MM Serra: Moving Image Maker
In 1962, New York’s most cutting-edge filmmakers, including Jonas Mekas, Shirley Clarke, and Jack Smith, gathered to form the
New American Cinema Group—a coalition of fiercely independent artists united through a shared desire to combat the “false,
polished, slick” Hollywood product with films “rough, unpolished, but alive.” Initially created as the group’s distribution arm, the
Film-Maker’s Cooperative continues to function as an archive, research center, screening room, and home for a thriving collective
of independent filmmakers.
This series is sponsored by the Department of Communication and Culture, Film and Media Studies
Program, the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, and the IU Cinema. Special thanks to Noelle Griffis. Screenings are free, but ticketed.
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