Video/Film , DVD in English

Bruce Baillie Volume 1

  • [United States : B. Baillie], 2009, ©2008.
  • 2nd ed., "Red Rose."
  • 1 videodisc (55 min.) : sound, colored w/ b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
  • DVD-R.
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Also known as
  • Title on back of container: Five favorites by Bruce Baillie
Credits
  • Written and directed by Bruce Baillie.
Subjects
Genre
  • Experimental films.
  • Short films.
  • Short films United States.
  • Fiction films.
Summary
  • Tung: silent portrait-poem of a friend from an image on waking.
  • Mass for the Dakota Sioux: requiem mass tribute to the Lakota, early inhabitants of the filmmaker's place of birth in South Dakota.
  • Valentin de las sierras: An experimental film shot with limited equipment in the State of Jalisco, Mexico.
  • Castro Street: Light, color, and sound of the San Francisco street and especially the industrial and railroad presence.
  • All my life: Set to the song of the same name sung by Ella Fitzgerald, the film is a single continuous shot of the light, blue sky, and red roses along an ancient Celtic fence in Caspar, Calif.
Contents
  • Tung (ca. 5 min. ; si., col. ; 1966)
  • Mass for the Dakota Sioux (ca. 20 min. ; sd., b&w ; 1963-1964)
  • Valentin de las sierras (10 min. ; sd., color ; 1968)
  • Castro Street (10 min. ; sd., col. w/ b&w ; 1966)
  • All my life (3 min. ; sd., col. ; 1966).
Other information
  • Experimental films employing images, music, and ambient sounds.
  • Title from disc label.
  • Digitally remastered.
  • Includes booklet inserted in container ([16] p.) with photos from the filmmaker.
  • Restrictions: Public performance rights granted, Canyon Cinema, August 9, 2013.
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 681402660
  • OCLC: 681402660