Stan Brakhage filmography

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Over the course of more than five decades, the American experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage produced a large body of work. All films in the filmography are assumed to be silent, in color, and are meant to be shown at 24 frames per second, unless otherwise noted. The Brakhage films, comprising his edited originals, intermediate elements, and other original material, are housed at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Film Archive, where a long-term project is underway to preserve and restore his entire film output.[citation needed]

Fifty-six of these films are available on DVD (as two separate volumes) and Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.[citation needed]

Legend
  Color with sound

1950s[edit]

Notes

Stan Brakhage 1950s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
1952 Interim 16 mm 25 1/2 minutes Black-and-white; features music by James Tenney
1953 The Boy and the Sea 16 mm 2 minutes Black-and-white
Unglassed Windows Cast a Terrible Reflection 16 mm 29 minutes Black-and-white
1954 Desistfilm 16 mm 7 minutes Black-and-white, sound
The Extraordinary Child 16 mm 13 minutes Black-and-white
The Way to Shadow Garden 16 mm 11 1/2 minutes Black-and-white, sound
1955 In Between 16 mm 10 1/2 minutes First color film; features music by John Cage
Reflections on Black 16 mm 12 minutes Black-and-white, sound
Untitled film of Geoffrey Holder’s Wedding[1] 16 mm Unknown Co-directed with Larry Jordan
The Wonder Ring 16 mm 6 minutes
19551956 Gnir Rednow 16 mm 6 minutes Co-directed with Joseph Cornell
Centuries of June 16 mm 6 minutes Co-directed with Joseph Cornell; also known as Tower House, Bolts of Melody, Portrait of June, and June[1]
1956 Flesh of Morning 16 mm 22 minutes Black-and-white, sound; revised by Brakhage in 1986[1]
Nightcats 16 mm 8 minutes
Zone Moment 16 mm 3 minutes
1957 Daybreak and White Eye 16 mm 8 minutes Black-and-white, sound
Loving 16 mm 5 minutes
1958 Anticipation of the Night 16 mm 40 minutes
1959 Cat's Cradle 16 mm 6 minutes
Sirius Remembered 16 mm 11 minutes
Wedlock House: An Intercourse 16 mm 11 minutes Black-and-white
Window Water Baby Moving 16 mm 12 minutes

1960s[edit]

Stan Brakhage 1960s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
1960 Mr. Tompkins Inside Himself 16 mm 42 minutes Adaptation of Mr. Tompkins book by George Gamow
The Dead 16 mm 11 minutes
1961 Thigh Line Lyre Triangular 16 mm 6 minutes
Films by Stan Brakhage: An Avant-Garde Home Movie 16 mm 4 minutes
Dog Star Man: Prelude 16 mm 25 minutes Part of Dog Star Man cycle
1962 Blue Moses 16 mm 10 minutes Black-and-white, sound
Silent Sound Sense Stars Subotnick and Sender 16 mm 2 minutes Black-and-white, sound
19621963 Sartre's Nausea 16 mm 4 minutes Black-and-white; title is a reference to Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre
1962 Dog Star Man: Part 1 16 mm 31 minutes Part of Dog Star Man cycle
1963 Mothlight 16 mm 3 minutes
Oh Life, A Woe Story, The A-Test News 16 mm 6 minutes Black-and-white
Dog Star Man: Part 2 16 mm 6 minutes Part of Dog Star Man cycle
1964 Dog Star Man: Part 3 16 mm 8 minutes Part of Dog Star Man cycle
Dog Star Man: Part 4 16 mm 6 minutes Part of Dog Star Man cycle
Song 1 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 2 & Song 3 8 mm 4 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 4 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 5 8 mm 4 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 6 & Song 7 8 mm 4 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 8 8 mm 3 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle
1965 The Art of Vision 16 mm 270 minutes Expanded version of the Dog Star Man cycle, using the same footage[1]
Black Vision 16 mm 3 minutes Black-and-white
Fire of Waters 16 mm 7 minutes Black-and-white, sound
Pasht 16 mm 5 minutes
Three Films: Blue White, Blood’s Tone, Vein 16 mm 9 minutes
Two: Creeley/McClure 16 mm 3 minutes
The Female Mystique and Spare Leaves (For Gordon) 16 mm 5 minutes
Song 9 & Song 10 8 mm 7 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 11 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 12 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 13 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 14 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle
15 Song Traits 8 mm 38 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Song 16 8 mm 7 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Songs 17 & 18 8 mm 5 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Songs 19 & 20 8 mm 8 minutes Part of Songs cycle
Songs 21 & 22 8 mm 6 minutes Part of Songs cycle
19661967 23rd Psalm Branch 8 mm 69 minutes Part of Songs cycle; Brakhage later released the film as two halves under the names 23rd Psalm Branch: Part 1 (1979) and 23rd Psalm Branch: Part 2 (1980)[1]
1967 Scenes from Under Childhood (Section One) 16 mm 24 1/2 minutes Part of Scenes from Under Childhood cycle; available in versions with and without sound
Eye Myth 35 mm 9 seconds
1968 The Horseman, the Woman and the Moth 16 mm 19 minutes
Love Making 16 mm 36 minutes
Songs 24 & 25 8 mm 6 1/2 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued in 16 mm in 1984[1]
Song 26 8 mm 8 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued in 16 mm in 1984[1]
My Mtn. Song 27 8 mm 8 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued in a 20 minute-version on 16 mm in 1987[1]
1969 Song 27 (Part II) Rivers 8 mm 26 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued on 16 mm in 1988[1]
Song 28 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued on 16 mm in 1985[1]
Song 29 8 mm 3 minutes Part of Songs cycle; reissued on 16 mm in 1985[1]
American 30's Song 8 mm 35 minutes Part of Songs cycle; running time given is for 18 frames per second
Window Suite of Children’s Songs 8 mm 24 minutes Part of Songs cycle.
Scenes from Under Childhood (Section Two) 16 mm 40 minutes Part of Scenes from Under Childhood cycle
Scenes from Under Childhood (Section Three) 16 mm 25 minutes Part of Scenes from Under Childhood cycle

