In 1954 in New York City, two displaced persons from Lithuania, Adolfas and Jonas Mekas, founded a film magazine that would come to shape the discourse about the intersections among cinema, society and the arts in the United States and beyond. Between 1955 to 1996, Film Culture became a unique platform for exchanges between filmmakers and audiences, theory and practice, cinema and art. Attending to the European avant-garde, Soviet revolutionary cinema, auteurs in Europe and Hollywood, Film Culture featured an eclectic mix of interviews, manifestos, film analyses, poetry and photo essays.
Over twenty years since the magazine ceased publication, silent green Film Feld Forschung returns to the story of the magazine to ask what it means to edit film culture today.
Talks, concerts, exhibition, film series, publications.