JON BEHRENS – Rare Screening of Experimental Films

by Red Cell

The Astrum Argentium (2003)

Considered to be one of the Northwest’s most prolific filmmakers, Jon Behrens is certainly still not a household name. For over 30 years he has been making his highly manipulated films and has been shown both nationally and internationally. He is best known for his poetic short experimental films and for his early Seattle punk rock documentations. Behrens has made well over 100 films of various lengths, subject matters and approaches. Saturday, June 12th is a rare opportunity to see some of his work at Millennium Film Archive. Check here for more info. And here is a link to Behrens’ website.

The Flickering of the Minds Eye (2001)

Program:

    – The Production and Decay of Strange Particles (7½ min., 2008)
    – Undercurrents (10 min., 1994)
    – The Astrum Argentium (6 min., 2006)
    – All Saints Day II (5 min., 2002)
    – Stan’s Salon (3 min-1997)
    – Fluffy Fluffy Calm Calm (10 min., 1998)
    – Anomalies of the Unconscious (12 min., 2003)
    – Vernal Obeisance (6 min., 2003)
    – The Flickering of the Mind’s Eye (10 min., 2001)

    Saturday, June 12th 2010
    Millennium Film Workshop
    66 East 4th Street, New York, NY
    Admission $8/$6 members

Anomalies of the Unconscious (2003)

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  1. Saro says:

    This is awesome to see! I used to know Jon when I lived in Seattle. We even screened our films at the same event once.

    FYI: keep up the good work!

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