Films byTexts by Bruce Baillie
Bruce Baillie, 1971, 56’

Part Eastern philosophy, part gunslinger Western, Quick Billy plays as a “horse opera in four reels” and meditation on the transformation of life to death, conceived for viewing with a single projector to allow the natural pauses between reels.


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Filmmaker, Canyon Cinema founder and San Francisco Cinematheque co-founder Bruce Baillie has passed away at the age of 88.

Bruce Baillie, 1966, 3’

“One shot, early summer in Mendocino. Song, All my life by Ella Fitzgerald with Teddy Wilson and his orchestra.”1