Διαλέγω και ανεβάζω links για μερικές ταινίες τις οποίες προτείνω να δείτε.
Τις περισσότερες τις γνωρίζετε.
Εχουν ελληνικούς υπότιτλους, και κάποιες αγγλικούς.

Κατεβάστε το cryptload (για pc) ή το jDownloader (για mac) από τa παρακάτω λινκ.
Με αυτό το πρόγραμμα μπορείτε να κατεβάσετε και τα λινκ όλα μαζί, κάνοντας τα copy-paste, καθώς και τα αρχεία .ccf

Δίπλα στον κάθε τίτλο προσθέτω μια δική μου αξιολόγηση στην κλιμακα του δέκα.

Κυριακή, 24 Οκτωβρίου 2010

Various - Unseen Cinema - The Mechanized Eye (1900-1941)

The Mechanized Eye
Experiments in Technique and Form

The dynamic qualities of motion pictures are explored by cameramen and filmmakers through novel experiments in technique and form. Early cinematographers James White, "Billy" Bitzer, and Frederick Armitage display experimental shooting styles that wowed audiences. Other independent companies further image manipulation through creative staging, editing, and printing, such as a stunning three-screen film that predates Gance's Napoleon. Experiments by photographer Walker Evans, painter Emlen Etting, musician Jerome Hill, and the film collectives Nykino and Artkino record the world in a continual process of flux. A most extreme approach is realized by Henwar Rodakiewicz with Portrait of a Young Man (1925-31), a monumental study of natural and abstract motions.

5 Paris Exposition Films (1900)—James White
Eiffel Tower from Trocadero Palace (1900)
Palace of Electricity (1900)
Champs de Mars (1900)
Panorama of Eiffel Tower (1900)
Scene from Elevator Ascending Eiffel Tower (1900)
Captain Nissen Going through Whirpool Rapids, Niagra Falls (1901)—creators unknown
Down the Hudson (1903)—Frederick Armitage & A.E. Weed
The Ghost Train (1903)—creators unknown
Westinghouse Works, Panorama View Street Car Motor Room (1904)—G.W. "Billy" Bitzer
In Youth, Beside the Lonely Sea (c. 1924-25)—creators unknown
Melody on Parade (c. 1936)—creators unknown
La Cartomancienne (The Fortune Teller) (1932)—Jerome Hill
Pie in the Sky (1934-35)—Nykino: Elia Kazan, Ralph Steiner & Irving Lerner
Travel Notes (1932)—Walker Evans
Oil: A Symphony in Motion (1930-33)—Artkino: M.G. MacPherson & Jean Michelson
Poem 8 (1932-33)—Emlen Etting
Storm (1941-43)—Paul Burnford
Portrait of a Young Man (1925-31)—Henwar Rodakiewicz

Additional Info:
"An abundance of early, rarely screened, completely restored experimental films…Rich with inventive and curious experiments." —LA Weekly

UNSEEN CINEMA: THE MECHANIZED EYE is one of a seven-DVD series exploring American avant-garde cinema from 1894-1941. Presented by Anthology Film Archives in association with the British Film Institute, Cineric, Film Preservation Associates, Deutsches Filmmuseum, George Eastman House, The Library of Congress and The Museum of Modern Art.

"There’s a certain American impulse to be cherished here—irascible, restless, and vibrant. The sense of possibility, of play, of discovering the possibilities of the form, is palpable in Unseen Cinema."
—City Pages, St. Paul/Minneapolis

"One of the best examples of Unseen Cinema’s eloquence, Poem 8, makes the case that cinema is part of the syntax of modernity."
—Object Magazine

Films preserved by
Anthology Film Archives
George Eastman House
The Library of Congress
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Nederlands Filmmuseum
Turner Entertainment Company
Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc

no pass

Δεν υπάρχουν σχόλια:

Δημοσίευση σχολίου

Σημείωση: Μόνο ένα μέλος αυτού του ιστολογίου μπορεί να αναρτήσει σχόλιο.