A witty film comparing the tops of New York skyscrapers with the styles of hats, made for New York’s Museum of Modern Art by Sidney Peterson, best known for his Dadaist films of the late 1940s.
USA 1954, 7 Minutes
“A good thesis but needs to be pursued more rigorously.”
” ‘Hats & Roofs’ as they say, ‘he had something there (then?) but he squeezed it’. “