A Study in Choreography for Camera
|A Study in Choreography for Camera|
Still from A Study in Choreography for Camera
|Directed by||Maya Deren|
A Study in Choreography for Camera is 1945 American experimental silent black and white short directed by Maya Deren. It was Deren's third project, that she fully realized her vision of freeing the human body from the confines of theatrical—and actual—space. The film stars Talley Beatty.
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