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Merce Cunningham & Co

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Depicts Merce Cunningham working with his company in studio.
VHS
1982
Ivy (By Request)
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Merce Cunningham & Co [electronic resource]

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Shows Merce Cunningham working with his company in studio.
Online
1982
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Merce Cunningham & Co [electronic resource]

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Shows Merce Cunningham working with his company in studio.
Online
1982
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Melange

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Melange is a videodance by Merce Cunningham and filmmaker Charles Atlas, created over September 30 - October 2, 1999 during the filming of Atlas' documentary Merce Cunningham: A Lifetime of Dance. The videodance is comprised of a series of excerpts that alternate between the austere/minimal geometric spaces of INA Studios, Bry-sur-Marne, and the urban industrial landscape outside Les Frigos, an artists' squat-turned-contemporary arts complex in Paris' 13th Arrondissement. The scenes feature choreography that would later be incorporated into the dance titled Interscape (2000). The music is likewise comprised of selections from environmental sound recordings materials recorded for John Cage's Instances of Silence (1982).
Online
2000
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Les Artistes du Théâtre Brûlé =: Das Theater in Den Ruinen

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"A blend of fact and fiction, based on the actual lives of the actors, the film depicts a troupe of actors and dancers struggling to practice their art in the burned-out shell of Cambodia's former national theatre, the Preah Suramarit National Theatre in Phnom Penh." -- Wikipedia.
DVD
2006; 2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Paper Airplane

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A documentary film recording a group of young people who come to Beijing for the ideal life. Instead they have to struggle with reality and drug addiction.
DVD
2010; 2001
Clemons (Stacks)
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Pour Un Oui Ou Pour Un Non de Nathalie Sarraute

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Two childhood friends who have not seen in a while, decide to meet again. They speak and seek the reasons for their distancing: words spoken in a certain manner, intonation, etc.. Soon, a discussion begins and accounts are settled. --
Online
1988
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Une Jeunesse Amoureuse

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"François Caillat was twenty in 1970. From this, a certain banality, he nevertheless decided to make a film. A film that is both intimate and universal, which revolves around his stolen loves and his youth, starting from an era that itself seems gone forever. Without doubt this is done any time, and that is why this film will touch every viewer old enough to be attentive to the experience of loss which constitutes it. But something comes over in this film: the alliance of the 1970s as an unsurpassable horizon of freedom with the melancholy of ruins that followed them." -- www.lemonde.fr
DVD
2014; 2012
Clemons (Stacks)
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Pond Way

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"Ponds are a way of life: bogs, water lilies, a haven for birds, myriad layers of different activities," Cunningham said. One of Cunningham's "nature studies," Pond Way is a lyrical, contemplative, often sensuous piece evoking the motions of water, at times reminiscent of the game of skipping stones over the surface of a pond, which Cunningham had loved to play as a child. Primarily a full-company dance, the performers move in large, complex formations across the stage with movements beginning and ending at random, evoking the image of sunlight shimmering across the water's surface. Brian Eno created New Ikebukkuro (For 3 CD Players), an immersive generative composition, for the dance. The score consists of ten unique tracks randomly played within and across each performance, with th [...]
Online
2005
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S21: Khmer Rouge Killing Machine

In 1975-79, almost two million Cambodians lost their lives to murder and famine when the Khmer Rouge forced the urban population into the countryside to fulfill their ideal of an agrarian utopia. The notorious detention center code-named 'S21' was the schoolhouse-turned prison where 17,000 men, women and children were tortured and killed, their "crimes" meticulously documented to justify their execution. In this award-winning documentary and astonishing historical document, survivor Vann Nath confronts his captors, some of whom were as young as 12 years old when they committed their atrocities.
Online
2014; 2003
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Pétition: La Cour des Plaignants

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Since 1996 Zhao Liang has filmed the "petitioners" from all over China who come to Beijing to complain against the abuses and injustices of local authorities. Gathered near the complaints offices, around the southern railway station of Beijing, living mostly in makeshift shelters, the complainants wait for months or years to obtain justice. Farmers driven off their land, workers from factories in liquidation, small homeowners whose homes were demolished without compensation, all types of cases are represented. Exposed to the most brutal intimidation from the local authorities, the complainants who insist nevertheless often hope in vain. Zhao Liang has accompanied several of them, particularly a mother and daughter whose story we follow over ten years. A film showing the persistent co [...]
DVD
2010; 2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Crime et Châtiment

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"On the North Korean border, Chinese military police enforce the law with a heavy hand, leading to moments of harrowing abuse and surreal satire. Amidst the barren wintry landscape of Northeast China, Chinese military police officers rigidly enforce law and order in an impoverished mountain town. They raid a private residence to bust an illegal mahjong game, casually abuse a pickpocket accused of throwing away evidence and berate a confession out of a scrap collector working without a permit. The police switch between precise investigative procedure, explosions of violent fury and moments of comic ineptitude, all captured incredibly before the camera. A prime example of how independent documentaries are on the vanguard of Chinese cinema, Crime and punishment is an unprecedented look [...]
DVD
2010; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Biped

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Cunningham wrote of this dance that it gave him "the feeling of switching channels on the TV ... the action varies from slow formal sections to rapid broken-up sequences where it is difficult to see all the complexity." Cunningham used the DanceForms computer software to develop the choreography for the dance, which unfolds in a number of sections: solos, duets, trios, and ensemble dances. The décor for BIPED was a collaborative exploration of the possibilities of the animation technology of motion capture. The digital artists Paul Kaiser and Shelley Eshkar, working with Cunningham, captured 70 choreographed phrases performed by two dancers. The phrases were transposed into animated digital images and abstract patterns (vertical and horizontal lines, dots, clusters) and, during perfo [...]
Online
2005
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One Day in the Life of Andreĭ Arsenʹevich

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One day in the life of Andreĭ Arsenʹevich : this documentary is a homage to post-War Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky by his friend and colleague renowned French filmmaker Chris Marker. Marker draws parallels between Tarkovsky's life and films, offering an original insight into the usually reclusive director. Incorporating extensive film clips, journal entries, personal musings, and behind-the-scenes footage of Tarkovsky obsessively commanding his entire crew and of candid moments with his friends and family, this is a personal and loving portrait of the monumental filmmaker.; In the dark: one day of an elderly blind man who lives in a small apartment in suburban Moscow with only his white cat to keep him company as he weaves baskets to give to strangers on the street.; Three songs [...]
DVD
2010; 1999
Clemons (Stacks)