker Takahiko Iimura is notable as a pioneer for the
maturation of experimental and independent cinema in Japan. His body of work explores
different approaches to cinema, both on-screen and off-screen, and he is completely self-
published and self-distributed.
Three films by Takahiko Iimura. WHITE CALLIGRAPHY, RE-READ (1967-2010, 12min)PERFORMANCE 1, WHITE CALLIGRAPHY (1967/2009, Toronto, 9min)PERFORMANCE 2, WHITE CALLIGRAPHY (1967/2005, Tokyo, 8.5min)
DVD Michael Snow WAVELENGTH 1966-67/2003
DVD Xperimental Eros a compilation of experimental erotic films by various artists
The book-CD-DVD with a DVD of 110 minutes, a CD of 50 minutes and a book 156 pages.
A DVD with a fim document of YOKO ONO solo exhibition THIS IS NOT HERE at Eberson Museum, New York, 1971.
A short-film collection by Henri Plaat