Kurt Kren - Which Way To CA?

Kurt Kren - Which Way To CA?

Synopsis

"What does it mean to recognize a documentary gesture in Kren's films? What is being documented? The documentary images that Kren uses in his works do not arise out of a plan, but instead, come from the right moment, a coincidence, a momentary observation, or a seized opportunity." – Michael Palm

Film Listing

- 18/68 Venecia Kaputt (1968, 0’20 mins)
- 22/69 Happy-End (1969, 4’02 mins)
- 23/69 Underground Explosion (1969, 5’07 mins)
- 24/70 Western (1970, 2’54 mins)
- 26/71 Zeichenfilm Balzac Und Das Auge Gottes (1971, 0’31 mins)
- 27/71 Auf Der Pfaueninsel (1971, 1’21 mins)
- 29/73 Ready-Made (1973, 12’20 mins)
- 30/73 Coop Cinema Amsterdam (1973, 3 mins)
- 33/77 Keine Donau (1977, 8’16 mins)
- 34/77 Tschibo (1977, 1’58 mins)
- 39/81 Which Way To CA? (1981, 3’18 mins)
- 40/81 Breakfast Im Grauen (1981, 3’13 mins)
- 41/82 Getting Warm (1982, 3’22 mins)
- 42/83 No Film (1983, 03 secs)
- 43/84 1984 (1984, 1’43 mins)
- 44/85 Foot’-Age Shoot’-Out (1985, 3’03 mins)
- 46/90 Falter 2 (1990, 30 secs)
- 50/96 Snapspots (For Bruce) (1996, 4’12 mins)

Special Features

- Hans Scheugl: Keine Donau - Kurt Kren Und Seine Filme (1988, 55 mins)