Abstract:Une femme marie, fragments d'un film tourn en 1964 en noir et blanc, (1964) France Writer/director Jean-Luc Godard Cinematographer Raoul Coutard Editors Andre Choty, Franoise Collin, Agns Guillemot and Grard Pollicand With Macha Mril (Charlotte), Philippe Leroy (Pierre), Bernard Nol (Robert), Roger Leenhardt (Himself). DVD UK, 2009 Produced and distributed by Eureka (region 2) Format Black and white Aspect Ratio 1:33:1 OAR Extras New high-definition transfer in the original aspect ratio. New and improved English subtitles. Original trailer by Jean-Luc Godard. Eighty-page booklet.
Europa, (1991) Denmark, Sweden, France, Germany, Switzerland Director Lars von Trier Producer Peter Aalbk Jensen and Bo Christensen Executive Producers Gerard Mital, Gunnar Obel, Patrick Godeau and Franois Duplat Screenplay Lars von Trier and Niels Vrsel Cinematography Henning Bendtsen, Jean-Paul Meurisse and Edward Klosinsky Production Design Henning Bahs Music Joakim Holbek Costume Designer Manon Rasmussen Editing Herv Schneid Sound Designer Herve Schneid Sound Recordist Pierre Excoffier With Jean-Marc Barr (Leopold Kessler), Barbara Sukowa (Katharina Hartmann), Udo Kier (Lawrence Hartmann), Ernst-Hugo Jregrd (Uncle Kessler), Erik Mrk (Pater), Jrgen Reenberg (Max Hartmann), Henning Jensen (Siggy), Eddie Constantine (Colonel Harris), Max von Sydow (Narrator). Runtime 107 minutes DVD USA, 2008 Produced and distributed by The Criterion Collection (region 1) Aspect Ratio 2.35:1 Extras Special edition doubledisc set: new, restored highdefinition digital transfer. Audio commentary featuring director Lars von Trier and producer Peter Aalbk Jensen (in Danish, with English subtitles). The Making of Europa (1991), a documentary following the film from storyboarding to production. Trier's Element (1991), a documentary featuring an interview with von Trier, and footage from the set and Europa's Cannes premiere and press conference. Anecdotes from Europa (2005), a short documentary featuring interviews with film historian Peter Schepelern, actor Jean-Marc Barr, producer Peter Aalbk Jensen, assistant director Tmas Gislason, co-writer Niels Vrsel, and prop master Peter Grant. Interviews in 2005 with cinematographer Henning Bendtsen, composer Joachim Holbek, costume designer Manon Rasmussen, film-school teacher Mogens Rukov, editor/director Tmas Gislason, producer Peter Aalbk Jensen, art director Peter Grant, actor Michael Simpson, production manager Per Arman, actor Ole Ernst. A conversation with Lars von Trier from 2005, in which the director speaks about the Europa trilogy. Europa The Faecal Location (2005), a short film by Gislason. New and improved English subtitle translation. A booklet featuring a new essay by critic Howard Hampton.
An Autumn Afternoon, (1962) Japan Director Yasujiro Ozu Writers Kogo Noda, Yasujiro Ozu Producer Shizuo Yamanouchi Cinematographer Yuharu Atsuta Art Directors Tatsuo Hamada, Shigeo Ogiwara Music Coordinator Takanobu Saito Lighting Kenzo Ishiwatari Editor Yoshiyasu Hamamura Sound Editor Ichiro Ishii Assistant Director Kozo Tashiro With Chishu Ryu (Shuhei Hirayama), Shima Iwashita (Michiko Hirayama), Keiji Sada (Koichi), Mariko Okada (Akiko), Teruo Yoshida (Yutaka Miura), Noriko Maki (Fusako Taguchi), Shinichiro Mikami (Kazuo), Nobuo Nakamura (Shuzo Kawai), Eijiro Tono (Sakuma, the Gourd), Kuniko Miyake (Nobuko) Runtime 113 minutes DVD USA, 2008 Distributed by The Criterion Collection (region 1) Aspect Ratio 1.33:1 Extras New, restored highdefinition digital transfer. Audio commentary featuring film scholar David Bordwell, author of Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema. Excerpts from Yasujiro Ozu and The Taste of Sake, a 1978 French television programme looking back on Ozu's career, featuring critics Michel Ciment and Georges Perec. Theatrical trailer. New and improved English subtitle translation. Booklet featuring new essays by film critics Geoff Andrew and film scholar Donald Richie.
