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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Table of Content (Blogathon 2008)

TABLE OF CONTENT
Blogathon 2008


Contributions list here


CONTEMPLATIVE TREND
NARRATIVE MEANS
POINT OF VIEW
  • Still Light: Peter Lorre's morbid contemplation in 'Mad Love' By Glenn Kenny (at Premiere)
  • On Pointing Camera by Dave (at Chained to the cinematheque)
  • Meditation against Reaction Shots by Carlos Ferrão (at Meditations XXI)
SILENCE
WALKING
  • Wrong Move & our institution of high art by Tucker (at PilgrimAkimbo)
  • Chantal Akerman: Walking Woman by Adrian Martin (at Unspoken Cinema)
  • Reflections on urban space, public screen and interactivity by Dong Liang (at Noira-Blanchè-Rougi)
BY AUTEUR
  • Apichatpong Weerasethakul : Blissfully His by Nathan Lee (at Village Voice)
  • Jia Zhang-ke : The Grit of Postsocialist Discourse: Aesthetic Realism in Jia ZhangKe's Platform and Unknown Pleasures by Edwin Mak (at Faster than instant noodles)
  • Chantal Akerman: Walking Woman by Adrian Martin (at Unspoken Cinema)
  • Andrei Tarkovsky : Time, Memory, Mystery, Narrative by Tucker (at PilgrimAkimbo)
FILMS REVIEWED
  • Andrei Rublev's (1969/Tarkovsky/Russia) duration. Speckled faith and running water and horses and a great big bell (part 1) by Ryland Walker Knight (at Vinyl is Images)
  • Autohystoria (2007/Raya Martin/Philippines)
    - by Oggs Cruz (at Lessons From the School of Inattention)
    - by Dodo Dayao (at Piling Piling Pelikula)
  • Cafe Lumiere (2003/Hou Hsiao-hsien/Japan) by Kunal Mehra (at The Wind Blows Where It Will)
  • Castro Street (1966/Bruce Baillie/USA) by Mike Grost (at Classic Film and Television)
  • Colossal Youth (2006/Pedro Costa/Portugal) by David Pratt-Robson (at videoarcadia)
  • Encounters at the End of the World (2007/Werner Herzog/USA) by Jerry White (at Cinemascope)
  • Fate (1994/Fred Kelemen/Germany) by Filmsick (at Limitless Cinema)
  • Father and Son (2003/Alexander Sokurov/Russia) by Mike Grost (at Classic Film and Television)
  • Hamaca Paraguaya (2006/Paz Encima/Paraguay) by Oggs Cruz (at Lessons From the School of Inattention)
  • Huling Balyan ng Buhi (2006/Sanchez/Philippines) by Oggs Cruz (at Lessons From the School of Inattention)
  • I Don't Want To Sleep Alone (2006/Tsai Ming-liang/Malaysia) by Ryland Walker Knight (at The House Next Door)
  • Kagadanan Sa Banwaan Ning Mga Engkanto / Death in the Land of Encantos (2007/Lav Diaz/Philippines)
    - by Oggs Cruz (at Lessons From the School of Inattention)
    - by Noel Vera (at Critics After Dark)
    - by Robert Koehler (at Cinemascope)
  • The Kite Runner (2007/Forster/USA) by Acumensch (at aeconomics)
  • Mad Love (1935/Karl Freund/Germany) by Glenn Kenny (at Premiere)
  • Mid Afternoon Barks (2007/Zhang Yuedong/China) by Edwin Mak (at Faster than instant noodles)
  • Phantom Love (2007/Nina Menkes/USA) by Filmsick (at Limiteless Cinema)
  • Rag and Bone (1997/James D. Parriott/USA) by Mike Grost (at Classic Film and Television)
  • Syndromes and a Century (2006/Weerasethakul/Thailand)
    - by Ryland Walker Knight (at The House Next Door)
    - by Dodo Dayao (at Piling Piling Pelikula)
  • Voices, Tilted Screens and Extended Scenes of Loneliness: Filipinos in High Definition (2007/John Torres/Philippines)
    - by Oggs Cruz (at Lessons From the School of Inattention)
    - by Dodo Dayao (at Piling Piling Pelikula)
  • The Wind Blows Where It Will (2007/Kunal Mehra/USA)
    - by Tucker (at PilgrimAkimbo)
    - by Thom Ryan (at Film of the Year)
  • The Wishing Ring (1914/Maurice Tourneur/USA) by Mike Grost (at Classic Film and Television)

4 comments:

Tucker said...

great summary list. thanks.

HarryTuttle said...

If there is anything missing, or broken links, or correction to be made, please let me know (or the other admins may make changes too).

Herman said...

Salivating...thanks! Got a lot of reading to do. A suggestion for a post: How is a CCC script written? (Sorry if this was discussed or covered earlier) I'm in the mist of writing one myself and I'm curious as to how others are approaching this.

HarryTuttle said...

I would say they are filmed without script usually. ;)
Fiant cites a couple of filmmakers who explain they don't like to write dialogues in my post. But it would be interesting indeed to compile a more comprehensive survey of CCC auteurs talking about screenwriting in their interviews.