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Robert Bresson „Notatki o kinematografie”

Wrzesień 1, 2016

przełożył Aleksander Ledóchowski, „Film na Świecie”, 1983, nr 300 tu Jeśli dźwięk może zastąpić obraz, należy ten obraz usunąć lub zneutralizować. Słuch lepiej rozpoznaje to, co wewnętrzne, wzrok – co zewnętrzne. Reklamy

Cahiers du Cinéma #152

Sierpień 11, 2016

with thanks to Dan Warburton pdf

Angela Martin, „Chantal Akerman’s Films: A Dossier”

Maj 31, 2014

Feminist Review, No. 3 (1979), pp. 24-47 pdf I’m a film-maker, but I won’t say I’m a feminist film-maker. Immediately you do an interview, they say – oh, you’re making a woman’s film. No, I’m not making women’s films, I’m making Chantal Akerman’s films. I didn’t decide to make films with feminist points or to […]

Marsha Kinder, „The Meetings of Anna by Chantal Akerman”

Grudzień 30, 2013

„Film Quarterly” Vol. 33, No. 1 (Autumn, 1979) pdf Anna is a fictional version of Akerman (which she acknowledged following the screening at Filmex), just as Heinrich is presumably a member of her audience. The audience comes to the theater with expectations based on past film-viewing experience. Akerman cannot fulfill those expectations and remain true […]

Michael Covino „Wim Wenders: A Worldwide Homesickness”

Kwiecień 10, 2013

O Die Angst des Tormanns beim Elfmeter, Alice in den Städten, Falsche Bewegung, Im Lauf der Zeit i Der amerikanische Freund. „Film Quarterly”, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Winter, 1977-1978) pdf Wenders’s films seem almost frivolous, off-the- cuff, alongside those of his compatriot Fassbinder, whose enormous energy and prolific output, along with his furiously conscious embracing of melodrama and his […]

Lee Hilliker „In the Modernist Mirror: Jacques Tati and the Parisian Landscape”

Luty 5, 2013

O mieście, architekturze i społeczeństwie nowoczesnym w filmach Jacquesa Tati. Opublikowane w „The French Review”, Vol. 76, No. 2 (Dec., 2002) pdf Tati does not permit the characters to err alone, though, and solicits the viewer’s attention early in the film, which opens in the large, quiet hall- way of a hospital where we see […]