11x14 One Way Boogie Woogie/27 Years Later and One Way Boogie Woogie 2012
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The mid-1970s saw James Benning's first feature films attract the attention of critics, establishing him as a representative of the "New Narrative Movement." In films like 11x14 and ONE WAY BOOGIE WOOGIE, he combines the structural analysis of image, sound and narrative with auto-biographical traces, as well as with an almost "classical" interest in composition, color, light and landscape. This 2-disc set features 11x14 (1977), one of the central U.S. avant-garde films of the 1970s, in a restored version. Also included is Benning's recurring view of his hometown Milwaukee at three different points in time: ONE WAY BOOGIE WOOGIE (1978), 27 YEARS LATER (2005) and ONE WAY BOOGIE WOOGIE 2012. Documents of change and transience.
11x14 - USA 1977 - Directed, written, photographed, edited and produced by: James Benning - With: Serafina Bathrick, Paddy Whannel, Barbara Frankel, Bette Gordon, Harvey Taylor, Rick Goodwin, Tim Welsh, Ted Brady, Michael O'Brien - Premiere: March 14, 1977 (Film International, Rotterdam)
One Way Boogie Woogie / 27 Year Later - USA 1978/2005 - Directed, written, photographed, edited and produced by: James Benning - With: Sadie Benning, Anita Benning, Bette Gordon, Howard Monath, Tim Taylor, Fred Krause, Susan Krause, Jake Fuller, Don Skoller, Jeffrey Skoller, Julia Fuller, James Benning, Bob Danner, Heather Sampon, Sharon Sampon, Sammy Sampon - Premiere One Way Boogie Woogie: November 1, 1978 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York), Premiere One Way Boogie Woogie / 27 Years Later: January 24, 2005 (Redcat Theatre, Los Angeles)
One Way Boogie Woogie 2012 - USA 2012 - Directed, written, photographed, edited and produced by: James Benning - Premiere: October 31, 2012 (Viennale)
|Artist(s)||James Benning, Rhonda Bell, Elion Sacker, Eve E. Ellis, Lisbeth Jetton, Pegge Winslow, John Benning, Rusty Johnson|
|Format||2 DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region-free, 4:3, Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Language(s)||pas de dialogue/no dialogue|
|Runtime||DVD 1 : 167 min, DVD 2 : 116 min|
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