Thomas White & Allan Zion – Who’s Crazy? (1966)

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The story behind the rediscovery of “Who’s Crazy?,” a 1965 film directed by Thomas White that’s screening at Anthology Film Archives tonight through Sunday, is so unusual that it raised my suspicions along with my curiosity. The movie screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1966, but it hasn’t been shown publicly since then and was widely believed to be lost. (Also, White never made another feature.) In its absence, the movie was famous for its soundtrack—in particular, for its music score, by the central jazz modernist Ornette Coleman and his trio. Continue reading