1969

Putney Swope

Putney Swope

Director: Robert Downey Sr.
Year: 1969
Synopsis: After the CEO croaks during a boardroom meeting at a Madison Avenue ad agency, members trying to sabotage each other's chance of winning the top spot each vote for the token black guy, thereby electing Putney Swope. Swope swoops into action, firing them all and replacing them with armed radicals, soul brothers, and sexy red-hot mamas. (from Image Entertainment)

T, O, U, C, H, I, N, G,

T, O, U, C, H, I, N, G,

Director: Paul Sharits
Year: 1969
Starring poet David Franks whose voice appears on soundtrack/an uncutting and unscratching mandala. (from Canyon Cinema)

The Fall

The Fall

Director: Peter Whitehead
Year: 1969
Synopsis: The film starts with a ceremonial immersion into the feminine, a loosing of control, the cameraman engulfed in a kaleidoscope of image-moments as he arrives in NY to film its breathing. Here we are in the eye of the 60's project, Godard and Mcluhan the presiding deities, their messages taken to liminal extremes. (from official site)