Half a dozen short films dealing with the subject of death—either literally, as in Stan Brakhage’s great The Act of Seeing With One’s Own Eyes (1971), which explores an autopsy room in Pittsburgh, or metaphorically, as in Stan Lawder’s Necrology (1970), an extended look at faces in a rush-hour crowd. The other films include Bruce Conner’s A Movie (1958) and Report (1967), arguably his two best films; Janis Crystal’s Other Reckless Things (1984); and Erin Sax’s Seven of Worlds.