Onde Assistir & Streaming Online
Verifique na Amazon
July ’71 is as much a record of the daily experiences of light and shadow as it is a catalogue of domestic life. More involved with “straight photography” than Brakhage, but far more engaged with tactility and the plastics of the image than Jonas Mekas, this early work embraces the mundane—making bread in the kitchen, riding bikes by the San Francisco Bay, hanging out in a cheap-looking flat with friends, plucking a game fowl for supper—while also paying attention to the wind, water, and trees that surround these fleeting moments.
Elenco e Equipa Técnica
Você Pode Gostar.
Veja os outros títulos que podem lhe interessar
Uma investigação do valor emocional e econômico da exportação mais lucrativa da África: a pobreza filmada. No interior do Congo, o artista holandês Renzo Martens empreende sozinho uma jornada épica e ...
From the Depths
Black and White Trypps Number Four
Using a 35mm strip of motion picture slug featuring the recently deceased American comedian Richard Pryor, this extended Rorschach assault on the eyes moves out of a flickering chaos created by incomp...
A cheerful take on the lives of school children in a Swiss rural environment. Young pupils recite short essays they have written on subjects such as the long walk to school, the distribution of milk d...
A color-separation portrait of the Exarchia neighborhood of Athens, Greece, made during the Anti-Austerity protests in late 2011. In a place thick with stray cats and scooters, cops and Molotovs, anci...
Florence is a contemplative study of light and shadows, textures and planes, that makes beautiful use of the tonal qualities of black and white film. (mubi.com)
Trypps #5 (Dubai)
A short treatise on the semiotics of capital, happiness, and phenomenology under the flickering neon of global capitalism.
The Italian fashion house hired famed artist Kenneth Anger, who directed the films Scorpio Rising and Fireworks, to shoot the Missoni family modelling its fall collection. The video stays true to Ange...
Time and Tide
Peter Hutton’s meditation on the Hudson River.
Chott el-Djerid (A Portrait in Light and Heat)
A documentary short in Chott el-Djerid.
Documentary about men who are fighting one of the elements in the 21st century: mine workers in Germany, king crab fishers of the Bering Sea, Russian "Smokejumpers" and astronaut training.
Ponce de León
“I could do wonders if I didn't have a body. But the body grabs me, it slows me, it enslaves me.” -- Ponce de Léon Our PONCE DE LEÓN discovered the fountain of youth and drank of immortality in the ...
Baby Einstein: Baby Van Gogh - World of Colors
This unique video, starring "Vincent Van Goat," introduces babies and toddlers to basic colors through charming puppetry, timeless art, live-action footage, classical music and child-friendly poetry. ...
Several figures move through the darkness on a cliff-edge. An inaudible conversation near the brow of the cliff may be the cause for the group to disband. The rest of the film follows the solitary jou...
A short film by Walerian Borowczyk in two parts. The first 'panel' follows the morning routine of Leon Boyer who, despite being almost 100 years old, still farms the land, drives a vintage car, and pl...
Landscape (for Manon)
A languid, beautifully shot collection of landscapes, edited into a whimsical and touching film.
An off-screen narrator remembers a time he was five years old, walking to school in a heavy rain, wearing a yellow slicker and cap. He relates to us that a boy he'd never seen before ran up to him and...
24 Realities per Second
Directors Nina Kusturica and Eva Testor followed Michael Haneke for a period of two and a half years. They accompanied him to film premieres and public appearances, radio interviews and photo shoots; ...