Star Spangled to Death

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Star Spangled to Death
Directed by Ken Jacobs
Written by Ken Jacobs
Release date
  • 2004 (2004)
Running time
402 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Star Spangled to Death is a 2004 experimental film directed by Ken Jacobs, consisting almost entirely of archive footage, depicting the history of the United States in film.

Jacobs began compiling material in the late 1950s, and premiered the film (almost seven hours in length) at the 2004 New York Film Festival.[1]

It won the Douglas Edwards Experimental/Independent Film/Video Award at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2004.[2]

See also[edit]

List of longest films


  1. ^ Hoberman, J. (14 October 2003). "Witnessing An Underdog's Personal, Uncontrolled Fantasy". The Village Voice.
  2. ^ "Sideways Wins 5 Awards From L.A. Critics, Including Best Film". Los Angeles Times. 12 December 2004. Retrieved 8 November 2016.

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