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Free Radicals: History on Experimental Film

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#1 Lagamorpha


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Posted 05 November 2013 - 09:23 PM

I enjoyed this documentary that aired when we changed clocks for Daylight Savings. That could have affected it's viewership. Nonetheless it was an introduction to the following short avant-garde films that aired afterwards.

I hope the director, Pip Chodorov, spreads his wings to do another documentary on more artists worldwide and perhaps more on women artists since I'm one.

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