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 No.13002[Reply]

Hi /film/, haven't been on here in a while but I'm glad to see the board still seems to be alive. I finished undergrad earlier this year and have had a pretty miserable experience looking for jobs since then, it seems like the good jobs are inaccessible and even the shit jobs require 2-4 years of experience. I've been giving more thought to grad school, probably in something film related (whether it be and MA or MFA). I don't really know where to start looking on which programs would be best, just on a quick glance it seems like Columbia, UCLA, UChicago, and AFI might be good choices for different sorts of film stuff. Does anyone have experience with film-related grad school?

 No.13003

I like the UCLA campus. It's in a nice part of LA. I have no experience with their film program but it's probably very expensive if you live out of state.




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 No.12796[Reply]

How do I make found footage/video art/machinima film without being struck by copyright infringement?

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 No.12800

>>12799

I remember listening to a mixtape with a bunch of uncleared copyright samples. The same track appeared on the official album, but the copyright samples were replaced with something a bit different.

The copyright music was used as an inspiration, but they were phased out when needed. The final product seemed to be completely original.


 No.12811

>>12797

It's not about copyright bots taking it down. It's about commercially distributing a modified version of the work without clearing the copyrights. This includes using video game footage for a machinima film.


 No.12812

Aren't there companies that won't bother you for using their game footage?

Where/how are you going to sell this?


 No.12901

>>12812

submitting to film festivals


 No.12956

>>12901

I hope you will share it with us too




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 No.7501[Reply]

Now that Britannia has finally shown some backbone, how about suggestions of lesser known UK gems to remind everyone that British culture has been pretty damn cool

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 No.7507

any films about like stonehenge era britain? or northern europe in general (I know the nicolas winding one)


 No.7508

Some really 'lesser known' ones off the top of my head:

-A Cottage on Dartmoor (The best British silent film - Absolute must see)

-The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue

-The System

-I'll Never Forget What's'isname

More well known:

-The Abominable Dr. Phibes

-Theatre of Blood

-Peeping Tom

-Night of the Demon

-Brief Encounter

-All 'Ealing Comedies' - especially Passport to Pimlico

-School For Scoundrels

-The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

-Billy Liar

-Saturday Night, Sunday Morning

-The Devils

-The Ipcress File

-Blow Up

-Kill List


 No.7509

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>>7508

Nice list. I didn't know about that silent film.

Passport to Pimlico reminded me of Genevieve, made by the same director but outside of Ealing

It's a charming technicolor comedy about racing antique cars

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045808/reference


 No.7510

>>7509

Thank you for the recommendation. Never heard of that one.

Another:

The Ruling Class - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMtkNvDGjV0


 No.12952

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>>7508

>-All 'Ealing Comedies' - especially Passport to Pimlico

Which other Ealing pictures do you like? Passport to Pimlico was quite charming. The style of comedy was different than I expected. Instead of getting laughs from sight gags or endless punchlines, the comedy came from characters who were suddenly in a funny situation.

Also the line about "We've always been English..." was fantastic.




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 No.7280[Reply]

I made a chart to post in a 3x3 thread on 4chan but it turns out my IP has been banned, so I will just leave it here.

Feel free to comment, recommend and post yours

if you want to make one, you can do it here: https://bighugelabs.com/mosaic.php

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 No.7328

>>7324

damn, would have never guessed the spielberg one

interestingly enough though, i was tempted to put La ville des pirates on my chart at first

about the Chytilova and Sjostrom films, shame on me for not having seen them already


 No.7330

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>>7328

>damn, would have never guessed the spielberg one

It's cool to see how he got started and where he got the name "Amblin Entertainment". The bootleg copy is very washed out thought, giving it a faraway atmosphere. It has some interesting visual ideas despite the cheap production.

>interestingly enough though, i was tempted to put La ville des pirates on my chart at first

Yeah that's a stunning experience. So what are the other ones in your chart?


 No.7333

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>>7330

On an empty balcony, Dreams that money can buy, 322 (dusan hanak)

Alaverdoba, La formula secreta, De Mieren

Tren de Sombras, Maborosi, Olga i el tempo

but in all honesty, pic related is my real "favorites" chart


 No.7342

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>>7333

Thanks man, I'm looking up those titles. I'll have to watch Tren de Sombras sometime because I like when nitrate fragments are assembled into a new project.

BTW I guess there is a DVD for Water and Power. The director released it himself but it didn't show up when I googled.

http://www.lookoutmountainstudios.com/films.php


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 No.1487[Reply]

What do you think was the worst film of last year? They have to be legitimately bad or at most less than 50 percent of the audience enjoyed it
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 No.8746

>>8676

Must feel good to know you are still right


 No.8748

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 No.12866

>>1493

If you just want RT's or IMDB's opinion why don't you march yourself over there and look it up for yourself?


