|by Garbiñe ORTEGA
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A publication that brings together a constellation of artists from different generations inspired by the cinematic universe of Bruce Baillie - an essential filmmaker from the 60's, one of the most influential of the American cinematic avant-garde and a great promoter of experimental cinema.
Published to accompany the exhibition of the same name at Azkuna Zentroa - Alhóndiga Bilbao ; curated by Garbiñe Ortega, film curator.
Bruce Baillie (Aberdeen, 1931) is a North American experimental filmmaker and founding member of the distribution company Canyon Cinema. In 1961, Baillie and his friend and filmmaker Chick Strand, among others, founded the San Francisco Cinematheque. His works include TO PARSIFAL (1963), MASS FOR THE DAKOTA SIOUX (1964), CASTRO STREET (1966) and VALENTIN DE LAS SIERRAS (1967).
AZKUNA ZENTROA - ALHÓNDIGA BILBAO
J. P. SNIADECKI
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