EARLY WORKS

by Hans RICHTER
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« By film I mean visual rhythm... to see movement, organized movement, wakes us up, wakes up resistance, wakes up our sense of enjoyment as well. At the mercy of ‘feeling’, reduced to going with the rhythm according to the successive rise and fall of the breath and the heartbeat, we are given a sense of what feeling and perceiving really is: a process - MOVEMENT. »
– Hans Richter, 1924

Richter's position in the art world was unique. As one of the earliest exponents of Dada, he was also one of the first to recognize the new possibilities cinematography offered the artist. He participated in the first avant-garde film movement alongside Léger, Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia, Cocteau and Dalí, and later in New York his teachings would influence many of the "New American Cinema" filmmakers.

Bonus :
RICHTER ON FILM by Cécile Starr, 16mm, 1972, 14'


CONTENT


RHYTHMUS 21
1921-1923 / 35mm / n&b / silencieux / 3' 19
by Hans RICHTER
RHYTHMUS 23
1923-1924 / n&b / silencieux / 4' 00
by Hans RICHTER
FILMSTUDIE
1926 / n&b / sonore / 5' 00
by Hans RICHTER
VORMITTAGSSPUK
1928 / 35mm / n&b / sonore / 7' 00
by Hans RICHTER
RENNSYMPHONIE
1929 / n&b / silencieux / 7' 00
by Hans RICHTER
ZWEIGROSCHENZAUBER
1928 / n&b / silencieux / 2' 00
by Hans RICHTER
INFLATION
1928 / n&b / silencieux / 3' 00
by Hans RICHTER
ALLES DREHT SICH, ALLES BEWEGT SICH
1930 / n&b / sonore / 3' 00
by Hans RICHTER

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publisher Re:voir
format PAL
zone 0 (region free)
running time 28 min.