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Cal Green of WBAI's The Critical People talks to artist Andy Warhol about his film "Chelsea Girls". Henry Geldzahler, associate curator of American painting and sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Paul Morrissey, film critic and director, and International Velvet and Ingrid Superstar, two of Andy Warhol's "Factory girls", join them in the studio. Green and guests discuss how "Chelsea Girls" is different from Warhol's previous films and chat about other filmmakers and artists such as Jack Smith, Jean-Luc Godard, and Edward Albee. Warhol talks about his approach to filmmaking and expresses his belief that as televisions get bigger they will overtake the medium of film.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1967.
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