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Mysterious Object at Noon (ดอกฟ้าในมือมาร, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2000)

Apichatpong Weerasethakul started as he meant to go on with his debut feature, straddling the borders between art film and surrealist exercise. A cinematic riff on the classic “exquisite corpse” game, Mysterious Object at Noon (ดอกฟ้าในมือมาร, Dokfa Nai Meuman) is equal parts neorealist odyssey and commentary on the human need for constructed narrative (something which the film itself consistently rejects). 599 more words

2000s

Mysterious Object At Noon (2000) ★★★

Many people have been telling me that they would interact with this blog more often, but they have often not seen the films being reviewed, or find them too inaccessible. 601 more words

Documentary

2016: My Year in Film

Since I don’t see enough new movies each year to justify a top ten list, I thought it’d be more fitting to put together a diary entry of sorts to close out the year 2016. 1,393 more words

Abbas Kiarostami

Best of 2016: #6. Cemetery of Splendor (Apichatpong Weerasethakul)

6. Cemetery of Splendor. Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Thailand/UK/France/Germany/Malaysia/South Korea/Mexico/USA/Norway.

Putting into words my feelings and thoughts toward any of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films has always been difficult. 231 more words

Film

Best movies 2016

As everyone has already noted many times, it was a pretty terrible year all around. As far as movies go, it’s difficult to tell if it was any worse or any better than average. 1,959 more words

Movies

Film Arts in Thailand – initial comments

Some initial responses regarding:
https://filmschoolproject.wordpress.com/2016/12/18/film-arts-in-thailand-a-research/

Dear Joachim,

Thank you so much for sharing your field research with me. You’ve captured the overall picture of the independent filmmaking scene in Thailand nicely. 188 more words

Film Arts in Thailand – a research

Film Arts in Thailand – a research

text and pictures by Joachim Polzer

March 2015

This text is the outcome and product of a six months’ research effort in early 2015 on the position and perspective of independent cinema in Thailand related to World Cinema, – of these –, four weeks were conducted as field research on location in Thailand in January and February of 2015. 2,166 more words