Don Larsson wrote:
>As you may know, there is currently a series of films and videos=
>by the British Film Institute, celebrating 100 years of cinema.=
>Each film/video tends to concentrate on one national or world-regional=
>(I just caught the ones for France. . .and Brazil.)
>The one for Poland is directed by Pawel Lozinski, from an idea by=
>It focuses on the experiences and memories of filmgoers themselves.
I AM WONDERING WHERE ONE CAN RENT THE FILMS OR BUY THE VIDEOS=
THIS BFI "Century of Cinema" series. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts=
13 titles. I have seen the US entry, A PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH MARTIN
SCORSESE THROUGH AMERICAN MOVIES (which runs 226 mins.) But I=
interested in some of the others.
Stephen Frears' TYPICALLY BRITISH
Mieville et Godard's 2 X 50 YEARS OF FRENCH CINEMA
Edgar Reitz's THE NIGHT OF THE FILMMAKERS
Lozinski's 100 YEARS IN CINEMA
Stig Bjorkman, I AM CURIOUS, FILM
Donal Taylor Black, IRISH CINEMA -- OURSELVES ALONE?
Mikhalkov, THE RUSSIAN IDEA
Stanley Kwan, CHINESE CINEMA
Oshima, 100 YEARS OF JAPANESE CINEMA
Jang Sun-Woo THE CINEMA OF THE ROAD
Pereira Dos Santos, CINEMA OF TEARS
Sam Neill, CINEMA OF UNEASE
If anyone knows how to get 'em, I'm interested. Much obliged.
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