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Avantgarde-ﬁlms) and except Cavalcanti, all the important creators. I have also 3 of my Avantgarde ﬁlms here: Ghosts, Filmstudy (with scene of D. Milhaud) & Everything Turns [Ghosts Before Breakfast (Vormittagspuk in German), 1927; Film Study, 1926; Everything Turns, Everything Revolves (Alles Drecht Sich, Alles Bewegt Sich in German), 1929]. —I could send you a short article if you have your pamphlet not yet printed!? g. —I send you here for your information a pamphlet which I wrote 3 years ago (after I found out at the Mus.
Fischinger and the Whitney brothers are working exclusively in non-objective directions. But aside from these two, if there [are] any experimental ﬁlms being made today in America on a truly sincere artistic basis—excluding your work—they are certainly being kept top secret. Our program is rounding out now, although it is still full of gaps. We are very curious about your latest ﬁlm, the Anais Nin, and we are wondering if it might be ready for showing by the ﬁrst of Nov. Did Foster ask you if you could write a short statement for our pamphlet?
Vine Street, and he seems to have lines on quite a few experimental ﬁlms—although he is primarily interested in non-objective, animated ﬁlms. He has done some interesting ones himself and we are going to include them on our ANIMATED FILM AS AN ART FORM program. You might write to him if you are interested, although I know that you are more interested yourself in imaginative reality. And this is the type of thing so difﬁcult to ﬁnd. We had to laugh in reading your letter regarding the pompous and grandiose scenarios you have become aware of.
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