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The Films Of Kenneth Anger. : Volume One (2007)


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Published: [San Francisco, Calif.] : Fantoma Films, c2007
Description:  1 videodisc (88 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 6310656481,
Language:  English

Collective title from disc menu

Special features: optional audio commentary by Anger for every film; restoration demonstrations; outtakes from "Rabbit's Moon" (3 min.)

Booklet includes an introduction by Martin Scorsese, Kenneth Anger's hand-drawn sketches for the unrealized "Puce Women" project, excerpts from Anaïs Nin's diaries about the making of "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" ("Come as your madness"), an essay by Samson De Brier ("On making 'Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome'"), notes on each film, and rare photographs

Cast for Fireworks: Kenneth Anger, Bill Seltzer, Gordon Grey

Cast for Puce Moment: Yvonne Marquis

Cast for Rabbit's Moon: André Soubeyran, Claude Revenant, Nadin Valence

Cast for Eaux d'Artifice: Carmillo Salvatorelli

Cast for Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome: Samson De Brier, Marjorie Cameron, Kathryn Kadell, Renata Loome, Anais Nin, Kenneth Anger, Peter Loome, Paul Mathison, Curtis Harrington, Joan Whitney

Five short films by underground filmmaker Kenneth Anger, originally produced from 1947-1954

DVD; All regions; Dolby digital

In English

Fireworks (1947, 16mm, b&w, 15 min.) -- Puce moment (1949, 16mm, col., 6 min.) -- Rabbit's Moon (1950, 35mm, tinted b&w, 16 min.) / Puck Film Productions -- Eaux d'artifice (1953, 16mm, tinted b&w, 13 min.) -- Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome (1954, 16mm, col., 38 min.) / music by Léos Janàcek

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