From: db (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2007 - 20:29:36 PST
On Feb 9, 2007, at 11:35 AM, Bernard Roddy wrote:
> A "pre-historic" cinema, films that would do today what the
> discovery of "primitive" African art did for the Surrealists (it's
> a shame we can't discover an "uncivilized" non-western use of film
> dating back to the 16th century).
> A "Cinema of Cruelty," films inspired by Artaud's conception of
> theater - anti-representation, anti-writer, anti-director, yet
> affirmative (did Augusto Boal record anything?).
Not aboriginal, but the first thing that comes to mind from the above
two paragraphs is "Begotten" by Elias Merhige
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