Three film diaries of Taylor Mead, a superstar of underground film. Includes: My Home Movies (1964), Home Movies Rome/Florence/Venice/Greece (1965), and Home Movies/N.Y.C. to San Diego (1968).
Taylor Mead was an American writer, actor and performer who appeared in several of Andy Warhol’s underground films filmed at Warhol’s Factory, as well as in works by Robert Downey Sr., Adolfas Mekas, and Ron Rice.
“My home movies which weigh 2 pounds so far began in Mexico City where I got bored and bought a 50-ft. Keystone at National Pawn Shop-I was immediately turned on-to the City, to Mexico-it really makes a difference-and in 16mm-but I wanted to shoot in color and it costs about 10 dollars/50 ft. in Mexico so I had to push single frame button much of the time-oh me, but its lovely anyway-I kept pushing once I crossed border into U.S. and N.Y. and Malibu” – T.M.
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