George Landow aka Owen Land

George Landow aka Owen Land
US 1944

As George Landow, Owen Land was one of the most original American filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s. His early materialist works anticipated ‘structural film’, the definition of which provoked his rejection of film theory and convention. The uniqueness of Land’s mature work lies in the skillful fusion of reason and, significantly, the humour that distances it from the supposedly ‘boring’ world of experimental film.

Mark Webber

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