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Bruce Baillie

experimental filmmaker

Bruce Baillie (Aberdeen, 1931) is an American cinematic artist and founding member of Canyon Cinema in San Francisco. In 1961, Baillie, along with friend and fellow cinematic artist Chick Strand, among others, founded San Francisco Cinematheque. His striking body of cinematic work includes such masterpieces as To Parsifal (1963), Mass For The Dakota Sioux (1964), Castro Street (1966), and Valentin de las Sierras (1967).

Update: 3 May 2016

Has participated in

Illuminating Vision (II): Between Images

The CCCB's cinema

Somewhere Between Here and Heaven. Bruce Baillie

The CCCB's cinema

Landscape Plus. The cinema of Laida Lertxundi