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Playwright Samuel Beckett’s only foray into film production was an experimental 22-minute short called Film, starring silent comedy legend Buster Keaton in New York in 1964. Notfilm is a documentary essay by filmmaker Ross Lipman, who explores the history of the movie Film and the lives of the people who made it possible, including producer Barney Rossett, who at Grove Press published provocative, game-changing work by Henry Miller and D.H. Lawrence, as well as Beckett. Woven through Notfilm are fascinating interviews with participants and observers, including Alan and Jean Schneider, Haskell Wexler, Billie Whitelaw, James Karen, Kevin Brownlow and Leonard Maltin. Music: Mihály Vig. Producers: Amy Heller, Dennis Doros. Writer/Director: Ross Lipman. (US 2015) 128 min. (The original Film makes the entire program 150 minutes.)
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