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TWO MOON JULY

USA, 1986 (MIFF 1987, The Kitchen - Take 1, The Kitchen - Take 2)

Director: Tom Bowes

Two Moon July is a lyrical collage of performance music media and visual art made for television. The viewer joins two technical directors as they conduct a rehearsal for a live performance. Performances by: Laurie Anderson, David Byrne, Molissa Fenley, Philip Glass, Bill T. Jones, George Lewis, Arto Lindsay and Tony Nogueira, Evan and John Lurie. Visual Art Installations by: Jonathan Borofsky, Brian Eno, Cindy Sherman and Robert Longo. Video and film by Vito Acconci, Michel Auder, Dara Bimbaum, Bruce Connor, Gregory Miller, Eric Mitchell, John Sanborn and Kit Fitzgeralad, and Bill Viola.

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