Call number: DVD-4403


RICHTER, Hans
Dreams that Money Can Buy

Films International of America Inc., 1947
Producer: Hans Richter
Co-producer: Kenneth MacPherson
Screenplay: Hans Richter, in association with Dave Vern, Hans Rehfisch and Joseph Freeman
Photography: Arnold Eagle, in co-operation with Werner Brandes, Meyer Rosenblum, Herman Shulman
Production design: Hans Richter, in co-operation with Max Ernst, Paul Bowles, Fernand Léger, John Latouche, Libby Holmann, Josh White, Man Ray, Darius Milhaud, Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Alexander Calder, David Diamond, Louis Applebaum
Music: Louis Applebaum (segment "Narcissus"), Paul Bowles (segments "Desire", "Ballet"), John Cage (segment "Discs"), David Diamond (segment "Circus") Darius Milhaud (segment "Ruth, Roses, and Revolvers")

Joe / Narcissus		Jack Bittner
The Gangster 		John Latouche
With:			Libby Holman, Josh White, Doris Okerson	
80 minutes
In English with optional English subtitles for the hard of hearing

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RICHTER, Hans
Rhythmus 21 [Rhythm 21]

1921

3 minutes 02 seconds
Silent

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RICHTER, Hans
Vormittagsspuk [Ghosts Before Breakfast]

1927; released 14 July 1928
Producer: Hans Richter
Script: Werner Graeff
Photography: Reimar Kuntze

8 minutes 28 seconds
Silent

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RICHTER, Hans
Everyday

The Film Society London, 1929
In co-operation with Hans Arp, Nelly Van Doesburg, S.M. Eisenstein, Otto Freundlich and others
Sound: Hans Richter
Music: Robert Naughton
Policeman Sergei M. Eisenstein
With: Basil Wright, Michael Hankinson

16 minutes 32 seconds
No dialogue

DVD
Region code 2
Aspect ratio 1.33:1
Languages Optional English subtitles for the hard of hearing on Dreams that Money Can Buy
Features Alternative soundtrack by The Real Tuesday Weld
Filmed interview with The Real Tuesday Weld and Cibelle Cavalli, 2006, 11 minutes, in English
Three short films by Hans Richter: Rhythmus 21 (1921), Ghosts Before Breakfast (1928) and Everyday (1929), see above
Booklet
Source British Film Institute

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