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Pasolini's Cinema of Poetry

After reading the chapter “Cinema of Poetry” from Pasolini’s Heretical Empiricism/Cinema book for some repeated times & after some more enlighten on the matter during class I believe I can finally speak about what I got from his writings. 342 more words

Film Studies

San Juan Chamula Indigenous Village

We visit two indigenous villages in the highlands of Mexico on our tour, firstly to San Juan Chamula and then to Zinacantan, but in my view the most interesting community is the former. 125 more words

An Ocean of Consciousness - Video

This is an excellent short video on consciousness from David Lynch. I am sure most of you are familiar with David’s work in films. For those of you who have not heard of him, here’s a little about his career. 436 more words

Light

Following Twin Peaks FBI Agent: power of voice memos

One of the mysterious and intriguing daily habits of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper from Lynch’s Twin Peaks is recording his messages addressed to a woman named “Diane”. 191 more words

Inspiration Du Jour

"Chi ha ucciso Laura Palmer?" - Sempre lui, non è cambiato nulla

Quali problemi incontrerà Lynch a riaprire un coldcase vecchio di 25 anni?

“You know, this is, excuse me, a damn fine cup of coffee”

Quando ho visto la notizia del ritorno di Twin Peaks sulla mia home di Facebook mi sono chiesto, come tanti, come mai le repliche di uno show di 25 anni fa su uno dei tanti network della tv americana stesse causando tanto entusiasmo.

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Serie

Consciousness, Creativity and the Brain

I’ve been waiting for Filmmaker’s Vision module ever since Sharon first mentioned it in the last weeks of 1st year, not that long ago. The module description had a lot to promise by itself & David’s reading of the module handbook triggered whatever more needed to be triggered. 400 more words

Film

Porgy and Bess at SFO

Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess has a really interesting history.  It was always intended as a “grand opera”; pretty much the first American one.  It was written for the Metropolitan Opera but not performed there until 1985 and between it’s Boston debut in 1935 and a production in Houston in 1976 it was virtually always performed in a much cut edition designed for Broadway.  555 more words

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