Publication Date: The Library has issues from 2006 forward on DVD
While filmmaking is being revolutionized by digital technology, film distribution is not. But what good is a revolution if it remains a secret? The Journal of Short Film promises to bring short film out of the dark and to start democratizing film. The JSF has used the literary journal model to create a sustainable model for truly independent production and distribution of short films. By providing an unprecedented venue for these films, perhaps the journal can liberate them from the narrow-minded and risk-averse film industry. ==from the publisher
This compilation of short film works brings together Jonas Mekas' many forms of expression throughout his career. At times funny, subversive, provacative, ironic, and fundamentally free, this panorama also shows us the sharp eye and acerbic wit that makes Jonas Mekas more than a filmmaker: a lover of life and people that he embraces with his camera, whose montages sing of eternity.
Making movies is the most exciting way to earn a living and it is not surprising that media and film studies remain the most popular courses at colleges across the western world. A short film provides an opportunity for elliptical, poetic, condensed story telling. Shorts can take risks rarely seen in features. It is the arena where a strong voice or individual vision is possible; an invitation for experimentation and originality. Making Short Films, 3rd edition is entirely revised and restructured, providing a much more complete and detailed guide to filmmaking, with more information on new technology, illustrations and ideas for best practice.
Dinner Rush is gourmet cinema, served with a generous helping of culinary panache. After countless commercials, music videos (including Michael Jackson's "Beat It"), and a few obscure features, director and restaurateur Bob Giraldi casts his own New York eatery as a TriBeCa hot spot where the owner (Danny Aiello) presides over a busy night of fine dining and mob entanglements. He's been a bookmaker for 25 years but he's going legit; his son (Edoardo Ballerini) is a nuovo cuisine genius, eager to inherit the business; the sous-chef (Kirk Acevedo) is deeply in debt to mafia thugs; an art-dealer snob (Mark Margolis) is antagonizing his waitress (Summer Phoenix); a charming stranger (John Corbett) harbors a climactic surprise; and a powerful food critic (Sandra Bernhard) is ready to pounce on any wrong move. In perfect control of this bustling environment, Giraldi directs like a great chef cooks: with Altmanesque delicacy, confident that every ingredient is vital to the success of his creation. It's utterly delicious. --Jeff Shannon
Weimar Cinema, 1919-1933
by Laurence Kardish (Editor, Text by)
Call Number: PN1993.5.G4 W358 2010
Publication Date: 2010-12-31
by [organized by] Laurence Kardish ; [essays by Laurence Kardish and Michael Taussig ; edited by Libby Hruska]
Call Number: N6953.M55 A4 2009
Publication Date: 2009-06-30
Positif 50 years : selections from the French film journal
by Laurence Kardish (Editor); Michel Ciment (Editor, Introduction by)
Call Number: PN1995 .P6816 2002
Publication Date: 2003-01-02
Reel plastic magic; a history of films and filmmaking in America
by Kardish, Laurence
Call Number: PN1993.5.U6K37
Publication Date: 1972
Rainer Werner Fassbinder
by Laurence Kardish (Editor); Juliane Lorenz (Editor); Georgia Brown (Contribution by); Thomas Elsaesser (Contribution by)
Call Number: PN1998.3.F37 R34 1997
Publication Date: 1997-02-01
Illuminations : memorable movie moments
by Richard Pepperman
Call Number: PN1995 .P3947 2010
Publication Date: 2010-10-01
lluminations: Memorable Movie Moments incorporates contemporaneous reviews and archival appraisals of more than 50 films over nine decades. The book investigates the clashing judgments, the irresistible attractions, and the lifelong impact of movies, their exacting moments, and individual and collective cinematic remembrances. Humorous, nostalgic, melancholy, and historic reminiscences echo the creativeness of movie-making upon the imagination, and the accumulated storehouse of memory.
The Eye Is Quicker : film editing : making a good film better
by Richard D. Pepperman
Call Number: TR899 .P465 2004
Publication Date: 2004-03-25
Setting up Your Scenes : the inner workings of great films
by Richard D. Pepperman
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