 No.12927

>>8670

>>12866

jesus what is it with you yanks and bumping old threads


 No.12928

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>>12927

they're newfags anon




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 No.7420[Reply]

make your own at https://deepart.io/

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 No.12918

are those film related?


 No.12919

Probably not. I tried Deep Art a little bit. I remember the processing time gets longer and longer as you use it more.




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 No.4165[Reply]

I've been watching old "city movies" recently, by which I mean movies (preferably documentary) that focus on the daily life of a city. Some favorites so far have been Duoro Faina Fluvial, Berlin: Symphony of a Great City, and A Propos de Nice. Any recommendations of similar films would be appreciated, maybe we could even work on a city-core chart
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 No.12229

>>12226

Well-made bit of social propaganda. The exaggerated portrayals of country life and city life are intriguing. I was very interested in the utopian planned city at the end of the documentary. I never knew about "greenbelt" cites before - planned by the Feds as one of the expansive New Deal social engineering projects. Planned cities often have unforeseen flaws, however I couldn't find major problems with Greenhills OH or Greenbelt MD (though it's funny they were whites-only).

Obviously the greenbelt idea did not spread as much as the documentary envisioned, but the lifestyle of these communities bears plenty of similarities to suburbs which became very popular without central planning.


 No.12235

>>12229

I really like that one. I'm surprised at the low imdb rating though (5.9/10!). I guess it rates poorly because of the way it unrealistically maligns cities like New York.


 No.12333

Vimeo embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I submit Genoa - More Than This as of the best short city movies. Tell me if you agree.

The director says

<Genoa is one of the most underrated cities in Europe. City reveals its charm if you decide to explore it. Here's a short visual poem exposing my memories that left with me after my short stay there. Place that is free of crowds and chaos you may observe all around.


 No.12337

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Montreal By Night (1947)


 No.12880

File: 2706f5710efb5a6⋯.jpg (76.51 KB, 970x647, 970:647, monrovia-indiana.jpg)

Synopsis

<Monrovia, Indiana explores a small town in rural, mid-America and illustrates how values like community service, duty, spiritual life, generosity and authenticity are formed, experienced and lived along with conflicting stereotypes. The film gives a complex and nuanced view of daily life in Monrovia and provides some understanding of a way of life whose influence and force have not always been recognized or understood in the big cities on the east and west coasts of America and in other countries.

Director’s Statement

<I thought a film about a small farming community in the Midwest would be a good addition to the series I have been doing on contemporary American life. Monrovia, Indiana appealed to me because of its size (1,400 residents), location (I have never shot a film in the rural Midwest) and the shared cultural and religious interests within the community. During the nine weeks of filming the residents of Monrovia were helpful, friendly and welcoming and gave me access to all aspects of daily life. Life in big American cities on the east and west coasts is regularly reported on and I was interested in learning more about life in small town America and sharing my view.




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 No.12239[Reply]

/animu/ here and as a sign of friendship I give you guys an invite to our J/a/zz stream >>>/animu/26430 I wish you guys and the board continued growth and success!

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 No.12396

stream is up


 No.12418

stream is up, sorry for the late invite.

>>>/animu/27449


 No.12439

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stream is up, same place, same hour

12 pacific join up!

>>>/animu/27449


 No.12830

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Greetings /film/! You're invited to the new /animu/ stream! We're halfway through Kino no Tabi as of today, and then we'll probably start with Genshiken or Haibane Renmei.

>>>/animu/50687


 No.12878

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/animu/ has a lot of regular streams, actually. In fact

Join us tonight

in our stream night at https://cytu.be/r/loleron to watch some seasonal anime, and the movie "Gyakusatsu kikan", at 5PM EST (in about 2h25min from now,but we might start it a little later today)




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 No.12773[Reply]

who are some well liked Directors which you consider to be absolute hacks?

For me, it's Sergio Leone.

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 No.12776

>>12775

that's exactly why. It seems he got lucky


 No.12789

I just made a thread on /tv/ about this. Fucking Kubrick. Big let down. Never watched his shit, and just finished Dr. Strangelove and Eyes Wide Shut. Very dissapointing, but more pissed off at the society that props up his mediocre story delivery, and his luck of having an intermittent scene that is aesthetic.


 No.12831

>>12789

you haven't watched enough to say that


 No.12832

>>12831

He sounds like a kid, I would just ignore it.


 No.12833

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 No.4507[Reply]

Why isn't Peter Greenaway discussed more often? I think he is one of the best filmmakers to ever live. He takes Lynchian surrealism to an extremely cerebral level.

What's your favorite film by him? What do you or don't you like about him? General discussion thread

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I see The Falls mentioned in other threads but not here. I think it's mad brilliance, one of those unique cinema experiences that sticks in your mind forever.

It took me a few days to get through the 3+ hours of absurd names, obsessive passions, mysterious happenings, birds, water, circular travel, references to Greenaway's later films, and hypnotic musical stings by Michael Nyman. It was soothing to watch parts of The Falls at the end of the day when I was barely lucid.

