Stations of the Elevated [DVD] [1980]

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Overview

Special Features

  • A brief history of Manfred Kirchheimer - short video by one of Kirchheimer's many students
  • Disc One:
  • Disc Two:
  • Film treatment and script notes - downloadable PDF
  • New interview with director Manfred Kirchheimer
  • New interviews with Kirchheimer about the making of each short film
  • Old timers day at 5pointz - artists come together to paint a legendary wall
  • Stations locations - video update
  • Writer's bench - new video discussion about graffiti in the film with artist Lee Quinones (Lee) and artist/historian David (Chino) Villorente

Synopsis

Stations of the Elevated
This impressionistic documentary is presented by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Director Manfred Kirchheimer has created a study in motion of the graffiti tattooing New York subway trains, set to the jazz of the legendary Charles Mingus. The program approaches graffiti not as vandalism, but as art, taking viewers along the routes of the subway and elevated tracks. ~ Steve Blackburn, Rovi

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