1. "A brief film from 1974 - really an experiment - which uses eight layers of superimposition to create a work of such density that no one image dominates for more than a few seconds." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

    Read an interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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  2. "This is a short film based on an incident I read in the National Enquirer, a really innocuous item about Caroline partying late at night with Erskine Guinness, the heir to the Guinness Brewery fortune. I imagined Caroline waking up the next morning, recovering from the excesses of the night before, and trying to mix some orange juice in a blender, but being so out of it that she used three cans of gin instead of water to make the concentrate into OJ. It’s an odd film; runs about 1:30." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

    Read an Interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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  3. "On The 4th of July in upstate New York, 1969, at a small farm I owned at the time, local children and their parents play with sparklers in the evening - a very simple film." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

    Read an Interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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  4. "With Richard Lea, Jane Back-Patton. Memories of a long-ago summer, London 1968; morning tea and departures. Produced with the assistance of the New Arts Lab, London." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

    Read an Interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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  5. "Late one night in the Time/Life Building in 1969, the television speaks." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

    Read an Interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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Wheeler Winston Dixon - Early Films

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Here are a group of my earlier films, made between 1969 and 1994.

"Wheeler Winston Dixon is a masterful film editor. His sensitivity to the movement within the frame and of the camera itself allows for a fluidity in his editing that is exuberant and…


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Here are a group of my earlier films, made between 1969 and 1994.

"Wheeler Winston Dixon is a masterful film editor. His sensitivity to the movement within the frame and of the camera itself allows for a fluidity in his editing that is exuberant and refreshing." - Bruce Rubin, Associate Curator of Film, Whitney Museum of American Art

Read an interview with Dixon here: sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature-articles/wheeler_winston_dixon/

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