Mise-en-scène: Film 2017

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Re: Mise-en-scène: Film 2017

#1131 Post by La Mouche » 11.04.2018 09:27:42

nånånånå, der er jo ikke plads til alle i top ti, der er så mange gode film at tage af.

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Re: Mise-en-scène: Film 2017

#1132 Post by Morten » 11.04.2018 12:55:19

Jeg synes nu, at der er vildt mange gode film på den liste, også selvom placeringerne er lidt tvivlsomme, og der mangler enkelte essentielle film fra især Bresson og Rohmer.
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#1133 Post by dreambydream » 11.04.2018 15:00:08

Bizart med alle de ikke-franske instruktører. Her er et mere sobert bud: https://mubi.com/lists/essential-french-films Men jeg gad da godt se et mere komprimeret. Ak ja, alle de film.

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#1134 Post by secondtoughestintheinfant » 11.04.2018 16:35:05

Det her er de 25 bedste franske tonefilm på fransk af franske instruktører:

1. Au hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson)
2. The Rules of the Game (Jean Renoir)
3. L’argent (Robert Bresson)
4. Pickpocket (Robert Bresson)
5. Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)
6. The Green Ray (Eric Rohmer)
7. The Young Girls of Rochefort (Jacques Demy)
8. Hail Mary (Jean-Luc Godard)
9. Playtime (Jacques Tati)
10. Two or Three Things I Know About Her (Jean-Luc Godard)
11. The River (Jean Renoir)
12. L’enfant secret (Philippe Garrel)
13. Lola (Jacques Demy)
14. Muriel (Alain Resnais)
15. Claire’s Knee (Eric Rohmer)
16. A Man Escapes (Robert Bresson)
17. L’amour fou (Jacques Rivette)
18. Pierrot le fou (Jean-Luc Godard)
19. First Name Carmen (Jean-Luc Godard)
20. In Praise of Love (Jean-Luc Godard)
21. The Mother and the Whore (Jean Eustache)
22. Holy Motors (Leos Carax)
23. Orpheus (Jean Cocteau)
24. Cold Water (Olivier Assayas)
25. Traité de Bave et d'éternité (Isidore Isou)
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#1135 Post by jegharfangetmigenmyg » 12.04.2018 10:17:43

Apropos Frankrig, så er det da rimelig vildt og interessant, at Cannes mere eller mindre har lagt Netflix på is ved at udelukke film, som ikke kommer i biografdistribution, fra konkurrencen: http://variety.com/2018/film/news/netfl ... 202750473/

I cineasternes land Frankrig er der åbenbart en lov, der hedder, at film, som er i biografdistribution, først må lægges på streamingservices efter 3 (!) år. Jeg er godt nok splittet. Selvfølgelig er det fedt at der værnes om biografvisninger af film, som jo er den oprindelige form, og selvfølgelig skal folks tendens til seriøst at sidde og se film på en laptop-skærm bekæmpes, meeen det er godt nok også konservativt på den måde at udelukke en filmdistributør.

Snobberne fejer allerede sagen af bordet som småtterier og med "fuck Netflix, vi gider ikke deres serielort og Adam Sandler-instruerede film", men det er altså blandt andet Orson Welles' restaurerede kultfilm The Other Side of the Wind (som ser helt af krogen ud ud fra de klip, jeg har set), som nu ikke kommer med. Og Scorseses kommende film med De Niro og Pacino er også en Netflix-titel, så det er altså ikke Adam Sandler og Jon Bonghoved, det hele.
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#1136 Post by La Mouche » 12.04.2018 10:54:07

Cannes


COMPETITION

“Ash Is Purest White” (Jia Zhang-Ke)

“At War” (Stéphane Brizé)

“BlacKkKlansman” (Spike Lee)

“Burning” (Lee Chang-dong)

“Capernaum” (Nadine Labaki)

“Cold War” (Pawel Pawlikowski)

“Dogman” (Matteo Garrone)

“Girls of the Sun” (Eva Husson)

“Lazzaro Felice” (Alice Rohrwacher)

“Le Livre d’Image” (Jean-Luc Godard)

“Netemo Sametemo: Asasko I & II” (Ryusuke Hamaguchi)

“Shoplifters” (Kore-Eda Hirokazu)

“Sorry Angel” (Christophe Honoré)

“Summer” (Kirill Serebrennikov)

