Rental Format(s): 16mm film

Special Package, includes:

Part of the TRILDOGY. Music by Fletcher Henderson.

"A short, quick, neat and amusing opener (for 'underground' film programs) that will start the audience off in a good mood and clear you immediately of the suspicion of being arty. You won't go wrong with this one."
- Journal of Popular Film

An hilarious and somewhat erotic illustration of staying power, starring Gypsy Rose (the Wire-haired Pointing Griffon), "That poor mutt with the peanut butter in her teeth."
- Filmmakers Newsletter

"Begun in 1972 with the 6th Annual Kenyon (Ohio) Film Festival, awarded for merit, and an understanding of the basic rudiments and essential mystery required for artistic expression in the medium of film. This award goes to the winner with the understanding that it not only appeals to the sophisticate, but also to the plebian and the vulgar: 'This is the ultimate fact which we so quickly reach on this, as on every topic, the resolution of all into the ever-blessed One. Self-existence is the attribute of the Supreme Cause, and it constitutes the measure of good by the degree in which it enters into all lower forms.' - Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance."
- Brian Mark and Gregory Andorfer, Director of the Film Festival
1970, 16mm, color/so, 3m

Part of the TRILDOGY. Music by Clyde McCoy.

The essence of the law against inertia featuring the command performance of Gypsy Rose. A companion piece to be shown with UP AND ATOM.
1975, 16mm, color/so, 3m

RON AMOK (Dog Party)
Part of the TRILDOGY. Music by Clyde McCoy.

An overview of six pooches interacting at an all-dog birthday party. A prizewinner in the 1977 Ann Arbor Film Festival that documents the lack of discipline possible when dogs establish a pecking order (shot in time-lapse so that the basic rhythms and patterns of the dogs' movements are more apparent).
1977, 16mm, color/so, 4m

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