I’m currently reading a book, a valuable source, about the Post-Cinema theory. The name is Post Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film by Shane Denson and Julia Leyda. I’m reading the Introduction section. I will get to Chapter 1 later weekend. From what I have read, the authors Shane and Julia give contrasting personal recollections from their childhood about cinema’s impact on their lives. It’s good to … Continue reading Lights, Camera, & Sound: Post-Cinema Discussion Part 1 continues………
I was pondering a term to explicate the style of the existing cinema culture. Hence, whenever the term ‘Post-‘ is applied in art, music and film it usually refers to ‘after‘ or ‘in between periods.’ I am certain theorists – in this paradigm – are churning the preverbial engine to get their scholarly journals, books, and symposium in circulation to render a clear definition of … Continue reading Lights, Camera, & Sound: Post-Cinema, a Movement, Genre or Neo-Paradigm?
Vincent Moon is the videographer maverick who, I believe, has revolutionized film, music and art into a platform to be unscathed by the corporate machine. His videos are like visions. His technique is like a visionary. His name has become legendary amongst the music world. He is the Bodhi, Buddha of cinematography that some may admire or abhor. I see his style is borrowed from … Continue reading Collection Petities Planetes: That Man holding that camera is Vincent Moon.
I first started watching “Take Away Shows” back in 2011. The first film to catch my eye was by Vincent Moon with his “Fiume Night” series on YouTube or Vimeo. It was the “Jess Chambers and the Firefly Orchestra” video I saw. I remember the beginning with Jess speaking on windy winter night in some city in New Zealand. Her beautiful voice resonating my ears. … Continue reading Camera, Sound and Travel: Take Away Shows presented by La Blogothèque