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Tag: Jean-Luc Godard
58th BFI London Film Festival roundup
Tell the world about Philosophy! 15 films from around the world that inspired our imagination during the festival in London this year. The present is a strange beast. - Jean-Luc Godard Goodbye to Language (Adieu au langage, 2014) Αnother festival of imaginative films closed its curtains last week. Our focus this month was the BFI London Film… Continue reading 58th BFI London Film Festival roundup
Director of photography: Martin Putz
Little is known about the work of Austrian director of photography and camera operator Martin Putz in the UK. Here's an introduction to his work and collaborations. Martin Putz's collaboration with Austrian film director Virgil Widrich and Luxembourgian artist Bady Minck, as well as other significant figures from the Austrian experimental world, like Martin… Continue reading Director of photography: Martin Putz
Monument and memory: Jean-Luc Godard
The recent proliferation of social, personal and reflexive documentaries that has seen a range of experimental approaches towards found footage editing, has increased the frequency of essay films leading towards the innovation of a new factual form of filmmaking. Historians don’t search, they find. To shield all these images from language means to actually… Continue reading Monument and memory: Jean-Luc Godard
To our romance: 10 films
Gallery | The films that best celebrate our romance and our loves ...and never wake up, I want to sleep eternally because I'm in love..
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