Industrial films and other works[edit]

In the early 1960s, Brakhage directed several industrial and educational films,[1] including two for the state of Colorado. He also directed commercials for Rural Electric of Dakota. In 1969, Brakhage served as cinematographer on the short film Nuptiae, directed by James Broughton.

1970s[edit]

Stan Brakhage 1970s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
1970 Scenes from Under Childhood (Section Four) 16 mm 45 minutes Part of Scenes from Under Childhood cycle
The Weir-Falcon Saga 16 mm 29 minutes
The Machine of Eden 16 mm 11 1/2 minutes
Animals of Eden and After 16 mm 35 minutes
Sexual Meditation #1: Motel Super 8 6 minutes 18 frames per second; part of Sexual Meditations cycle
1971 eyes 16 mm 35 minutes Part of the "Pittsburgh Trilogy"
Deus Ex 16 mm 33 minutes Part of the "Pittsburgh Trilogy"
The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes 16 mm 32 minutes Part of the "Pittsburgh Trilogy"
Wecht 16 mm 3 minutes
Angels 16 mm 2 minutes
Fox Fire Child Watch 16 mm 3 minutes
The Peaceable Kingdom 16 mm 8 minutes
Western History 16 mm 8 minutes
The Trip to Door 16 mm 12 1/2 minutes
Sexual Meditation: Room with View 16 mm 4 minutes Part of Sexual Meditations cycle
1972 The Presence 16 mm 3 1/2 minutes
Eye Myth Educational 16 mm 2 minutes Uses footage from Eye Myth
Sexual Meditation: Faun's Room, Yale 16 mm 3 minutes Part of Sexual Meditations cycle
Sexual Meditation: Office Suite 16 mm 4 minutes Part of Sexual Meditations cycle
Sexual Meditation: Hotel 16 mm 6 1/2 minutes Part of Sexual Meditations cycle
Sexual Meditation: Open Field 16 mm 6 minutes Part of Sexual Meditations cycle
The Process 16 mm 9 minutes
The Riddle of Lumen 16 mm 13 minutes
The Shores of Phos: A Fable 16 mm 10 minutes
The Wold Shadow 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
1973 Gift 16 mm 3 minutes
The Women 16 mm 3 1/2 minutes
Sincerity I 16 mm 27 minutes Part of Sincerity cycle
1974 Aquarien 16 mm 3 minutes
Clancy 16 mm 4 1/2 minutes
Dominion 16 mm 4 minutes
Flight 16 mm 5 1/2 minutes
"He was born, he suffered, he died." 16 mm 7 1/2 minutes
Hymn to Her 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
Skein 16 mm 5 minutes
Sol 16 mm 4 minutes
Star Garden 16 mm 22 minutes
The Text of Light 16 mm 71 minutes
The Stars are Beautiful 16 mm 19 minutes Sound
1975 Short Films: 1975 16 mm 38 minutes A collection of ten works ranging from 2 1/2 to 6 minutes in length that Brakhage distributed as a single piece
Sincerity II 16 mm 38 minutes Part of Sincerity cycle
1976 Gadflies Super 8 12 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Sketches Super 8 9 minutes 18 frames per second
Window Super 8/16 mm 10 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Trio Super 8/16 mm 6 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Rembrandt, Etc., and Jane Super 8/16 mm 17 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Desert Super 8/16 mm 11 minutes 18 frames per second
Highs Super 8/16 mm 7 minutes 18 frames per second
Airs Super 8/16 mm 24 minutes 18 frames per second
Absence Super 8/16 mm 8 minutes 18 frames per second
Short Films: 1976 16 mm 25 minutes
The Dream, NYC, The Return, The Flower Super 8/16 mm 24 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Tragoedia 16 mm 35 minutes
1977 The Domain of the Moment 16 mm 15 1/2 minutes
The Governor 16 mm 57 1/2 minutes
Soldiers and Other Cosmic Objects 16 mm 22 minutes
1978 Bird 16 mm 4 minutes
Burial Path 16 mm 15 minutes 18 frames per second
Centre 16 mm 13 minutes 18 frames per second
Nightmare Series 16 mm 20 minutes
Purity and After 16 mm 5 minutes 18 frames per second
Sluice 16 mm 6 minutes 18 frames per second
Duplicity I 16 mm 23 minutes Part of Duplicity cycle
Duplicity II 16 mm 20 minutes Part of Duplicity cycle
Thot-Fal’N 16 mm 9 minutes 18 frames per second
Sincerity III 16 mm 35 minutes Part of Sincerity cycle
1979 @ 16 mm 6 minutes 18 frames per second
Creation 16 mm 17 minutes 18 frames per second
I 16 mm 6 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
II 16 mm 9 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
III 16 mm 2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
IV 16 mm 2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
V 16 mm 3 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")

