Lights, Camera & Sound: Post Cinema Discussion II (Digital Cinema)

Around 1970’s in Moscow, Andrei Tarkovsky was asked the question about an interest in creating abstract films. His response was there can be no such thing. Cinema‚Äôs most intrinsic function is to operate a camera that opens a shutter, begins rolling film, and recording the action set in front of the lens. Nothing more. Tarkovsky settled for this notion, nothing more. Well Tarkovsky, the 21st … Continue reading Lights, Camera & Sound: Post Cinema Discussion II (Digital Cinema)

Lights, Camera, & Sound: Post-Cinema, a Movement, Genre or Neo-Paradigm?

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?

Photogenic Interlude: Pigeon Point Dusk Rain

If the ether spoils Earth will in its toil A return to the afterbirth A distant concept of impure earth At the center of this venture I discovered a place to linger Pigeon point cove Desolate place disclose On a road know by many Scorched remembrance of yesterday’s raucous ocean waves with a pinch of gaunt mist A place secluded to be traveled by so … Continue reading Photogenic Interlude: Pigeon Point Dusk Rain