By the way, has anyone ever asked Greenaway how he feels about Wes Anderson doing a cutesy hipster version of his films?


 No.9757

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May 4 2017 interview with Peter Greenaway (AKA "Famous Director")

http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/modern-movies-are-appalling-says-famous-director-ahead-of-plymouth-talk/story-30311888-detail/story.html

[H]e is less than enamoured with the state of modern cinema.

"I think it's appalling" he said. "We've ended up with a cinema which is just bedtime stories for adults.

"The films are anodyne and repetitive – we've seen it all before.

"I hardly ever go to the cinema, I find it so boring."

Mr Greenaway said he had been a big fan of directors such as David Cronenberg (The Fly, Videodrome) and David Lynch (Eraserhead, Blue Velvet), but felt their best work was behind them.

"Lynch has disappeared and Cronenberg is wasting his time illustrating novels," Mr Greenaway said.

He now prefers to look back to the work of earlier auteurs such as Sergei Eisenstein, Alain Resnais, whose 1961 movie Last Year at Marienbad he described as "the best film of the past 60 years", and his Italian "heroes" including Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini.

"But the Italians have now thrown it all away," he said. "I certainly respect Antonioni and Fellini, people with a visual sense, who tell stories in a visual way."

He said modern film-makers had not even taken full advantage of the "exciting digital revolution", still making movies in the same format at directors did in the 1950s and 1960s.

He said art should provide "the shock of the unfamiliar".


 No.9758

>>9757

I like his quote "bedtime stories for adults" but I disagree with his claim that there's NOTHING good being made right now. It doesn't sound like he's digging very deep.

Has anyone seen The Tulse Luper Suitcases and is it worth a look?


 No.9812

>>9757

>it's a Greenaway says cinema is dead episode


 No.12805

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🇬 is for great big ideas

🇷 is for raw meat

🇪 is for exquisite sets

🇪 is for excruciating acting

...




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 No.10469[Reply]

Looking for films where the bad guys win, any genre is okay.

Bonus points if its nazis

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 No.11313

>Net Neutrality.


 No.12757

File: 6c8c8af528d77f7⋯.jpg (86.65 KB, 480x559, 480:559, avengersinfinitywar-hd.jpg)

>inb4 capeshit


 No.12763

>>12757

>Capeshit

Marvel will resurrect everyone next film and kill Thanos. It literally does not count and you sullied a thread, >>11313 you too faggot.


 No.12792

No country for Old Men

Maybe Memento? I don't remember.


 No.12798

>>12792

>No Country for Old Men

>Watching the movie directed by the cuckens

>Not reading the book

>Thinking Chighur won.




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 No.12788[Reply]

A scientist places her son and his girlfriend into a cryogenic sleep so they can survive the coming apocalypse. They wake 25 years later in a world dominated by neo-Nazi like ruler, called the Messiah who holds the "Death Run"



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 No.12328[Reply]

Can you imagine an adaptation of Yume Nikki directed by Takashi Ito. Also, if Shuji Terayama was still alive, he could definitely do it justice.

What directors could possibly make an amazing Yume Nikki film?

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 No.12468

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 No.12469

Who do you think would make a good Madotsuki?


 No.12479

>>12468

Get out faggot.


 No.12484

>>12479

Stop self projecting nigger.


 No.12787

Are there any movies like Yume Nikki?




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 No.6288[Reply]

Just watched a Japanese movie, "Watashi wa nisai". Was very relaxing as it was slow paced, simple, and barely anything happened. Are alot of Japanese films that way? How can I into Japanese movies? And what are some simple, calming films from any country?

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 No.10378

How about checking out tao films VoD? I have set this up as an extension of The Art(s) of Slow Cinema, which has been mentioned on here before.


 No.10380

>>10378

I know you're into minimalism but that's not much of an explanation


 No.10387

Does anyone know of the documentary about the 2011 earthquake that was compiled entirely of found footage from cell-phones and all that? I remember it came out pretty soon after it and it may just have been on YouTube


 No.10439

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>>10387

That doesn't sound very calming


 No.12784

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The aesthetics of absence and duration in

the post-trauma cinema of Lav Diaz

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwi0IG0etMyqOGdDWDZBOEY5QXM/view




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 No.5216[Reply]

Films made fore the specific purpose of selling tickets through titillation. Not porn of any kind, but that kind slasher/giallo approach to sparking interest.

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 No.10471

>>10465

>Never heard of Solid Misogynistic Roughie.

That's not the name of the movie...the imdb reviewer used that phrase in his title and I thought it was funny. I guess "rougie" is a genre term for vintage rape porn.


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 No.10578

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>>10471

he coulda just said dark comedy instead of all those leftist buzzwords that drive away non-brainwashed people.


 No.10979

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High quality smut


 No.12777

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Check out Vinegar Syndrome. I haven't watched many of the titles they sell but it's fun to flip through the catalog.




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