May 25, 1933 (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
Star Spangled to Death
Disorient Express (1996)
The Georgetown Loop (1996)
Keaton’s Cops (1991)
Perfect Film (1985)
The Doctor’s Dream (1978)
Spaghetti Aza (1976)
Urban Peasants (1975)
Tom, Tom, The Piper’s Son (1969)
Soft Rain (1968)
Lisa and Joey in Connecticut: “You’ve Come Back!” “You’re Still Here!” (1965)
Thirties Man: Chapter One of the Big Blackout of ’65 (1965)
Naomi Is a Vision of Loveliness (1965)
The Sky Socialist (1965– )
The Winter Footage (1964)
We Stole Away (1964)
Baud’Larian Capers (1963)
Blonde Cobra (1959-63)
Little Stabs at Happiness (1959-63)
The Death of P’Town (1961)
Star Spangled to Death (1957-59) (2003-04)
Saturday Afternoon Blood Sacrifice: TV Plug: Little Cobra Dance (1957)
Orchard Street (1955)
Studied painting with Hans Hofmann, one of the founders of Abstract Expressionism.
Founded the Millennium Film Workshop in 1967, a filmmakers cooperative.
Helped organize the SUNY educational system’s first Department of Cinema while teaching at Binghamton University where he continues to be a Distinguished Professor Emeritus.
1994: Recipient of AFI’s Maya Deren Independent Film and Video Artists Award.
Conversation with History: Interview
Wikipedia: Bio and info
Film Books About Ken Jacobs:
An Introduction to the American Underground Film by Sheldon Renan (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, 1967) (Published simultaneously in Canada by Clarke, Irwin and Company, Limited, Toronto and Vancouver) (pp. 147-153.)
Conversations with History: Ken Jacobs