|Plot||A series of playful films frame aspects of the medium in unlikely and ironic ways with each films posing a riddle or joke about then contemporary concepts in avant-garde film. For instance, An Angry Dog is a hand-held animation made from a Cracker-Jack toy, and Before the Fact shows filmmaker Saul Levine with students trying to mimic a previously recorded phrase and then trying to imitate each other imitating the recording. In It Dawn Down an ordinary take-up reel spins to make colorful and delicate patterns even though the film is black and white, while The Central Finger creates a perspectival puzzle from the hand of a mannequin. Includes: An Angry Dog (16mm, silent, 5 1/2 minutes, 1974); It Dawn Down (16mm, silent, 5 1/2 minutes, 1974); The Central Finger (16mm, silent, 5 1/2 minutes, 1974); Before the Fact (16mm, 6 minutes, 1974), made with Saul Levine and Students at S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton; The Autobiography Of Benjamin Franklin (16mm, silent, 4 minutes, 1975); New York State Primaries (16mm, 5 1/2 minutes, 1975); Still At Work (16mm, 4 minutes, 1975).... search for Cartoons on IMDb|
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