NOVA EXPRESS – “CRAB NEBULA” – Andre Perkowski’s Eternally Shifting Film

by Red Cell

An excerpt from draft 5 (Crab Nebula) of Andre Perkowski’s eternally changing and shifting film, “NOVA EXPRESS” based on the writings of William S. Burroughs. As it stands now, the movie is three hours in length. You can see many other sections/clips of this film here. There is a great interview with Andre Perkowski here.

Courtesy of Carl Weissner, an excerpt from a 1967 reading of “Crab Nebula”
Peter Bergman on Radio Free Oz reads “Death Dwarf in the Street”
Phil Proctor reads “The Saragossa Cafe”
Music – Kristin Palker & Andre Perkowski
Thanks to: James Grauerholz / Oliver Harris / Jan Herman / Keith Seward / Carl Weissner

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