“Three Faces” (Jafar Panahi)

“Under the Silver Lake” (David Robert Mitchell)

“Yomeddine” (A.B. Shawky)





UN CERTAIN REGARD

“Angel Face” (Vanessa Filho)

“Border” (Ali Abbasi)

“El Angel” (Luis Ortega)

“Euphoria” (Valeria Golino)

“Friend” (Wanuri Kahiu)

“The Gentle Indifference of the World” (Adilkhan Yerzhanov)

“Girl” (Lukas Dhont)

“The Harvesters” (Etienne Kallos)

“In My Room” (Ulrich Köhler)

“Little Tickles” (Andréa Bescond & Eric Métayer)

“My Favorite Fabric” (Gaya Jiji)

“On Your Knees, Guys” (Sextape) (Antoine Desrosières)

Sofia” (Meyem Benm’Barek)




OUT OF COMPETITION

Solo: A Star Wars Story

“Le Grand Bain” (Gilles Lellouche)

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” (Ron Howard) — PICTURED





MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS

“Arctic” (Joe Penna)

“The Spy Gone North” (Yoon Jong-Bing)





SPECIAL SCREENINGS

“Dead Souls” (Wang Bing)

“La Traversée” (Romain Goupil)

“O Grande Circo Místico” (Carlo Diegues)

“The State Against Mandela and the Others” (Nicolas Champeaux & Gilles Porte)

“10 Years in Thailand” (Aditya Assarat, Wisit Sasanatieng, Chulayarnon Sriphol & Apichatpong Weerasethakul)

“To the Four Winds” (Michel Toesca)

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Re: Mise-en-scène: Film 2017

#1137 Post by secondtoughestintheinfant » 12.04.2018 13:20:01

Hold da helt kæft, et sølle program. Det er virkelig den allerblødeste mellemvare af middlebrow verdensfilm, der stepper op i år: Garrone, Farhadi, Kore-eda (hvor mange ligegyldige film hiver den mand dog ud af røven om året?), Lee Chang-dong. Det er selvfølgelig genialt med en ny Godard, men det er også det eneste i programmet, der er af hængslerne. Ny Jia er selvfølgelig fedt, og ny Rohrwacher bliver også interessant, og man tænker selvfølgelig også, gad vide, om Spike Lee rent faktisk har lavet noget interessant. Jeg håber sgu, der kommer nogle tilføjelser, der vil noget. Burde Malick ikke snart være klar med sin tyske film?
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#1138 Post by La Mouche » 12.04.2018 16:32:22

Hvad er holdningen til Assayas' Irma Vep, er det noget man skal have på blu?

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#1139 Post by secondtoughestintheinfant » 12.04.2018 16:35:59

Det er en fremragende film.
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Re: Mise-en-scène: Film 2017

#1140 Post by La Mouche » 14.04.2018 01:37:13

Den her ser også meget lovende ud, nogen der har set de to film?

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This collection brings together Women is the Future of Man and Tale of Cinema, the fifth and sixth films by Hong Sangsoo, the masterful South Korean filmmaker who has been favourably compared to that great French observer of human foibles, Eric Rohmer.

Women is the Future of Man tells of two long-time friends, a filmmaker (Kim Taewoo) and a teacher (Yoo Jitae), who have had an affair with the same woman (Sung Hyunah). The friends decide to meet the girl one more time and see what happens...

Tale of Cinema uses the trope of a film within a film to tell two stories, that of a depressive young man (Lee Kiwoo) who forms a suicide pact with a friend (Uhm Jiwon); and the tale of a filmmaker (Kim Sangkyung) who sees see a film that he believes was based on his life, and who meets the actress from the film with view to turning their onscreen relationship into reality.

With these critically-acclaimed films, presented here in High Definition for the first time with a wealth of extras, Hong Sangsoo employs his idiosyncratic, measured style to create two compelling and truthful tapestries of human emotion and behaviour.

SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
• High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
• Original 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
• Newly translated optional English subtitles
• Newly filmed introductions to both films by Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns
• Interviews with Kim Sangkyung, Lee Kiwoo and Uhm Jiwon, the stars of Tale of Cinema
• Introduction to Woman is the Future of Man by director Martin Scorsese
• The Making Woman is the Future of Man, a featurette on the film’s production
• Interviews with the actors of Woman is the Future of Man
• Original trailers
• Stills gallery
• Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Scott Saslow

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