Film Culture 80: The Legend of Barbara Rubin

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Price
$35.00  $32.20
Publisher
Spector Books
Publish Date
Pages
200
Dimensions
7.7 X 10.6 X 0.7 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9783959052023

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About the Author

Born in Lithuania in 1922, Jonas Mekas has lived a uniquely influential life as a filmmaker, writer, critic and poet. He survived a World War II labor camp and postwar displacement before immigrating to New York in 1949 to embark upon an extraordinary career in the arts, playing an instrumental role in the careers of Jack Smith, Andy Warhol and numerous other iconic artists and hanging out with everyone from Maya Deren to John and Yoko, from Tiny Tim to Salvador Dalí, from the Kennedys to--yes--Fred Astaire.
约翰福音20:31 明确地指出 但记这些事要叫你们信耶稣是基督,是神的儿子,并且叫你们信了他,就可以因他的名得生命。在这本内容丰富的注释中,查克-史密斯牧师带领您研读整本约翰福音,为您提供有趣的见解、深刻的例证、以及基督徒生活里实际的生活应用。本注释特色包括: 大型三号字体 横格笔记页 查克-史密斯牧师的圣经注释 Pastor Chuck Smith is best known for his expository teaching through the Bible. He founded and pastored Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in California from the late 1960's and the Jesus movement until entering eternity October 3, 2013. The C-2000 series commentaries included in this book are from Pastor Chuck's Sunday evening messages 1979 - 1985 made available through the ministry of The Word for Today.
Ara Osterweil is an Assistant Professor of Film and Cultural Studies in the English Department at McGill University

Reviews

This new zine-like chapbook 'Film Culture 80: The Legend of Barbara Rubin' is Film Culture's first issue in over twenty years, and is dedicated to this infamous figure behind the New York underground's most sexually transfiguring film, 'Christmas on Earth' (1963-65). It features her genius handwriting, letters, poems scripts, conversations, and film stills.--Artforum