Other missing works[edit]

Around 1979, Brakhage produced as many as five films[1] using the Polavision developed by Polaroid. These films are estimated to have been about 2 1/2 minutes each in length. Their present whereabouts are unknown.

1980s[edit]

Stan Brakhage 1980s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
1980 VI 16 mm 10 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
VII 16 mm 5 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
1981 1 16 mm 5 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
2 16 mm 7 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
3 16 mm 10 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
1980 Made Manifest 16 mm 12 minutes
Other 16 mm 3 minutes 18 frames per second.
Salome 16 mm 3 minutes 18 frames per second.
Sincerity IV 16 mm 37 minutes Part of Sincerity cycle
Sincerity V 16 mm 35 minutes Part of Sincerity cycle
Duplicity III 16 mm 23 1/2 minutes Part of Duplicity cycle
Murder Psalm 16 mm 18 minutes
1981 VIII 16 mm 4 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
IX 16 mm 2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Roman Numeral Series" (also called the "Romans")
Aftermath 16 mm 8 minutes
The Garden of Earthly Delights 35 mm 1 1/2 minutes
Nodes 16 mm 3 minutes
RR 16 mm 8 minutes
Unconscious London Strata 16 mm 22 minutes
4 16 mm 10 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
5 16 mm 5 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
6 16 mm 11 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
7 16 mm 11 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
8 16 mm 7 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
9 16 mm 12 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
0 + 10 16 mm 27 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
11 16 mm 10 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
12 16 mm 27 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
13 16 mm 5 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
1982 14 16 mm 5 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
15 16 mm 7 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
16 16 mm 8 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
17 16 mm 8 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
18 16 mm 8 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
19 16 mm 9 minutes 18 frames per second; part of the "Arabic Numeral Series" (also called the "Arabics")
1983 Hell Spit Flexion 16 mm/35 mm 1 minute
1984 Egyptian Series 16 mm 17 minutes
Tortured Dust, part 1 16 mm 23 minutes
Tortured Dust, part 2 16 mm 21 1/2 minutes
Tortured Dust, part 3 16 mm 24 1/2 minutes
Tortured Dust, part 4 16 mm 24 1/2 minutes
1985 Jane 16 mm 13 minutes
1986 Fireloop 16 mm 3 minutes Sound by Joel Haertling; later included as part of Caswallon Trilogy
Confession 16 mm 27 minutes Also known as Love Sacrifice
The Loom 16 mm 43 1/2 minutes Also known as Love Sacrifice
Night Music 16 mm/35 mm 30 seconds Part of Three Hand-Painted Films
1987 Loud Visual Noises 16 mm 3 1/2 minutes Available in a silent version and a sound version with music by Die Tödliche Doris, Zoviet France, The Hafler Trio, Nurse with Wound, Joel Haertling, and I.H.T.S.O.
The Dante Quartet 16 mm/35 mm 6 minutes
Kindering 16 mm 3 minutes Sound by Architects Office
1988 Faustfilm: An Opera, Part 1 16 mm 43 1/2 minutes Sound; part of the Faustfilm project
I... Dreaming 16 mm 7 minutes Sound by Joel Haertling
Marilyn's Window 16 mm 9 minutes Title refers to Brakhage's wife, Marilyn Brakhage
Matins 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
Rage Net 16 mm/35 mm 1 minute Part of Three Hand-Painted Films
Faust's Other: An Idyll 16 mm 44 1/2 minutes Sound; part of the Faustfilm project
Faust 3: Candida Arbacore 16 mm 27 minutes Sound by Joel Haertling; part of the Faustfilm project
Faust IV 16 mm 38 1/2 minutes Sound; part of the Faustfilm project
1989 Visions in Meditation 16 mm 17 1/2 minutes Part of the Visions in Meditation cycle
Visions in Meditation #2 16 mm 17 minutes Part of the Visions in Meditation cycle
Babylon Series #1 16 mm 6 minutes

