jacques de la villeglé, 122 rue du temple, 1968
“Man Ray has told me that if a film bores him he spontaneously transforms it by blinking his eyes rapidly, by moving his fingers in front of his eyes, making grilles of them, or placing a semitransparent cloth over his face.”
Ado Kyrou, The Film and I, in: Paul Hammond (ed.), The Shadow and its Shadow: Surrealist Writings on Cinema, San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2000, p. 131.
"If a film bored him, he transformed it voluntarily by blinking his eyes at a rapid pace, by passing his fingers in front of his eyes, by forming grates, or by placing a semi-transparant cloth over his eyes.”
Man Ray’s muse Kiki as quoted in Stephen Kovács, From Enchantement to Rage: The Story of Surrealist Cinema, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1980, p. 273.
'one of the first films in which they turned their backs to the camera.' 'And so it occurred that the camera could be pointed in the opposite direction - the reverse angle shot.'
'Godard refused to bring his camera round to show us the face of Anna Karina.’
'Even some of the electricians on the set cried!'
'The walls were painted pink to remove their glare.'
F.C. Gundlach - ‘Jean-Luc Godard’ - Berlin, 1961
Kelly Schacht - Un Tour d’Horizon - 2011
”…” - voor ‘Performatik’ (i.s.m. Kaaitheater) - 2011
!!! RT @AdrianMartin25 “Mind-boggling: the Italian Costa Concordia ship that has today been in a terrible accident is the same one as in Godard’s FILM SOCIALISM.”
Umberto Verdoliva - Italy Profetica Anno 2012 (click)