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Directed by Kenneth MacPherson
Produced in 1930
Main Language - Silent
Countries & Regions - British Film
Hilda Doolittle, Paul Robeson
Starring Paul Robeson, Borderline is avant-garde in style and daring in subject, dealing in interracial sexual entanglements and homoerotic undertones. Heavily influenced by Sergei Eisenstein's montage and GW Pabst's psychological realism, it moves between the boundaries of black and white, male and female, and the borders of dreams and reality. Borderline was a feature-length film from the 'Pool' group of inter-war intellectuals (Hilda Doolittle, Winifred Bryher, Kenneth MacPherson) responsible for the film journal 'Close-Up'.
Also includes Kenwin (Goel, 1986) a documentary about the house which H.D., Bryher and Macpherson built at La Tour-de-Peilz.
Length: 71 mins
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1
Format: DVD B&W
Released: 10th May 2007
Cat No: BFIVD735
Subtitles: Optional English
- 2 discs
- Interview with Courtney Pine
- Commentary by photographer/artist David A Bailey (TBC)
- Kenwin (Veronique Goel, 1996) (86 mins)