From: Ingo Petzke (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jan 25 2007 - 09:20:24 PST
It's a German documentary that in 1997 won the German Film Critics
Associations' award as Best Experimental Film of the Year - and was mostly
shot in animation technique. It's about a small hotel in Britanny and its
owner who remembers 40 years or so running the place. The filmmaker used
video and 16mm in different stages of production (information on site).
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On Behalf Of scott nyerges
Sent: Donnerstag, 25. Januar 2007 17:39
To: email suppressed
Subject: Examples of personal documentaries
I'm seeking recommendations for examples of personal documentaries,
especially those that employ experimental filmmaking techniques, for some
inspiration on a project of my own. Titles that I might be able to find via
Netflix or at an institution like the Donnell Media Center in NYC, would be
TV dinner still cooling?
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