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ACONTECIMIENTOS 2011

Jacob Waltman

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Babel. Lettre à mes amis restés en Belgique (Boris Lehman, 1983-1991)


De mis impresiones de 2011, destacaría las siguientes:

 

NERVIO ÓPTICO:

 

-«Breton Films» (Jean Epstein, 1929-1947)

-Finis Terrae (1929)

-Mor'Vran [Sea of Ravens] (1930)

-L'Or des mers (1932)

-Chanson d’Ar-Mor (1934)

-Le Tempestaire (1947)

-Wagon Master (John Ford, 1950)

-Summerwind (Nathaniel Dorsky, 1965)

-The Wind is Driving Him Towards the Open Sea (David Brooks,1968)

-Is This What You Were Born For? (Abigail Child, 1981-1989):

-Prefaces (1981)

-Mutiny (1983)

-Covert Action (1984)

-Perils (1986)

-Mayhem (1987)

-Both (1988)

-Mercy (1989)

-BABEL: Lettre à mes amis restés en Belgique (Boris Lehman, 1983-1991)

-Les Antiquités de Rome/La Vallée close (Jean-Claude Rousseau, 1989/1995)

 

RETINA:

 

-Balançoires (Noël Renard, 1928)

-Le joueur d'échecs [The Chess Player] (Raymond Bernard, 1927)

-Tokyo no yado [An Inn in Tokyou] (Ozu Yasujirô, 1935)

-Diwan (Werner Nekes, 1974)

-Print Generation (J.J. Murphy, 1973-1974)

-A Knowledge They Cannot Lose (Nina Fonoroff, 1989)

-The March (Abraham Ravett, 1999)

-Seeking the Monkey King (Ken Jacobs, 2011)

-Slow Action (Ben Rivers, 2011)

 

IRIS:

 

-Where I Am is Here (Margaret Tait, 1964)

-The Birth of a Nation (Klaus Wyborny, 1973)

-Lisa e il diavolo [Lisa and the Devil] (Mario Bava, 1974)

-Slowly Dreams (Kyle Cantebury, 2006)

-Qualities of the Stone (Robert Todd, 2006)

-Digital Video Collection (2000-2008, Vincent Grenier):

-Color Study (2000)

-Material Incidents (2001)

-Here (2002)

-Tabula Rasa (1992-2004)

-North Southernly (2005)

-This & This (2006)

-Armoire (2007)

-Les Chaises (2008)

-16-18-4 (Tomonari Nishikawa, 2008)

-Correspondencia: Jonas Mekas - José Luis Guerin (José Luis Guerin/Jonas Mekas, 2011)

-Il se peut que la beauté ait renforcé notre résolution - Masao Adachi (Philippe Grandrieux, 2011)

-Line Describing Your Mom (Michael Robinson, 2011)

-Two Cabins (James Benning, 2011)