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Ken Jacobs films Jonas Mekas, a fellow icon from the history of experimental film, at an apparently everyday and homely moment. But precisely these moments tend to be most meaningful.
BIO: A pioneer of the American film avant-garde of the 1960s and ’70s, Ken Jacobs is a central figure in post-war experimental cinema. From his first films of the late 1950s to his recent experiments with digital video, his investigations and innovations have influenced countless artists.