Some weeks ago, I met Celeste Araújo (one of the programmers of the Xcèntric‘s programme of experimental film). She told me that once she had made a tapestry from one of my works (D_FragTV) and I really flip out! I asked her if she could send me a photo of her tapestry and here it is.
This is so nice that I don’t know want to say, so I’ll just say a big THANK YOU!!!
It’s that time of the year in which everybody writes best-of-the-year lists, all I have to say this year is this, paraphrasing Matt Zoller Seitz:
“Other series were more comprehensible, and nearly all were less gore-soaked, but none was as consistently innovative and sublime … This visionary drama evoked German Expressionist cinema, glossy-pretentious art-house pictures … super-sexy fan fiction, and even experimental film. … The climactic showdown … was the most orgiastic display of choreography, music, lighting, and gore … [its creator] might as well have reached through the screen and handed viewers a cigarette and a towel.”
Guess what he’s talking about.
“The 10 Best TV Shows of 2015,” Matt Zoller Seitz, Vulture.
Warning: This film contains flashing images and stroboscopic sequences
This one is from A Field in England by Ben Wheatley. I remade the original intertitle that I had because it was a bit small for a HD video.
Due to Violent Content, and Flashing Lights with Strobe Effects, Viewer Discretion Advised
This one is from Hannibal, my favourite TV series ever (it’s from “Takiawase”, season 2 episode 4). The DVD doesn’t include this warning at the beginning of the episode, but it was there when it was broadcasted on TV.
“Television, says Shaviro, ‘is part of our everyday experience; it quietly insinuates itself into our personal lives. We get so deeply involved with television precisely because it doesn’t imperiously demand our attention. It is simply there, day in and day out, like wallpaper or a piece of furniture.'”
Motion[less] Pictures: The Cinema of Stasis, Justin Remes.
Hannibal, “Secondo” (season 03, episode, 03).
World Listening Day Project