Jonas mekas in i had nowhere to go photograph courtesy of tiff t he villain is the 20th century says emigre film maker jonas mekas in douglas gordons pompous empty feature film about . In the 98 minutes of i had nowhere to go portrait of a displaced person there are about 10 minutes of visuals the rest of the experience takes place on a black screen as accompanying . I had nowhere to go directed by douglas gordon documentary 1h 40m more information by glenn kenny may 10 2018 jonas mekas is a filmmaker writer and curator a champion of the avant garde in . During frieze london from october 3 through 7 gagosian britannia street will screen douglas gordons 2016 film i had nowhere to go portrait of a displaced person the film is a portrait of jonas mekas the legendary artist filmmaker poet curator and godfather of american avant garde cinema. By contrast i had nowhere to go proceeds with one minute of real time per year of mekass momentous life including his journey from a forced labor camp and a displaced persons center during the second world war and his emigration from lithuania to new york
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