Book written by Michael Loebenstein and Horwath Alexander.
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The films of Peter Tscherkassky have played a central role in the reawakening of avant-garde film. His work has run an exciting course-from the anarchic gesture of Super-8 filmmaking through an engagement with psychoanalysis and semiotics towards a newfound pleasure with the physicality of the medium and its potential to overwhelm the audience. Essays about and by Tscherkassky are complemented by rich photographs and frame enlargements.
|Author(s)||Michael Loebenstein, Horwath Alexander|
|Publisher||Austrian Film Museum|