1990s[edit]

Stan Brakhage 1990s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
1990 Visions in Meditation #3 16 mm 18 minutes Part of the Visions in Meditation cycle; subtitled "Plato's Cave"
Visions in Meditation #4 16 mm 19 minutes Part of the Visions in Meditation cycle; subtitled "D.H. Lawrence"
Babylon Series #2 16 mm 2 minutes
Babylon Series #3 16 mm 6 minutes
City Streaming 16 mm 19 1/2 minutes
The Thatch of Night 16 mm 5 minutes
Vision of the Fire Tree 16 mm 5 minutes
Passage Through: A Ritual 16 mm 49 minutes Music by Philip Corner
Glaze of Cathexis 16 mm 3 minutes Part of Three Hand-painted Films
1991 Agnus Dei Kinder Synapse 16 mm 4 minutes
A Child’s Garden and the Serious Sea 16 mm 74 minutes One of the Vancouver Island films
Christ Mass Sex Dance 16 mm 4 minutes Sound
Delicacies of Molten Horror Synapse 16 mm 8 minutes
1992 Crack Glass Eulogy 16 mm 6 minutes Sound
Interpolations 1–5 35 mm 12 minutes
Untitled (For Marilyn) 16 mm 11 minutes The film is officially untitled, but is referred to by the dedication that appears in place of a title card. It is dedicated to his wife Marilyn Brakhage.[1]
1993 Boulder Blues and Pearls and... 16 mm 23 1/2 minutes Sound
Blossom Gift Favor 16 mm 2 minutes
Autumnal 16 mm 5 minutes
Ephemeral Solidity 16 mm 4 1/2 minutes
The Harrowing 16 mm 2 minutes
Tryst Haunt 16 mm 3 minutes
Stellar 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
Study in Color and Black-and-white 16 mm 2 minutes
Three Homerics: Diana Holding Back the Night, The Rolling Sea, and Love Again 16 mm 6 minutes
1994 Black Ice 16 mm 6 minutes
Cannot Exist 16 mm 1 minute
Cannot Not Exist 16 mm 8 minutes
Chartres Series 16 mm 8 1/2 minutes
Elementary Phrases 16 mm 34 1/2 minutes Made in collaboration with Phil Solomon
From: First Hymn to the Night – Novalis 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
The Mammals of Victoria 16 mm 34 1/2 minutes One of the Vancouver Island films
Naughts 16 mm 6 minutes
1995 I Take These Truths 16 mm 18 minutes
We Hold These 16 mm 12 minutes
I... 16 mm 27 minutes
In Consideration of Pompeii 16 mm 4 1/2 minutes 18 frames per second
Paranoia Corridor 16 mm 3 1/2 minutes
The "b" Series 16 mm 12 1/2 minutes
Earthen Aerie 16 mm 3 minutes
The Lost Films 16 mm 45 minutes Made of nine untitled films completed in 1991 and 1992[1]
Spring Cycle 16 mm 11 minutes
...Preludes 1–6 16 mm 11 1/2 minutes
...Preludes 7–12 16 mm 16 1/2 minutes
1996 ...Preludes 13–18 16 mm 10 minutes
...Preludes 19–24 16 mm 10 minutes
Beautiful Funerals 16 mm 2 minutes
Blue Value 16 mm 3 minutes
Concrescence 16 mm 4 minutes Made in collaboration with Phil Solomon
The Fur of Home 16 mm 3 minutes
Polite Madness 16 mm 3 minutes
Sexual Saga 16 mm 3 minutes
Through Wounded Eyes 16 mm 7 minutes Made in collaboration with Joel Haertling
Two Found Objects of Charles Boultenhouse 16 mm 7 minutes
Commingled Containers 16 mm 7 minutes
1997 Shockingly Hot 16 mm 4 minutes
The Cat of the Worm’s Green Realm 16 mm 15 1/2 minutes
Last Hymn to the Night – Novalis 16 mm 19 minutes
Divertimento 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
Self Song & Death Song 16 mm 4 1/2 minutes
Yggdrasill: Whose Roots Are Stars in the Human Mind 16 mm 17 minutes
1998 ... 16 mm 95 minutes Also known as Ellipses; consists of five separate reels, the last of which has sound. According to film critic and Brakhage scholar Fred Camper, the filmmaker "[had] said that it's acceptable to show any number of these in any order."[1]
1999 The Birds of Paradise 16 mm 3 minutes
Coupling 16 mm 5 minutes
Cloud Chamber 16 mm 4 minutes
Cricket Requiem 16 mm 3 minutes
The Dark Tower 16 mm 3 minutes
The Earthsong of the Cricket 16 mm 3 minutes
The Lion and the Zebra Make God’s Raw Jewels 16 mm 8 1/2 minutes
Moilsome Toilsome 16 mm 6 minutes
Stately Mansions Did Decree 16 mm 5 1/2 minutes
Worm and Web Love 16 mm 4 1/2 minutes
The Persian Series 1–5 16 mm 20 minutes

