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Lloyd Michael Williams

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Lloyd Michael Williams was one of the many experimental filmmakers working in New York during the 1960s; his most complex and personal film is Line of Apogee. However, he also made a series of delightful shorts, of which Wipes (1963), winner of the Grand Prize at the Canyon Cinema Film Festival in 1964, is perhaps the most accessible, and at a running time of one minutes, easily fits into nearly anyone’s schedule.

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