Using a 16mm Bolex camera, Andy Warhol shot a series of black-and-white screen tests in his notorious Factory during the 1960s. The original tests were silent, but the songwriting duo Dean & Britta have recorded both original and cover songs for this release.
Description by Alternative Distribution Alliance:
The first ever authorized DVD release of films by Andy Warhol. Features thirteen of his classic silent, black and white film portraits. Subjects include Nico, Lou Reed, Edie Sedgwick, Dennis Hopper, and more. Shot between 1964 and 1966 at Warhol's Factory in NYC, these screen tests are presented with newly commissioned soundtracks performed by Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips (formerly of Luna and currently recording as Dean & Britta). Includes behind the scenes making of the new soundtrack, a video interview with Dean & Britta, and a 40-page booklet with liner notes and biographies of the screen test subjects.
Art / Artists |
Cult Film |
New York City |