“My motto was always ‘cut the crap’”, said Keen. “I wasn't interested in the politics of making films - I just wanted to make films. Looking back, I didn't really think about a trajectory. I just asked to borrow a camera. I always worked with borrowed cameras. Once I started filming, I just had to carry on. I couldn't stop. It was natural.”

‘The great thing about comics – originally they did have that kind of not exactly primitive quality, but they were outside the world of bourgeois art.’ – Jeff Keen

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Wail (1960)
Like the Time Is Now (1961)
The Autumn Feast (1961) - made with Piero Heliczer
Breakout (1962)
The Pink Auto (1964)
Instant Cinema (1965)
Missing Close-ups (1965?)
Flik Flak (1964-65)
Cineblatz (1967)
Marvo Movie (1967)
White Lite (1968)
Meatdaze (1968)
The Mutt & Jeff Icecream Sundae(1969)
Mothman (1969)
Day of the Arcane Light (1969)
Stolen Moments (1972)
White Dust (1970-72)
Rosa Canina (1975)
24 Films (1975)
Godzilla: Last of the Creatures (1976)
Rayday Film (1968-76)
Mad Love (1972-78)
The Cartoon Theatre of Dr. Gaz (1979)
Victory Thru Film Power (1980)
Spontaneous Combustion (1980)
The Return of Silverhead (1980)
Dreams and Past Crimes of the Archduke (1984)
Blatzom (1986)
Pulverized Cinema (1990)
Plasticator (1990)
Blazon Blatzom: El Pistolera Blatzo (1990)
Blazomatika (1990)
B-B-B Born and Life Storm (1990)
Artwar Loop 1 (1990)
Artwar Loop 2 (1990)
Plazmatic Blatz (1991)
Omozap (1991)
Omozap2 (1991)
Kino Pulveriso (1993)
Artwar: The Last Frontier (1993)
Artwar (1993)
Omozap in Artwar (1995)
Artwar Fallout + Artwar 3 (1995)
Kino Staccato (1999)
Joy Thru Film (2000)
Omozap Terribelis (2002)
Afterblatz 2 (2002)

 

Like the Time Is Now (1961)

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Wail (1960)

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Flik Flak (1964-65)

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Marvo Movie (1967)

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Meatdaze (1968)

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Omozap2 (1991)

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Pulverized Cinema (1990)

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Rayday Film (1968-76)

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The Cartoon Theatre of Dr. Gaz (1979)

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White Dust (1970-72)

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White Lite (1968)

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