Pure Cinema, Abstract Movies, and Experimental Visual Films

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Nirvanacinema
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I love a lot of the films featured on this website. What I especially love about Baraka is the cinematic technique. I love the amazing cinematography, the exquisite editing, the slow motion and time-lapse, and the incredible music and sounds. So exhilirating and beautiful.

Has anyone seen any other kinds of abstract non-story non-acted visual cinema? I love Dziga Vertov's "Man With the Movie Camera"
Jordan Belson's 16mm abstract films
Arthur Lipsett's "21-87"
Bruce Conner's "A Movie"
Leni Riefenstahl's "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympia"
"60 Cycles"
Rene Clair's "Entr'acte"
Norman McLaren's "Pas de deux"
George Lucas's abstract and experimental 16mm films from the 1960s like "Herbie", 6-18-67", 1:42.08", "Look At Life", and "The Emperor",
Slavko Vorkapich's great hollywood montages and his 2 visual tone poems with montagist John Hoffman, "Forest Murmurs" and "Moods of the Sea",
Sergei Eisenstein's "Sentimental Romance"
Stan Brakhage's "Dog Star Man" and "Co-mingled Containers"

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