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James Broughton (November 10 1913, Modesto, California, USAMay 17, 1999, Port Townsend, Washington, USA) was "first and foremost a poet", a playwright, and avant-garde filmmaker.

A selected collection of his work, All: A James Broughton Reader, edited by Jack Foley, was released in 2007 by White Crane Books.

"The Selected Films of James Broughton" is a DVD compilation of seventeen films on 3 discs, released in 2006 by Facets Multimedia.

Filmography

  • Adventures of Jimmy (1950) 11 min 16 mm
  • The Bed (1968) 20 min 16 mm
  • Devotions (with Joel Singer) (1983) 22 min 16 mm
  • Dreamwood (1972) 45 min 16 mm
  • Erogeny (1976) 6 min 16 mm
  • Four in the Afternoon (1951) 15 min 16 mm
  • The Gardener of Eden (with Joel Singer) (1981) 8.5 min 16 mm
  • The Golden Positions (1970) 16 mm
  • Hermes Bird (1979) 11 min 16 mm
  • High Kukus (1973) 3 min 16 mm
  • Loony Tom, The Happy Lover (1951) 10.5 min 16 mm
  • Mother's Day (1948) 16 mm
  • Nuptiae (1969) 14 min 16 mm
  • The Pleasure Garden (1953) 38 min 16 mm
  • The Potted Psalm (with Sidney Peterson) 1946) 25 min
  • Scattered Remains (with Joel Singer) (1988) 14 min 16 mm
  • Shaman Psalm (with Joel Singer) (1981) 7 min 16 mm
  • Song of the Godbody (with Joel Singer) (1977) 11 min 16 mm
  • Testament (1974) 1974) 20 min 16 mm
  • This Is It (1971) 10 min 16 mm
  • Together (with Joel Singer) (1976) 3 min 16 mm
  • The Water Circle (1975) 3 min 16 mm
  • Windowmobile (with Joel Singer) (1977) 8 min 16 mm

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