Vincent van Go-Go

  • 11'
  • West Germany
  • 1967
An impressionist-anchored, pop art-driven, surrealist animation about war fears, industrial overdevelopment, and many other civilisational neuroses. A colourful counterpart to Clay & Nordhoff’s probably earlier Hands Up Mr. Rasnichi, which was seemingly little shown and is not even mentioned in any of their currently consultable filmographies. A true discovery. Screens before Mat Magic.
Directors
Hal Clay, Florenz Fuchs von Nordhoff
Country of production
West Germany
Production Year
1967
Festival Edition
IFFR 2021
Length
11'
Medium
Digital
Language
no dialogue
Producers
Hal Clay, Florenz Fuchs von Nordhoff
Sales
Filmmuseum München