While some have heard the score by jazz experimentalist Ornette Coleman, little was known about this long-lost, 1966 anarchic film until a surviving print was discovered and restored last year.

Shot in rural Belgium by filmmaker Thomas White and members of the New York-based experimental performance troupe Living Theater, Who’s Crazy? follows a group of psychiatric patients as they escape from their keepers and create their own antic society in an abandoned building. The loose and mercurial improvisations of the performances and camerawork are energized by the innovative score by Ornette Coleman with bassist David Izenzon and drummer Charles Moffett, recorded shortly after their album At the Golden Circle.

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Saturday, June 17, 2017 7 p.m.

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Director
Thomas White and Allan Zion
Released
1966
Country
USA/Belgium
Running Time
73 minutes
Format
Digital, B/W
Website
http://www.grandmotelfilms.com/WhosCrazy.html