Invocation of My Demon Brother
Invocation of My Demon Brother (1969) is an 11-minute film directed, edited, and photographed by Kenneth Anger. The music was composed by Mick Jagger playing a Moog synthesizer. It was filmed in San Francisco at the Straight Theater on Haight Street and the William Westerfeld House (the former "Russian Embassy" nightclub).
According to Anger, the film was assembled from scraps of the first version of Lucifer Rising. It includes clips of the cast smoking out of a skull, and the publicly filmed Satanic funeral ceremony for a pet cat.
- Speed Hacker as Wand bearer
- Kenneth Anger as Magus
- Lenore Kandel as Deaconess
- Bill "Sweet William" Fritsch as Deacon
- Van Leuven as Acolyte
- Harvey Bialy and Timotha Bially as the Brother and Sister of the Rainbow
- Anton LaVey as His Satanic Majesty
- Bobby Beausoleil as Lucifer
- Mick Jagger as Himself
- Brottman, M.; Rowe, C.; Powell, A. (2002). Jack Hunter, ed. Moonchild: The films of Kenneth Anger. London: Creation Books. p. 112.
- Sitney, P. Adams (2000). Film Culture Reader (2nd ed.). America: Cooper Square Press.
- Complete film on UbuWeb
- Invocation of My Demon Brother on IMDb
- Magick in Theory and Practice: Ritual Use of Colour in Kenneth Anger’s Invocation of My Demon Brother
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