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Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 108 Collections and/or Records:

The Pillow Book / Peter Greenaway; B Neuenschwander., 1997

Identifier: CC-32706-34295
Scope and Contents

This is a modern day version of a 10th Century Chinese story that has been brilliantly adapted, conceived, written and directed by Greenaway. It features body art using Japanese calligraphy done by Brody Neuenschwander. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1997

Traite De Bave et D'Eternite [Treatise on Venom and Eternity] / Isou, Isidore ; Lemaitre M ; Cendrars B ; Cocteau J ; Devaux F., 1951 - 2008

Identifier: CC-57493-10000786
Scope and Contents The documentation of this experimental lettriste film in the accompanying book was written by Frederique Devaux.Wikipedia: Treaty of drool and eternity is an experimental film French written and directed by Isidore Isou in 1951 , produced by Marc'O and mounted with the help of Maurice Lemaitre . Duration: 120 min. This is the first work of cinema Lettrist . This film caused a scandal at Cannes in 1951 and received the Prix Spectators Avant-Garde. This film is based on the principle Isou called discrepant assembly, which consists of a total disjunction between sound and image, processed independently without any meaningful relationship. Thus, the soundtrack consists of poems Lettrists (for generic and interludes), which is added a narrative telling the story of Daniel, author of a manifesto for a new cinema (the cinema discrepant) of his speech in front of a hostile audience and his love affair with a woman named Eve. The empowerment of its purpose to do to reach their full...
Dates: 1951 - 2008

U Is For Underground Movie / Scott, Anthony ; Campbell D., 1969

Identifier: CC-58863-66495
Scope and Contents A typed label on the verso reads as follows: U is for UNDERGROUND MOVIE starring DONALD CAMPBELL with fulll supporting cast of pink anatomical forms to be cast according to a shooting script to be improvised by the audience . DO NOT FOLD TOO FLAT. Anthony Scott (1969).Wikipedia: Anthony David "Tony" Scott (21 June 1944 -- 19 August 2012) was a British film director and producer. His films were generally more popular with audiences than critics, and include The Hunger (1983), Top Gun (1986), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), Days of Thunder (1990), The Last Boy Scout (1991), True Romance (1993), Crimson Tide (1995), The Fan (1996), Enemy of the State (1998), Spy Game (2001), Man on Fire (2004), Dejà Vu (2006), The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009), and Unstoppable (2010).This film script is not part of "The Longest Most Meaningless Movie" (1969) in the World, an underground movie made in the UK that ran to 48 hours long and directed by Anthony Scott. No actual footage was shot for the...
Dates: 1969

[Untitled] / Lemaitre, Maurice ; Chopin H ; Bertozzi GA ; Debord G ; Isou I ; Tzara T ; Ben., 1995

Identifier: CC-07686-7836
Scope and Contents

Published on the occasion of a retrospective exhibition of Lemaitre's films. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995