Book written by James Broughton.
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Dramatist, poet and pioneer of the avant-garde cinema originating from the West coast of the United States, James Broughton (1913-1999) calls for "ecstasy for everyone." As a practicioner of Zen and Taoism, he explains his vision of cinema in this text: "To me cinema isn't a social phenomenon or the proof of a cultural question, it's a potential oracle of the imagination. To me cinema is poetry, love, religion and my duty towards the masters of creation."