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MOSES PENDLETON PRESENTS MOSES PENDLETON

USA, 1982 (MIFF 1983)

Director: Robert Elfstrom

This is a portrait of Moses Pendleton, choreographer-dancer, presenting the artist at home, alone on his 33rd birthday, The film includes excerpts from "Philopolus" and Pendleton's own "Momix."

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