Avant Garde and Experimental Films
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Avant Garde and Experimental Films
A collection of some of the most famous avant garde films ever made. All silent with music scores: (1) "Un Chien Andulou" (1928-France) by Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali. (2) "Regen" (1929-holland) by Joris Ivens and Mannus Franken. (3) "Uberfall" (1929-Germany) by Erno Marzner. (4) "The Hearts of Age" (1934-usa) by Orson Welles, his first film. (5) "Ballet Mechanique" (1924-France) by Fernand Leger.
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