2000s[edit]

Stan Brakhage 2000s' filmography
Year Title Format Length Notes
2000 The Persian Series 6–12 16 mm 23 minutes
The Persian Series 13–18 16 mm 9 minutes
Dance 16 mm 6 1/2 minutes Starring Vivienne Palmer
The God of Day Had Gone Down Upon Him 16 mm 49 minutes One of the "Vancouver Island" films
Water for Maya 16 mm 3 1/2 minutes
Jesus Trilogy and Coda 16 mm 17 minutes
2001 Rounds 16 mm 14 minutes
Garden Path 16 mm 7 minutes Made in collaboration with Mary Beth Reed
Micro Garden 16 mm 4 minutes
Night Mulch 35 mm 2 minutes
Very 35 mm 4 minutes
Micro Garden 16 mm 4 minutes
Occam's Thread 16 mm 6 minutes
Dark Night of the Soul 16 mm 3 minutes
Lovesong 16 mm 11 minutes Part of the Lovesongs cycle
Lovesong 2 16 mm 3 minutes Part of the Lovesongs cycle
Lovesong 3 16 mm 9 minutes Part of the Lovesongs cycle
Lovesong 4 16 mm 3 minutes Part of the Lovesongs cycle
2002 Lovesong 16 mm 1 minutes Part of the Lovesongs cycle
Song of the Mushroom 16 mm 2 minutes Made in collaboration with Joel Haertling
Ascension 16 mm 2 1/2 minutes
Resurrectus Est 16 mm 8 minutes
Max 16 mm 3 minutes
SB (One Minute for Vienna) 16 mm 30 seconds
Seasons... 16 mm 15 minutes Made in collaboration with Phil Solomon
Panels for the Walls of Heaven 16 mm 31 minutes One of the "Vancouver Island" films; the last of Brakhage's longer works
2003 Stan's Window and Work in Progress 16 mm 13 minutes Usually shown together;[vague] Stan's Window was the last film Brakhage completed before his death, and Work in Progress consists of the last footage he shot.
Chinese Series 35 mm 2 1/2 minutes A project Brakhage was working on at the time of his death; only printed posthumously

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Camper, Fred (22 November 2011). "Stan Brakhage Filmography". Stan Brakhage on the Web. Retrieved 23 September 2013. 

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