Kenneth Anger, the artist and film-maker whose work offered a distinctively radical mix of paganism and homoeroticism, has died aged 96.
Anger would go on to make a number of shorts that would garner him celebrity on the underground film circuit.
In 1947, having made films at home for years, Anger completed Fireworks, a surreal, experimental short combining Crowley’s ideas with homoerotic imagery.
Born Kenneth Anglemyer in 1927, Anger grew up in Santa Monica and claimed to have appeared in the 1935 film of A Midsummer’s Night Dream.
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