Re: A little introduction, then Deleuze
- Hi Finn,
Is your film digitized, i.e. can you send it over the Internet? If
so, I'd be interested in seeing it!
Welcome to the group!
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> Hi everyone,
> after an agonizing, three week long wait, my membership
> has finally been approved!and
> I am a student at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands
> am writing my thesis/dissertation to complete my film studiesdegree.
> I am writing on The Thin Red Line, trying toinvestigate/problematize
> the by now traditional claims that it, along with Malick's othera
> films, constitutes Heideggerian cinema. I'm trying to move toward
> Deleuzean analysis of the film - not seeing it as an illustrationof
> philosophical ideas, but as a film that thinks in images andsounds.
> For now though, I'm just working out all the differentHeideggerian
> readings in my first chapter.1999
> I saw The Thin Red Line when it came out in the Netherlands in
> and consequently fell in love with the film and with cinema atlarge.
> Six months later I started my current studies.the
> In the summer of 2000 I also spent two months in New York City at
> New York Film Academy, where I shot a short film on 16mm partlyDeleuze
> inspired by the swing sequence in TTRL. The film is called 'The
> Continuing Story of'
> If anyone has any ideas on the connections between Heidegger,
> and Malick, please let me know!
> Nice meeting you all. Cheers,
- Unfortunately, my short is presently only in the vhs and celluloid
formats. Actually, I just realised it would be possible to digitize
the vhs copy quite easily. But don't expect it anytime soon ; )
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "g9ford2000" <jgf212@n...>
> Hi Finn,
> Is your film digitized, i.e. can you send it over the Internet? If
> so, I'd be interested in seeing it!
> Welcome to the group!