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The evolving tastes of a film student in London.

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Nov 9

Room 237 (2012, Rodney Ascher) 


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“The film of tomorrow appears to me as even more personal than an individual and autobiographical novel, like a confession, or a diary. The young filmmakers will express themselves in the first person and will relate what has happened to them. It may be the story of their first love or their most recent; of their political awakening; the story of a trip, a sickness, their military service, their marriage, their last vacation… and it will be enjoyable because it will be true, and new… The film of tomorrow will not be directed by civil servants of the camera, but by artists for whom shooting a film constitutes a wonderful and thrilling adventure. The film of tomorrow will resemble the person who made it, and the number of spectators will be proportional to the number of friends the director has. The film of tomorrow will be an act of love.” François Truffaut 

“The camera must be placed in the hands of young people; the camera, I said, not a screenplay. And these young people, as they come out of their homes, must report everything they see, anything that strikes them. Some will film people; some just windows; others will turn the camera onto themselves.” Zavattini

Jan 31

Histoire(s) du Cinema: Toutes les Histoires


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Dec 27
nosex:

HOLY MOTORS (LEOS CARAX, 2012)


“there was this image of the public, you don’t know if they’re dead or sleeping.” — leos carax [1]

nosex:

HOLY MOTORS (LEOS CARAX, 2012)

“there was this image of the public, you don’t know if they’re dead or sleeping.” — leos carax [1]


Nov 29

Above: Bande à Part (1964, Jean-Luc Godard). 

Below: Weekend (1967, Jean-Lic Godard)


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