Deathtripping: The Cinema of Transgression (ScreenPrint)
Deathtripping is an illustrated history, account and critique of the "Cinema Of Transgression", providing a long-overdue and comprehensive documentation of this essential modern sub-cultural movement and its roots in the New York art/rock and underground film scenes.080931651X|Robert Dodsley (1703-1764) started life humbly for a man destined to become his century's premier...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Soft Skull Press
(first published October 1995)
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I read this book for the first time maybe about 15 years ago after having wandered into a screening of Nick Zedd's short film "Police State" and becoming curious about this very underground and very local genre of film. I enjoyed it, learned quite a lot of interesting things and ended up watching the work of most of the artists in the book, particularly Cassandra Stark (also known as Casandra Stark Mele or Ro Mello)
Dec 27, 2008 Daniel Levesque rated it 3 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This book has tons of great interviews and doesn't rely heavily on "shock". An honest account of the work of our greatest transgressive filmmakers, smartly done. So many good pictures, too.