• Director

    Stephen Dwoskin

  • With

    Verity Bargate, Maurice Colbourne, Sally Gidal, Carolee Schneemann

  • UK 1970. 80min

  • Digital 2K (digital premiere)

Dwoskin’s first feature-length film is an intense, sexually charged journey to the end of the night, inspired by James Joyce’s Ulysses, and conceived as an attempt to paint with film. A classic of the transatlantic underground scene of the early 1970s, its cast includes Dwoskin’s fellow expatriate Carolee Schneemann, performance artist and director of the legendary Fuses. Entirely without dialogue, Times For’s soundtrack of loops, drones and found-sound is a tour de force of tape experimentalism, composed by Gavin Bryars.

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