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Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis

  • Documentary and factual
  • 2006
  • Mary Jordan
  • 94 mins

Summary

A mesmerizing collage of images and audio from the life and work of Jack Smith, the underground filmmaker, photographer, performance artist, and anti-capitalist, who worked in New York from the '60s until his death in 1989. Highlights include the story behind the Supreme Court case over the banning of his 1963 classic Flaming Creatures.

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Credits

Cast

rolename
SelfJack Smith
SelfNayland Blake
SelfIra Cohen
ComposerTony Conrad
SelfRichard Foreman
SelfIvan Galietti
Limelight Gallery founderHelen Gee
SelfRobert Heide
SelfHenry Hills
SelfGary Indiana

Crew

rolename
DirectorMary Jordan
ProducerKenneth Peralta
ProducerKenneth Wayne
ComposerRobert Aaron
ComposerJoel Diamond
ComposerThurston Moore
ComposerMatt Morandi
EditorAlex Márquez

Details

Languages
English
Formats
Colour
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