Xavier Dolan trailers

Tom a la ferme (uit 2013)


Les amoureux imaginaires (2012)


Lawrence anyways (2010)


J’ai tué ma mère = filmdebuut uit 2009


Research_hedendaagse filmauteurs_02Corbijn

LES 2 – Anthon Corbijn

Control (uit 2007): z/w naturalisme

A profile of Ian Curtis, the enigmatic singer of Joy Division whose personal, professional, and romantic troubles led him to commit suicide at the age of 23.

The American (uit 2010)

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Film als kunst? 

Ordet, 1955 Theodor Dreyer

Il vangelo secundo matteo, 1964, Pierre Passolini

Au hasard Balthasar, 1966, Robert Bresson

Kreten en gefluister, Ingmar Bergman > steeds existentiele vraagstukken in films

Zerkalo ‘de spiegel’, Andrei TARKOVSKY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV9CEmAMd0k  wind scene


Truffaut ‘400 fous’ van Truffaut > scene jongetje op strand

A BOUT DE SOUFFLE = 1e moderne film > jump cuts, John Cassavetes = eerste die zich losscheurt van Hollywood studio system

Fragmenten gezien in film > eveneens van cassavetes ‘Minie and moskowitz” > vrouwen commentaar op de droomfabriek die Hollywood is: zie ons hier in ons miserabele leventje…


zijn debuut ‘shadows’


2e = totaal iets anders ROY ANDERSON : you the living > absurde wereld, humor, de draak steken met de zweedse samenleving,


queer and gender

RICHARD KERN: filmmaker en fotograaf > seks en bondage, naakten, onderdrukte vrouw > sexy vrouwen met kalashnikovs… gezien als transgressive filmkunst

‘submit to me’ uit 1886

in lovers cave – recente muziekvideo geregisseerd door richard kern

Silence = death

A fire in my belly (david wojnarowicz)


DEREK JARMAN > sebastien volledig in het latijn



Extra info KUG (links)_02POP-ART expended cinema



futuristische ‘lawaaimuziek’ van luigi russolo

MUZIEK door Edgar Varése voor het “Poéme Electronique’ van expo 58

EXPANDED CINEMA > voorbeeld Stan VanderBeeck ‘Science friction’

Stan Vanderbeek is considered one of the pioneers of computer animation and multimedia art.He coined in the 1960’s the expression “Expanded cinema” to indentify the process of using film in art developed from early twentieth Century avant-gardes movements that combined together filmmaking, media-technologies and performance art.His early films from the 1955 to 1965 involved animating paintings, drawings and collages; he would cut out pictures from magazines and books and combine them together in order to create different surreal images. His ironic juxtaposition were inspired by Max Ernst’s dada collages and had the wild rough informality of the Expressionism of the Beat Generation.
(Moritz, W., “Stan Vanderbeek Biography”, http://www.iotacenter.org/visualmusic/articles/moritz/vanderbeekbio,last accessed 18/10/10)

«Influenced by Buckminster Fuller’s spheres, Vanderbeek had the idea for a spherical theater where people would lie down and experience movies all around them. Floating multi-images would replace straight one-dimensional film projection. From 1957 on, Vanderbeek produced film sequences for the Movie-Drome, which he started building in 1963. His intention went far beyond the building itself and moved into the surrounding biosphere, the cosmos, the brain and even extraterrestrial intelligence.»
(Jürgen C.,Leonardo, Vol. 36, No. 3, 2003, p. 229.)

WARHOLS long takes (eat, sleep, blow job, …) + exploiding plastic inevitable



Extra info KUG (links)_01ARS MORIENDI


Tom Liekens



 Alexandra Verhaest


Aleksander SOKUROV – ‘mother and son’ (1997)

‘Piss christ’ door Andres Serano 


Decasia – Bill Morrison (2002) 

Fuji door Robert Breer (bij wie Bill Morrison in de leer was gegaan) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HudkC6Oapww

Das oriegien mysterien theater – Hermann NITCH

OVER NECREREALISME: http://www.rektoverso.be/artikel/liever-dood-dan-bloot

https://mubi.com/lists/necrorealism (artikel necrorealisme)


OVER BIPENDALISM (film 2005): A painter of animals who grew up as an orphan finds out more about the death of his father. In the cellar of his parental home, he finds a file of scientific research about crossing the human race with related biological species.

Bipedalism, or ‘two-footed walking’, is the story of a painter who grew up in an orphanage and only years later learns the circumstances of his father’s disappearance and death. Childhood memories bring the main character back to the past: he buys a house in the suburbs that used to belong to his family. In the basement, he finds his father’s archives and scientific research documents on the hybridization of human race with related biological species. Studying the archive material, he unexpectedly finds evidence of efforts to renew the experiments on the remaining hybrid population. The painter then becomes a researcher, and consequently a victim. The basic idea of his father’s research was to change, control and influence the process of human evolution – initially connected with eugenics theories of the period before World War II, and now being placed in a context of modern ‘biotechnological’ expectations by his former colleagues. The main character tries to recreate and realize his father’s heritage, who was forced to cooperate with state terror organizations, using the results of his secret research. In a tragic manner, this information turns into the main character’s reality, at first forcing him to reappraise his father’s values and later driving him to madness.

YUFIT en MASLOV in ‘silver heads’ (1998)

“Spring” van yufit (1987)