From: Brett Kashmere (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 20 2008 - 19:12:56 PDT
I'm trying to locate a print source for the following quote:
"In the 60s they said it was underground and it wasn’t. Now nobody says anything and it really is." - Stan Brakhage
I thought the quote came from Gary Higgins, Rodrigo Garcia Lopes, and Thomas Connick, "Grisled Roots: An Interview with Stan Brakhage," Millennium Film Journal 26 (Fall 1992), but I just re-read the text and it's not in there.
Can anyone help me? Or did I willfully imagine that Brakhage said this?
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