Since there was a movie I wanted to see, and didn’t see it being made, I decided it had to be my job to make it. And absolutely nothing was being taught in schools how to make films. I couldn’t take a class in filmmaking. I had to invent my own ways of making movies. All I could learn was how to glue one piece of film to another. A Movie was made in the most primitive film editing process that is possible. You just glue it together. (…) Although A Movie is being used today in teaching film classes, the way I made it is not the way anybody is ever taught how to make films. (Bruce Conner)
This film is part of the program Carte Blanche für Siegfried A. Fruhauf.
- Bruce Conner