Larry Kless' Film page


These are frames from my 16mm film "Cowboys Were Not Nice People", which was created entirely on an optical printer. The film is an exploration into the mythical frontiers of western culture and the romanticism of colonialism. My films and videos are available from Canyon Cinema, Inc.. and Film-makers' Cooperative in NYC.


Larry Kless (c) 1990 16mm color/sound


This is a still from my 1991 videotape "How They saw the New World" which examines the media's affect on our worldview, and how it has shaped our perception of history.






This is an animation which shows a transformation within the womb created using an Amiga Computer.


Some Film Links


ALVA FILMS -aka- Alfonso Alvarez

American Memory from the Library of Congress

Bolex H16 Everything you ever wanted to know

Canadian Filmmaker's Distribution Center

Canyon Cinema

CineMedia Site

CineOvid formerly OVID

CinemaS p a c e

Kevin Clark Deal -- on this site

Kevin Clark Deal -- on Flicker

Early Motion Pictures Home Page

The Film Festivals Server


Film-makers' Cooperative

Film, Preservation and Cultural Organizations

Flicker Home Page

Flicker: Other Interesting Links

The Internet Movie Archive

The Internet Movie Database

The International Federation of Film Archives

Motion Picture and Television Reading Room of the Library of Congress

Millennium Film Journal of avant-garde and experimental cinema

National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress, Home Page

Paper Tiger TV

Prelinger Archives

small movies



The UC Berkeley Libraries

University Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive

The Unoffical Bolex Homepage

U.S. National Film Registry -- Titles

WWW Sites Supporting Embedded QT Movies


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Last updated 2/19/05