Oh, I’m back to blogging, my dear friendz! Just had some cluttered weekz, and absolutely great echo after visiting Belgrade’s Napravi Me! / Make Me Festival in the middle of June. The input I’ve got there was so strong, so I needed the other way out to articulate thingz.
Short documentary Karakuri by Matthew Allard had been already widespread all around the web. It’s a movie I wanted to publish at the beginning of June, but then I had mini break… So, it’s never too late for a good dox here! Karakuri is a traditional Japanese puppet craft, actually an ancient variant of robotics.
Combining the mastery of experimental film making and the chemistry of cuisine, Peter Kubelka is certainly more than interesting person to listen to about the art of cinema, celluloid and the sound.
Thanks to peeps from 25FPS – International Festival of Experimental Film and Video we can enjoy two short footages from Kubelka’s lectures Metric Cinema and Metaphoric Cinema held in September, 2010.
I simply can’t believe I’ve found this film! ‘Evidentia (evidence) – 1 film (4) conceived by Sylvie Guillem’ is an art documentary about my favorite dance hacker – Sylvie Guillem.
A classical ballet dancer with internationally successful career who switched off to contemporary dance by blowing the stage off with her elasticity… I already blogged about issues regarding retired ballet dancers about two yearz ago (52 Percent) with a special accent on Guillem as a role model. Also, she’s been mentioned in my interview with Dr. Beatriz Calvo-Merino as her favorite dancer.
Sylvie Guillem (c)
Illustration above: The GNU logo by Etienne Suvasa
Illustration bellow: Tux, the penguin, mascot of Linux