Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis Image

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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.
Runtime: 94 min
Production: Tongue Press
Genre: Documentary
Country: USA
Language: English
Director Credit
Mary Jordan Director
Writer Credit
Mary Jordan Writer
Cast Credit
Gary Indiana Himself
George Kuchar Himself
Helen Gee Herself
Henry Hills Himself
Ira Cohen Himself
Ivan Galietti Himself
Jack Smith Himself
Ken Jacobs Himself
Mike Kelley Himself
Nayland Blake Himself
Richard Foreman Himself
Robert Heide Himself
Sylvere Lotringer Himself
Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt Himself
Tony Conrad Himself
Producer Credit
Kenneth Peralta Producer
Kenneth Wayne Producer
Mary Jordan Producer
Richard Prince Executive Producer
Ross Morgan Executive Producer
Stephen Kessler Executive Producer
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