Re: vampires in avantgarde cinema?

From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jun 12 2007 - 05:31:08 PDT

Nadja by Michael Almereyda! :)

(I would have to say that seeing as it features the
pxl 2000!) ;)

I assume the original Nosferatu is too mainstream a
film even tho I'm sure it was quite leading edge at
the time but how about the Herzog version?

I want to say "Martin" by George A. Romero but theres
nothing really that avant garde about it per se, but
it is really, really different to other vampire films.
It's a conventional narrative but just not the
conventional vampire narrative. Hmmm... Well I wanted
to mention it, even if it is a bit off-topic.



--- albert alcoz <email suppressed> wrote:

> Hi,
> Does anyone know movies about the figure of vampire
> (Dracula/Nosferatu) in the avantgarde cinema?
> I'm doing a research about it an d i've been
> thinking in titles like:
> Vampyr by Carl Theodor Dreyer
> Le Vampire by Jean Painlevé
> Cuadecuc-Vampir by Pere Portabella
> Arrebato by Iván Zulueta
> Blood for Dracula by Paul Morrissey
> Rumpelstilzchen by Jürgen Reble
> Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary by Guy Maddin
> Evil of Dracula by Martha Colburn
> any suggestion?
> albert
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