A vivid cinematic document of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company's final performances.
This fragmented novel comes across like the self-indulgent notes of a spoiled wunderkind who thinks that every one of his utterances is worth preserving.
A stunning, mesmerizing, frightening avant-garde journey into a cinematic world ravaged by destruction.
Le Havre — and Le Havre not. Ha.
Genius isn't easy, art isn't always pleasant. Somebody caring enough to use popular music to create both is reason for celebration.
Why couldn't this have been a Peter Frampton odyssey instead?
The work of an avant-garde filmmaker who can be boring, fascinating, hilarious, and somehow all of these at once.
This counterculture artist and designer's memoir is full of interesting anecdotes.
The future and the past give birth to cats in this tribute to a little-known avant-garde movement.
Cale is still pushing the envelope by blending pop music with an avant-garde sensibility.