Arthur Lipsett, Canada, 1968, 24 min

This experimental short conveys avant-garde filmmaker ARTHUR LIPSETT’s view of the human condition and the chaotic planet on which we live. As in his other films (Very Nice, Very Nice; 21-87), the flow of images in Fluxes seems somewhat disjointed and erratic – yet it all builds up to a devastating indictment of the modern world. The film’s only commentary consists of unrelated snatches of words and sounds.


N-Zone (1970) by ARTHUR LIPSETT (May 11, 2016)
The Arthur Lipsett Project: A Dot on the Histomap (2007) by ERIC GAUCHER (March 15, 2012)
Images tirées du film N-Zone (1970) d’ARTHUR LIPSETT (July 9, 2011)
Remembering Arthur (2006) by MARTIN LAVUT (May 12, 2011)
A Trip Down Memory Lane (1965) &
Very Nice, Very Nice (1961) by ARTHUR LIPSETT (May 12, 2011)
21-87 (1964) by ARTHUR LIPSETT (January 31, 2011)
Free Fall (1964) d’ARTHUR LIPSETT (April 28, 2010)