Kenneth Anger

Films

Eaux d’Artifice

Invocation of My Demon Brother

Lucifer Rising

Related Links

Artist’s Website

Canyon Cinema

Senses of Cinema

Wikipedia

Archival Collections

Anthology Film Archives, Library

Anthology Film Archives.

Biographical files, [ca. 1920-1985], [ca. 1960-1970] (bulk).

ca. 52 cubic ft.

Arrangement of Materials: Alphabetical by name.

Anthology Film Archives, Library

Anthology Film Archives.

Film stills collection, [ca. 1920-1970], [ca. 1960-1970] (bulk)

ca. 12 cubic ft.

Arrangement of Materials: Alphabetical by name of director.

Museum of Modern Art

Anger, Kenneth.

Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material.

1 folder.

Whitney Museum of American Art

Anger, Kenneth.

Kenneth Anger artist file.

1 folder.

References

Allison, Deborah. “Eaux d’Artifice: Wet Dreams and Water Sports in the Garden of Delights.” Senses of Cinema 46 (2008): 19. Print.
Anger, Kenneth. “Letter to Amos Vogel from Kenneth Anger, 10/15/55.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 49. Print.
—. “Letter to Amos Vogel from Kenneth Anger, 10/29/57.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 87–88. Print.
—. “Letter to Amos Vogel from Kenneth Anger, 11/26/54.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 42–43. Print.
—. “Letter to Amos Vogel from Kenneth Anger, 2/23/54.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 28–30. Print.
—. “Letter to Amos Vogel from Kenneth Anger, 8/28/54.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 34–35. Print.
—. “Valentino Remembered – in Italy.” Classic Images (1995): 53. Print.
Auster, Al. “Hollywood Babylon.” Cineaste 7.1 (1975): 44. Print.
Brook, Vincent. “Puce Modern Moment: Camp, Postmodernism, and the Films of Kenneth Anger.” Journal of Film & Video 58.4 (2006): 3–15. Print.
Cagle, Robert L. “Auto-eroticism: Narcissism, Fetishism, and Consumer Culture.” Cinema Journal 33 (1994): 23–33. Print.
—. “Auto-Eroticism: Narcissism, Fetishism, and Consumer Culture.” Cinema Journal 33.4 (1994): 23–33. Print.
Carroll, Noël. “Identity and Difference: From Ritual Symbolism to Condensation in Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome.” Millennium Film Journal. Spring80 1980: 31-42. Print.
Cosgrove, Stuart. “The Art of Scandal.” New Statesman & Society 3 (1990): 25–26. Print.
Cousins, Mark. “The Wild Bunch.” Sight & Sound 19.9 (2009): 22–23. Print.
Crawford, Travis. “Confessions of A Dangerous Mind.” MovieMaker 14.70 (2007): 114–115. Print.
Cunliffe, Patricia. “The Meaning of Anger.” AMASS 12 (2003): 51–60. Print.
Daly, Steven, and David Kamp. “THE FILM SNOBS’S DICTIONARY VOL. 2.” Vanity Fair. Mar. 2004 : 332-4. Print.
Fischer, Lucy. “Rabbit’s Moon: The Pierrot Figure in Theater, Painting and Film.” Millennium Film Journal 10/11 (1981): 123–139. Print.
From “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome.” 2007. Print.
Gerstner, David Anthony. “Queer Angels of History Take It and Leave It from Behind.” Stanford Humanities Review 7 (1999): 150–165. Print.
Gunning, Tom. “Magick Weapon.” Artforum International 45.7 (2007): 99–100. Print.
Haller, Robert. “Moving Bodies After Maya Deren.” Dance on Camera Journal 9.5 (2006): 1. Print.
Haug, Kate. “An Interview with Kenneth Anger.” Wide Angle 18 (1996): 74–92. Print.
Hays, Matthew. “Kenneth Anger, Director: Fireworks at Sixty.” Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide. Apr. 2007: 46-7. Print.
Hukku, Sanjay. “Anger Rising.” Soma 22.1 (2008): 10. Print.
James, David. “Peregrinations of the Avant Garde: The Chelsea Girls Go to Russia.” Millennium Film Journal 38 (2002): 9–18. Print.
“Kenneth Anger [additions and Corrections].” Film Dope (1988): 22–23. Print.
“Look Back at Anger.” Sight & Sound 14.10 (2004): 4–5. Print.
Lowry, Ed. “The Appropriation of Signs in SCORPIO RISING.” Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film & Television 20 (1983): 41–46. Print.
Maddin, Guy. “Everyone Needs a Sailor Friend.” Film Comment 43.3 (2007): 36–39. Print.
Margulies, Ivone. “After the Fall: Peggy Ahwesh’s Verite.” Motion Picture 3 (1989): 31–33. Print.
May, Richard P. “Hollywood—October 2007.” SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal. Vol. 116. 2007. 488–489. Print.
N. J. “The Films of Kenneth Anger – Volume One.” Sight & Sound 17.7 (2007): 88–89. Print.
Rayns, Tony. “Inflammable Desires.” Sight & Sound 19.7 (2009): 32–36. Print.
Scott, Marcia. “Cinema of the Occult.” Release Print 30.4 (2007): 30–31. Print.
Smith, Rupert. “Heroes & Villains: Kenneth Anger.” Gay Times. Nov. 2007 : 226. Print.
—. “Porn’s Dawn.” Gay Times. July 2005 : 26-8. Print.
STULTS, CHRIS. “Collective Unconscious.” Film Comment 46.3 (2010): 58–63. Print.
Suarez, Juan. “Kenneth Anger’s ‘Scorpio Rising’: Avant-garde Textuality and Social Performance.” Cinefocus 2 (1992): 20–31. Print.
SUÁREZ, JUAN A. “Myth, Matter, Queerness: The Cinema of Willard Maas, Marie Menken, and the Gryphon Group, 1943-1969.” Grey Room. Summer 2009 : 58-87. Print.
Toop, David. “Cold World: The Deathly Void of Sound.” Soundtrack 2.2 (2009): 87–97.
Varela, Willie. “We Will Not Go Quietly: Some Thoughts on the Avant-Garde, Then and Now.” Journal of Film & Video 57.1/2 (2005): 3–8. Print.
Vogel, Amos. “Letter to Kenneth Anger from Amos Vogel, 11/27/57.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 89–90. Print.
—. “Letter to Kenneth Anger from Amos Vogel, 4/23/53.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 12. Print.
—. “Letter to Kenneth Anger from Amos Vogel, 4/23/56.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 62. Print.
—. “Letter to Kenneth Anger from Amos Vogel, 9/21/54.” Wide Angle 19 (1997): 36. Print.
Witmer, Jon D. “Road Warriors.” American Cinematographer 92.10 (2011): 28–43. Print.



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