……….. UBU WEB ….. SURREALISTES FILMS …

About UbuWeb Film & VideoUbuWeb is pleased to present dozens of avant-garde films & videos for your viewing pleasure. However, it is important to us that you realize that what you will see is in no way comparable to the experience of seeing these gems as they were intended to be seen: in a dark room, on a large screen, with a good sound system and, most importantly, with a roomful of warm, like-minded bodies.
However, we realize that the real thing isn’t very easy to get to. Most of us don’t live anywhere near theatres that show this kind of fare and very few of us can afford the hefty rental fees, not to mention the cumbersome equipment, to show these films. Thankfully, there is the internet which allows you to get a whiff of these films regardless of your geographical location.
We realize that the films we are presenting are of poor quality. It’s not a bad thing; in fact, the best thing that can happen is that seeing a crummy shockwave file will make you want to make a trip to New York to the Anthology Film Archives or the Lux Cinema in London (or other places around the world showing similar fare). Next best case scenario will be that you will be enticed to purchase a high quality DVD from the noble folks trying to get these works out into the world. Believe me, they’re not doing it for the money.
  UbuWeb   UbuWeb: Film & Video
Vito Acconci
Marina Abramoviç
Bas Jan Ader
Igor and Gleb Aleinikov
Alejandra & Aeron
Erik Anderson
Laurie Anderson
Skip ArnoldRobert Ashley
Beth B
Francis Bacon
Derek Bailey
John Baldessari
J.G. Ballard
Banksy
Piero Bargellini
Colin BartonOtmar Bauer
Samuel Beckett
David Behrman
Charles Bernstein
Joseph Beuys
Dara Birnbaum
Christian Boltanski
Jorge Luis Borges
Walerian BorowczykStan Brakhage
George Brecht
James Broughton
Robert Breer
Gunter Brus
Luis Buñuel
Chris Burden
William S. BurroughsDavid Byrne
John Cage
Alexander Calder
John Cale
Sophie Calle
Peter Campus
Cioni Carpi
Louis-Ferdinand CélineAbigail Child
Segundo de Chomón
Henri Chopin
Cinema of Transgression
Robert Clampett
Rene Clair
Shirley Clarke
Carlfriedrich ClausBob Cobbing
Jean Cocteau
Émile Cohl
COLAB
Julian Cooper
Anton Corbijn
Jospeh Cornell
Pierre Coulibeuf
Merce Cunningham

Salvador Dali
Guy Debord
Wim Delvoye
Maya Deren
Cheryl Donegan
Jean-Marie Drot
Marcel Duchamp
Germaine Dulac
Stephen Dwoskin

Dziga Vertov Group
Viking Eggeling
Tracy Emin
Ed Emshwiller
Jean Epstein
Harun Farocki
Robert Fitterman

  Kit Fitzgerald & David SanbornFlux Films
Richard Foreman
Terry Fox
Hollis Frampton
Tessa Hughes-Freeland
Ernie Gehr
Jean Genet
German Dada
Alberto GiacomettiAllen Ginsberg
Gilbert & George
François Girard
Paul Glabicki
Philip Glass
Godard & MiévilleJill Godmilow
Kenneth Goldsmith
Doron Golan
Jack Goldstein
Glenn Gould
Dan Graham
Peter Greenaway
Johan Grimonprez
Groupe MedvedkineAlexander Hammid
Mona Hatoum
Laszlo Hege
Her Noise
Helmut Herbst
Piero Heliczer
Gary Hill
Henry Hills
Hy HirschAbbie Hoffman
Pierre Huyghe
Takahiko Iimura
Isidore Isou
Joris Ivens
Ken Jacobs
M Henry Jones
Larry Jordan
Mauricio KagelPitor Kamler
Anish Kapoor
Mike Kelley
Richard Kern
Raashan Roland Kirk
Dimitri Kirsanov
The Kitchen – Two Moon July
Yves Klein
Alexander KlugePaul and Marlene Kos
Robert Kramer
Kurt Kren
George Kuchar
Jerzy Kucia
Jacques Lacan
Andrew Lampert
George Landow
Fernand Leger

John Lennon
Maurice Lemaître
Alfred Leslie
Arthur Lipsett
György Ligeti
Alvin Lucier
Willard Maas
George Maciunas

Gregory Markopoulos
Toshio Matsumoto
Gordon Matta-Clark
Paul McCarthy
Jonas Mekas
Marie Mencken

