Black TV is Aldo Tambellini's best-known film, part of a large intermedia project about American television. It is an artist's sensory perception of the violence of the world we live in, projected through a television tube. Tambellini presents it subliminally in rapid-fire abstractions in which such horrors as Robert Kennedy's assassination, murder, infanticide, prize fights, police brutality at Chicago, and the war in Vietnam are out-of-focus impressions of faces and events.
All i can say is that this short picture is so grotesque, outrageous and it was so rebellious back at that time (1968), anytime actually.
Aldo Tambellini took the principle of 'violence and cruelty' to a whole new level, addressing it by his own perspective. I think that the hardest thing in filmmaking in general is introducing your idea in a very peerless method, and that's literally what happened here, so unprecedented.