Danton, (1983) France Director Andrej Wajda Screenplay Jacek Gasiorowski, Jean-Claude Carrire, Agnieszka Holland, Boleslaw Michalek, Andrzej Wajda Original Story Stainislawa Przybyszewska (play) Cinematography Igor Luther Editor Halina Prugar-Ketling Music Jean Prodromides Costume Design Yvonne Sassinot de Nesle With Grard Depardieu (Georges Danton), Wojciech Pszoniak (Maxmillien Robespierre), Patrice Cherau (Camille Desmoulins), Angela Winkler (Lucille Desmoulins), Anne Alvaro (Eleonare Duplay), Andrzej Seweryn (Leonard Bourdon), Alain Mace (Heron), Boguslaw Linda (Saint-Just), Lucien Melki (Fabre D'Eglantine), Roger Planchon (Fouqier-Tinville) and Jacques Villeret (Westermann). Runtime 136 minutes DVD USA, 2009 Produced and distributed by The Criterion Collection (region 1) In French with English subtitles Aspect Ratio 1.66:1 Extras New, restored high-definition transfer. Original theatrical trailer. New and improved English subtitle translation. Video interviews with director Andrzej Wajda, screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrire, and film critic, Jerzy Plazewski. Wajda's Danton, a 42-minute behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the film. A booklet featuring a new essay by film scholar, Leonard Quart.
Malle's Fire Le Feu follet, (1963) France Director Louis Malle Screenplay Louis Malle, based on the novel by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle Producer Alain Queffelean Cinematographer Ghislain Cloquet Art Director Bernard Evein Costumes Gitt Magrini With Maurice Ronet (Alain Leroy), Lna Skerla (Lydia), Yvonne Clech (Ms Farnoux), Hubert Deschamps (D'Averseau), Jean-Paul Moulinot (Dr La Barbinais), and Monal Dol (Mrs La Barbinais). Runtime 108 minutes DVD USA, 2008 Produced and distributed by The Criterion Collection (region 1) Aspect Ratio 1.66:1 Sound mix monaural Extras New, restored high-definition transfer. Archival interviews with director Louis Malle and actor Maurice Ronet. Malle's Fire Within, a new video programme featuring interviews with actor Alexandra Stewart and film-makers Philippe Collin and Volker Schlondorff. Jusqu'au 23 juillet, a 2005 documentary short about the film and its source novel, Le Feu follet, by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, featuring actor Mathieu Amalric, writer Didier Daeninckx and Cannes Festival curator Pierre-Henri Deleau. New and improved English subtitle translation. A booklet featuring new essays by critic Michel Ciment and film historian Peter Cowie.
Martha Graham: Dance on Film A Dancer's World, (1957) Director Peter Glushanok Producer Nathan Kroll With Martha Graham and members of the Martha Graham Company Runtime 31 minutes Appalachian Spring , (1958) Director Peter Glushanok Producer Nathan Kroll Setting Isamu Noguchi With Martha Graham and members of the Martha Graham Company Runtime 32 minutes Night Journey , (1961) Director Alexander Hammid Producer Nathan Kroll Setting Isamu Noguchi With Martha Graham and members of the Martha Graham Company Runtime 29 minutes DVD USA, 2007 Produced and distributed by The Criterion Collection (region 1) Aspect Ratio 1.33:1 Sound Monaural Extras A comparison of Appalachian Spring with an archival performance by Deborah Jowitt. Excerpts from a television pilot featuring Aaron Copland. A visual essay narrated by Nathan Kroll. Interview with Museum of Television and Radio curator Ron Simon. Interviews with films' editors, Eleanor Hamerow and Miriam Arsham. Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed, a 1994 documentary for PBS. Interviews with six of Martha Graham's former dancers. Excerpts from a technique demonstration narrated by Martha Graham. Footage of Graham's company from a 1954 tour. Booklet with an essay by Joan Acocella.
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 2009-10-01
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