Gregory J. Markopoulos (12 de março de 1928 - 12 de novembro de 1992) foi um cineasta estadunidense.
Filmes e Séries de TV
Early Monthly Segments
Scenes of the life of Robert Beavers and Gregory Markopoulos
The Hedge Theater
Os castores filmaram o The Hedge Theatre em Roma na década de 1980. É um filme íntimo inspirado na arquitetura barroca e em esculturas de pedra de Francesco Borromini e St. Martin e o Beggar, uma pint...
The Painting intercuts shots of traffic navigating the old-world remnants of downtown Bern, Switzerland, with details from a 15th-century altarpiece, “The Martyrdom of St. Hippolytus”.
From the Notebook of...
"Do livro de notas de..." foi filmado em Florença e toma como ponto de partida os cadernos de Leonardo da Vinci e o ensaio de Paul Valéry sobre o processo de da Vinci. Estes dois elementos sugerem uma...
Edited but unprinted. With Annigoni, Umberto Baldini, Bertolini, Carlo Bettochi, Silvio Loffredo. Filmed in Florence. Orginal reversal film in Temenos Archive, Zurich.
Includes 'portraits' of Marianne Faithfull, Thelonious Monk and 28 others, some known, some less so.
Diaries, Notes, and Sketches
A cena de arte de vanguarda de Nova Iorque dos anos 60 foi retratada em um retrato épico..
Mulher sentada numa cadeira..
Portrait of novelist Alberto Moravia filmed in Rome.
Dedicated to Dieter Meier. voice-over by Gregory Markopoulos, reading an excerpt in English translation of Paul Valéry’s L’Homme et la nuit (Man and the Night).
Set to music by Beethoven, this lyrical portrait moves from a chilled and misty exterior to the crystalline interior of the Swiss chateau that King Ludwig II built for Wagner.
"No meu filme sugiro que não há um mistério maior do que o dos protagonistas. A guerra e o amor são simplesmente equiparados para o que eles são; as consequências são inevitáveis, e uma condição human...
Gammelion 1968, filmed at Il Castello Roccasinibalda in Rieti, Italy, is a major work in Markopoulos’s oeuvre, marking the transition into his late period and anticipating his epic final film, Eniaios...
Himself as Herself
O jovem herói parece ser a essência da masculinidade, mas está preocupado por objetos vagamente femininos. Logo seus eus masculinos e femininos estão intercortados, como cada uma de suas identidades p...
Eros, O Basileus
Structured in nine tableaux each a study of a simple action or situation involving a lone, naked figure, the blind Eros, searching for fulfilment, for self. The objects he touches - books, paintings -...
The first film made by Markopoulos after moving to Europe, Bliss was shot over the course of two days using only available light to create a lyrical study of the interior of the Church of St. John on ...
Through a Lens Brightly: Mark Turbyfill
The life of painter, dancer and poet Mark Turbyfill, seen in his 70th year, is evoked through Markopoulos’ unique form of cinematic portraiture.
Estudos de retrato de Sra. Hodges, Gail Beavers (irmã do cineasta) e Gregory J. Markopoulos..
Winged Dialogue details with growing clarity the desperate beauty and sexuality of the body animated by it’s soul, essence blindly reaching out, touching, in brilliant patterns through and beyond thos...
The Dead Ones
Markopoulos’ first attempt at making a 35mm feature film, clearly inspired by the cinema of Jean Cocteau, was left unfinished and the materials were lost for many years.
In March and April of 1966, Markopoulos created this filmic portrait of writers and artists from his New York circle, including Parker Tyler, W. H. Auden, Jasper Johns, Susan Sontag, Storm De Hirsch, ...
This portrait of the filmmaker's apartment, painted in the color of the title, was made a few months before his departure from New York. It is dedicated to the filmmaker Stan Brakhage and was shot wi...
Award Presentation to Andy Warhol
In 1964 Film Culture magazine chose Andy Warhol for its annual Independent Film award. The plan was to show some of Andy's films and have Andy come on stage and hand him the award. Andy said, no, he d...
In 1963 Boultenhouse wrote, produced, and directed Dionysius,which he described as a “free treatment of Euripides' The Bacchae.”It starred the dancers Louis Falco, Anna Duncan, and Nicolas Magallanes ...
Originalmente editado em duas versões. Versão I, 70 minutos; versão II, 90 minutos. (A única versão existente conhecida não é Markopoulos edição e contém títulos adicionais, música e voz-over adiciona...
Swain is inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Fanshawe, features a dreamlike narrative of a young man’s ritualized rejection of heterosexuality, as a mysterious woman in white gossamer pursues him throug...
Things spin: amusement park rides, a phonograph record. A man wakes, shaves, and takes a phone call. Another man, in a kimono, walks in the woods, stops, and opens a small decorative box on the forest...
Markopoulos called Lysis “a study in stream-of-consciousness poetry of a lost, wandering, homosexual soul” and felt that the film foreshadowed The Illiac Passion.
Based on Plato's dialogue Charmides.
Psyche 1947, made while a student at USC, shows Markopoulos’ developing style and his sensuous use of colour and composition. Shot in the Hollywood hills, the film was inspired by an unfinished novell...
Fragment of Seeking
A young man desperately seeks out the fleeting image of a female companion, and though he never quite catches her, he discovers much more through the surreal explorations of his own sexuality.