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A severe Cinema five is the 5th quantity in Scott MacDonald's serious Cinema sequence, the main vast, in-depth exploration of autonomous cinema on hand in English. during this new set of interviews, MacDonald engages filmmakers in specific discussions in their movies and of the private stories and political and theoretical currents that experience formed their paintings. The interviews are prepared to precise the striking range of recent autonomous cinema and the interactive neighborhood of filmmakers that has devoted itself to generating sorts of cinema that critique traditional media.
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James. ent costumes; he would appear in one costume, then disappear and reappear in another. So I based the ﬁlm on his personality; he’s the main character, sort of the master of ceremonies of this event (which, by the way, was ﬁlmed in his house). MacDonald: In his ﬁlmography Haller lists The Story of O . What can you tell me about that project? Anger: When I was living in France, my publisher was Jean-Jacques Pauvert. He brought out the original edition of Hollywood Babylon, which I wrote in French, before it came out in English.
I thought it was very daring of her to have her ﬁlms silent; she wanted them silent. Meshes of the Afternoon was conceived as a silent ﬁlm. Of course, she had a very good collaborator, her husband, Alexander Hammid, who was an excellent photographer, so her ﬁlms always had a professional polish to them. We never met; we did exchange a couple of letters. In 1949 I heard there was going to be a festival in Biarritz, called Le Festival du Films Maudit (the Festival of Damned Films)—ﬁlms that had had trouble with censorship or used subject matter that some people might want to condemn.
Who, for example, was Jack Parsons? Anger: He was a famous rocket scientist who invented the fuel that took the Apollo to the moon. He was married to Cameron, who plays the Scarlet Woman in Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome. Jack was killed in 1952 in an explosion at his home in Pasadena. Apparently he had explosives at home. He and Cameron were supposed to leave for Mexico that morning, and Cameron had gone to a shop close by to get some supplies, and when she got back, the workshop had blown up and her husband was dead.