June 6, 2011














(You wanna start something?)

(Did you ever see a film that you admired, which you considered to be...)

(efficacious...)

(on an unconverted audience...)

(...a film that you admire which defended a cause implicitly or explicitly?)

(Oh boy, now you get to a real problem!)

(Maybe film can't do this,)




















(down in the street.)





7 comments:

Anonymous said...

stunning!

Anonymous said...

Could you name the movies?

sam said...

another vote for the naming of the movies

Andy Rector said...

Apologies for not doing it initially:

-Bresson speaking about MOUCHETTE from a tv program I don't know the name of. it's on youtube

-Serge Daney in ITINERAIRE DE CINE-FILS, viewable with subtitles here (http://vimeo.com/19821502), and complete transcript in english here (http://sergedaney.blogspot.com/2011/02/journey-of-cine-son-part-1-with.html)

-production still of Mizoguchi and crew on UGETSU

-Godard: MORCEAUX DE CONVERSATIONS AVEC JEAN-LUC GODARD directed by Alain Fleischer (2007), which includes the following shots of the installation (Godard's at Pompidou, VOYAGE(S) EN UTOPIE 1946-2006) with the bedroom set.

-Shirley Clarke (and Rivette) in ROME IS BURNING by Andre Labarthe

-beginning with the swimmers: an RTF report on João César Monteiro upon the release of A COMDEIA DE DEUS

-inbetween the Monteiro stills, CRUCIFIED LOVERS by Mizoguchi

-Bresson on MOUCHETTE on youtube again

-Rivette in ROME IS BURNING

Leo said...

Brilhante.

seany said...

Do you know where I can see the João César Monteiro interview?

Andy Rector said...

seany,
The Monteiro interview can be found on the A Comédia de Deus dvd, in the edition referred to
HERE.

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