Influenced by filmmakers as diverse as Bruce Conner and Oscar Micheaux, these nonnarrative shorts by Cleveland independent Robert Banks mix original and found footage, printed titles, and painting and scratching on the celluloid. In My First Drug, The Idiot Box (1994), Banks cuts between the wide-eyed face of a child and images filmed from a TV set, swamping her in imagery. He seems to regard his subject matter (frequently beautiful women) as beyond comprehension; in Goldfish & Sunflowers the women he’s filming talk back to him, suggesting he doesn’t really understand them. More than half the entries on this hour-long program are in 35-millimeter, exacting a maximum lushness from the wide frame and rich colors, and the films’ rapid pace and anarchic energy both distinguish them and prevent most from coming together tightly.