A discussion on watching and experiencing Ritrovato 2000 digitally — an account of the advantages and disadvantages — as well as a discussion of the films available on Day Three: I’m no Angel (Wesley Ruggles, 1933), When We Were Kings (Leon Gast, 1997), I cento cavalieri (Vittorio Cattafavi, 1964) , documentaries on Jean-Pierre Melville, Voker Schlöndorff, as well as the day’s Bologna shorts. Today we also went off-piste but aligned with the program and discuss Tomás Gutiérrez Alea’s Death of a Bureaucrat (1966) and Yuzo Kawashima’s wonderful Suzaki Paradise: Red Light (1956).
The day’s Bologna shorts can be seen here:
The essay Richard discusses, ‘Paradox in Project-based enterprise: The Case of Film’ can be accessed by clicking above or through here: Paradox_in_Project-Based_Enterprise_The_Case_of_Fi
Listeners may also wish to read Geoggrey Gardner’s excellent assessment of Melville, Le dernier samourai which can be accessed here:
I also blogged on several Kawashima films when they were being screened on MUBI, and they can be accessed here: