CINEMA : A TRIBUTE

"127 Hours" - Danny Boyle ~~ "2001 : A Space Odyssey" - Stanley Kubrick ~~ "2046" - Wong Kar-Waï ~~ "A Clockwork Orange" - Stanley Kubrick ~~ "A Touch of Sin" - Jia Zhang-ke ~~ "American Beauty" - Sam Mendes ~~ "Amour" - Michael Haneke ~~ "Apocalypse Now" - Francis Ford Coppola ~~ "Back to the future" - Robert Zemeckis ~~ "Barry Lyndon" - Stanley Kubrick ~~ "Black Swan" - Darren Aronofsky ~~ "Blow Out" - Brian de Palma ~~ "Blow Up" - Michelango Antonioni ~~ "Boogie Nights" - Paul Thomas Anderson ~~ "Breaking the Waves" - Lars von Trier ~~ "Broken Blossoms" - David Wark Griffith ~~ "Bronson" - Nicolas Winding Refn ~~ "Captain Phillips" - Paul Greengrass ~~ "Carlito's Way" - Brian de Palma ~~ "Человек с киноаппаратом" - Dziga Vertov ~~ "Casino" - Martin Scorsese ~~ "Citizen Kane" - Orson Welles ~~ "City Lights" - Charlie Chaplin ~~ "Cloud Atlas" - Wachowski's ~~ "Cross of Iron" - Sam Peckinpah ~~ "Dallas Buyers Club" - Jean-Marc Vallée ~~ "Dancer in the Dark" - Lars von Trier ~~ "Days of Heaven" - Terrence Malick ~~ "Det Sjunde Inseglet" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Deux jours, une nuit" - Frères Dardenne ~~ "Django Unchained" - Quentin Tarantino ~~ "Drive" - Nicolas Winding Refn ~~ "Elephant Man" - David Lynch ~~ "Elephant" - Gus van Sant ~~ "Enemy" - Denis Villeneuve ~~ "Eyes Wide Shut" - Stanlley Kubrick ~~ "Fail Safe" - Sidney Lumet ~~ "Fanny och Alexander" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Fight Club" - David Fincher ~~ "Funny Games" - Michael Haneke ~~ "Gentleman Jim" - Raoul Walsh ~~ "Goodellas" - Martin Scorsese ~~ "Gone Girl" - David Fincher ~~ "Gravity" - Alfonso Cuaron ~~ "Harakiri' - Masaki Kobayashi ~~ "Her" - Spike Jonze ~~ "Höstsonaten" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Иди и смотри" - Elem Klimov ~~ "Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo" - Sergio Leone ~~ "Inception" - Christopher Nolan ~~ "Inglourious Basterds" - Quentin Tarantino ~~ "Inside Llewyn Davis" - Coen's ~~ "Inside Out" - Pete Docter ~~ "Interstellar" - Christopher Nolan ~~ "It's a Wonderful Life" - Frank Capra ~~ "Jagten" - Thomas Vinterberg ~~ "JFK" - Oliver Stone ~~ "Jungfrukällan" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Jurassic Park" - Steven Spielberg ~~ "Koyaanisqatsi" - Godfrey Reggio ~~ "Броненосец «Потёмкин»" - Sergueï Eisenstein ~~ "L'Enfant - Frères Dardenne ~~ "La Vie d'Adèle" - Abdellatif Kechiche ~~ "Le Trou" - Jacques Becker ~~ "Lolita" - Stanley Kubrick ~~ "M" - Fritz Lang ~~ "Magnolia" - Paul Thomas Anderson ~~ "Melancholia" - Lars von Trier ~~ "Memento" - Christopher Nolan ~~ "Mommy" - Xavier Dolan ~~ "Mulholland Drive" - David Lynch ~~ "No Country for old men" - Coen's ~~ "North by Norwest" - Alfred Hitchcock ~~ "Nymphomaniac" - Lars von Trier ~~ "Once Upon a time in America" - Sergio Leone ~~ "Only God Forgives" - Nicolas Winding Refn ~~ "Paths of Glory" - Stanley Kubrick ~~ "Persona" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Prisoners" - Denis Villeneuve ~~ "Psycho" - Alfred Hitchcock ~~ "Requiem for a dream" - Darren Aronofsky ~~ "Schindler's List" - Steven Spielberg ~~ "Shame" - Steve McQueen (II) ~~ "Smultronstället" - Ingmar Bergman ~~ "Sicario" - Denis Villeneuve ~~ "Singin' in the Rain" - Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly ~~ "Spring Breakers" - Harmony Korine ~~ "Star Trek : Into Darkness" - J.J. Abrams ~~ "Star Wars" - George Lucas ~~ "Sunrise - Song of two humans" - Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau ~~ "Sunset- Boulevard" - Billy Wilder ~~ "Taxi Driver" - Martin Scorsese ~~ "The Breakfast Club" - John Hugues ~~ "The Dark Knight" - Christopher Nolan ~~ "The Dark Knight Rises" - Idem ~~ "The Deer Hunter" - Michael Cimino ~~ "The Departed" - Martin Scorsese ~~ "The Great Dictator" - Charlie Chaplin ~~ "The General" - Buster Keaton ~~ "The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo" - David Fincher ~~ "The Holy Mountain" - Alejandro Jodorowsky ~~ "The Kid" - Charlie Chaplin ~~ "The LEGO Movie" - Christopher Miller & Phil Lord ~~ "The Lord of the Rings : the Fellowship of the Ring" - Peter Jackson ~~ "The Place beyond the Pines" - Derek Cianfrance ~~ "The Prestige" - Christopher Nolan ~~ "The Raid : Berandal" - Gareth Evans ~~ "The Social Network" - David Fincher ~~ "The Tree of Life" - Terrence Malick ~~ "The We and the I" - Michel Gondry ~~ "The Wolf of Wall Street" - Martin Scorsese ~~ "To Be or not to Be" - Ernst Lubitsch ~~ "Toy Story 3" - John Lasseter ~~ "Trance" - Danny Boyle ~~ "Twelve Angry Mens" - Sidney Lumet ~~ "Fire Walk with me" - David Lynch ~~ "A Straight Story" - David Lynch ~~ "Watchmen" - Zack Snyder ~~ "Whiplash" - Damien Chazelle

