The usual tiny weekend post.

*My favorite film title of the moment:

"Unglassed Windows Cast a Terrible Reflection"

A 1953 short by Stan Brakhage. I mean, that's fucking perfect.

It's included in the new Kino dvd release, Avant-Garde 2: Experimental Cinema from 1928-1954, which I will hopefully obtain shortly. The set also features an extended, 111-minute version of Isidore Isou's infamous 1951 letterist cinema treatise, Traité de bave et d’éternité, (Treatise of Slime and Eternity, although the Kino version is titled Venom and Eternity) which can be viewed in a shorter, low-quality version here, with occasionally unreadable white subtitles. Intermittently fascinating, wildly egotistical, and often deeply irritating - you'll want to see it remastered!