These most radically experimental of Dulac’s films are the fruit of an intense period of aesthetic exploration and her quest for an “integral” cinema based on visual rhythms and compositions. The notorious Seashell, written by Artaud, often is considered the first Surrealist film.
Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Germaine Dulac: Duty, Deviance and Desire
The Desire for Form: The Seashell and Clergyman with abstract shorts
Pacific Film Archive