  Erno Metzner
László Moholy-NagyMeredith Monk
Irene Moon
Jon Moritsugu
Robert Morris
Simon Morris
Frank & Caroline Mouris
Otto Muehl
Gordon MummaMusic with Roots in the Aether
Ronald Nameth
Bruce Nauman
Werner Nekes
Phil Niblock
Hermann Nitsch
Nobuhiko Obayashi
Hans Ulrich Obrist
Pauline OliverosYoko Ono
Tony Oursler
Nam June Paik
Jean Painleve
Charlemagne Palestine
Sydney Peterson
Kembra Pfahler
Yvonne Rainer
Robert RauschenbergMaja Ratkje
Man Ray
Hans Richter
Ron Rice
Terry Riley
David Rimmer
Pipilotti Rist
Donald Ritchie
Peter RoseKay Rosen
Jeri Cain Rossi
Jean Rouch
Walter Ruttmann
Helke Sander
Aram Saroyan
Carolee Schneeman
Werner Schroeter
Richard SerraCharles Simonds
Situationist Documentary
Jack Smith
Kiki Smith
Robert Smithson
Alexander Sokurov
Ladislaw Starewicz
Ralph Steiner
Paul StrandSurvival Research Laboratories
Taj Mahal Travellers
Jerry Tartaglia
Shuji Terayama
David Van Tieghem
Stan Vanderbeek
Agnes Varda
Ben Vautier
Edgard Varêse & Le Corbusier

Dziga Vertov
Rene Vienet
Bill Viola
Robert Watts
William Wegman
Herman G. Weinberg
Andy Warhol
Peter Weiss
Orson Welles

Peter Whitehead
Rachel Whiteread
Lloyd Michael Williams
David Wojnarowicz
Tadanori Yokoo
Zubi Zuva

     
This UbuWeb resource is curated by and presented in partnership with GreyLodge
The following films are presented for educational and non-commercial use only. All copyrights belong to the artists. About UbuWeb Film & VideoUbuWeb is pleased to present dozens of avant-garde films & videos for your viewing pleasure. However, it is important to us that you realize that what you will see is in no way comparable to the experience of seeing these gems as they were intended to be seen: in a dark room, on a large screen, with a good sound system and, most importantly, with a roomful of warm, like-minded bodies.However, we realize that the real thing isn’t very easy to get to. Most of us don’t live anywhere near theatres that show this kind of fare and very few of us can afford the hefty rental fees, not to mention the cumbersome equipment, to show these films. Thankfully, there is the internet which allows you to get a whiff of these films regardless of your geographical location.We realize that the films we are presenting are of poor quality. It’s not a bad thing; in fact, the best thing that can happen is that seeing a crummy shockwave file will make you want to make a trip to New York to the Anthology Film Archives or the Lux Cinema in London (or other places around the world showing similar fare). Next best case scenario will be that you will be enticed to purchase a high quality DVD from the noble folks trying to get these works out into the world. Believe me, they’re not doing it for the money.Please support these filmmakers and their distributors by purchasing their films. Please support the presenters of these works by going to see them in theatres whenever you can. We’ve complied a list of places where you can see them and buy them:Distributors:

Founded in 1962 and located in New York City, The Film-Maker’s Cooperative distributes more than 5,000 films in all gauges as well as videos:

www.film-makerscoop.com

Begun in 1961 as a screening series and established as a distributor in 1967, Canyon Cinema has more than 3500 films available for rent:

www.canyoncinema.com

The Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) has been Canada’s foremost non-commercial distributor of independent film since 1967:

www.cfmdc.org

The Lux Centre in London is the largest distributor of artist film in England and their site offers information about renting and buying films, as well as preservation tips for artists:

www.lux.org.uk

Founded in 1982 and located in Paris, Light Cone offers more than 2,300 films:

www.lightcone.org

Chicago’s Video Data Bank has represented one of the major collections of video art in North America since 1976:

www.vdb.org

Established in 1971, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) represents 175 artists and offers for rent or for sale more than 3,000 works:

eai.org/eai

Re:Voir began selling high quality video copies of renowned avant-garde films in 1994 and is today the premiere international label for experimental film artists:

www.re-voir.com
www.usa.re-voir.com

Venues:

The following is a very short list of venues. For a more complete list , please consult:

http://www.hi-beam.net/org/showindex.html

Anthology Film Archives (New York City)

www.anthologyfilmarchives.org

Millennium Film Workshop (New York City)

http://www.millenniumfilm.org/

San Francisco Cinematheque

www.sfcinematheque.org

Pacific Film Archive at the Berkeley Art Museum

www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa_programs/index.html

Artists’ Television Access

http://www.atasite.org/

Los Angeles Film Forum

www.lafilmfourm.org

Chicago Filmmakers

www.chicagofilmmakers.org

Northwest Film Forum (Seattle)

www.nwfilmforum.org

Aurora Picture Show (Houston)

http://www.aurorapictureshow.org

Eyedrum (Atlanta)

http://www.eyedrum.org/

The Pleasure Dome (Toronto)

www.pdome.org

Image Forum (Tokyo)

http://www.imageforum.co.jp/

Nova Cinema (Brussels, Belgium)

http://www.nova-cinema.org/

Other Film Festival (Australia)

http://www.otherfilm.org


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