Song : "How to leave your body" - John Murphy | VIDEO : THE DRIVER

 

ERIKA LINDER model actress

 

Erika LINDER

One of the most impressive silver screen outings for a model to date - EYE FOR FILM

Model Erika Linder announces herself as a promising screen presence - VARIETY

 

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POSITIF - Revue de Cinéma - Numéro 676, juin 2017 - Couverture : Natalie Portman - SONG TO SONG - Terrence MALICK

 

POSITIF - Revue de Cinéma - Numéro 676, juin 2017 - Couverture : Natalie Portman / MALICK

 

"Aucun film de Malick ne donnait à ce point un vertige troublant du réel saisi dans une perspective physique inédite. Corps abîmés, rockers ivres, errants ou violents, tatouages obsédants ou inquiétants, maisons délabrées, tout ce qui existe doit être source de contemplation.

La forme humaine est éloquente, à méditer, occasion de fulgurantes sensations de beauté. "L'Amour se trouve dans la forme humaine, divine", médite ainsi l'héroïne Faye (Rooney Mara), citant des vers de William Blake." (...)

"Voyageuse, éprise, inlassable, la caméra célèbre et révère les courbes des hanches, du bassin, le bas-ventre féminin, comme le Cantique des Cantiques (Song of Songs)". (...)

"La figure du jump cut et de l'association (segments discontinus d'une même scène ou émotion, lien flottant entre les plans) s'accomplit dans cette exploration de l'intermittence au sens proustien - l'examen microscopique des envies, des pulsions, des moments, des éclats et des éclipses des sentiments dont le regard plus vaste ne voit que les trajectoires". (...)

Pierre Berthomieu  :  Song to Song  J'ignorais que j'avais une âme  / POSITIF Revue de cinéma, juin 2017

 

"SONG TO SONG. ...an associative freedom that makes almost all other movies look, by comparison, like the stodgiest vestiges of filmed theatre. (...) Within the shifting romantic triangle of “Song to Song,” Terrence Malick develops an overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience". "Malick makes art—his art—the subject of the film.... This seventy-three-year-old filmmaker looks to the heart of his own inspiration, his own impulses, and creates a cinema that, with the creative command of his own life experience, feels more exuberantly youthful than that of most Sundance phenoms."

Richard Brody / The New Yorker

 

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