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Cremaster 5 Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

Cremaster 5 (55 min, 1997) is a five-act opera (sung in Hungarian) set in late-ninteenth century Budapest. The last film in the series, Cremaster 5 represents the moment when the … Continue reading

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Cremaster 4 Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

Cremaster 4 (42 min, 1994) was, in fact, the first installment that Barney filmed. It was produced on a shoestring budget of $200,000 (largely paid for by London arts organization … Continue reading

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Cremaster 3 Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

Cremaster 3 (182 min, 2002) was the last film in the cycle to be completed and is the longest film in the series. As the midpoint between the two reflected … Continue reading

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Cremaster 2 Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

  Cremaster 2 (79 min, 1999) was the first project Barney shot on HDTV (all of the Cremaster “films” are shot on video and then transferred to 35mm film for … Continue reading

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Cremaster 1 Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

  Cremaster 1 (40 min, 1995) is a Busby Berkeley-influenced musical revue shot on the bright blue Astroturf of Bronco Stadium in Boise, Idaho (where Matthew Barney played football as … Continue reading

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Cremaster Cycle Synopsis by Eric Doeringer

The Cremaster Cycle is a series of five films directed by artist Matthew Barney, with a total running time of just under seven hours. Biologically, the cremaster is a muscle … Continue reading

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