From: Jeffrey Scher (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2008 - 06:38:55 PDT
I recall a film called "The End of the Art World" from 1971 by Alexis
Krasilovsky, I believe, which featured several hilariously
irreverent interviews. One shouted across busy streets, and one with
I think Leo Castelli where someone is typing (LOUDLY) with a manual
typewriter in the room and the camera jerkily pans to the rythm of
the typing and then whip pans back when the typewriter bell rings and
the carriage is returned.
There is also the surreal interview parody in Fellini's "Spirits of
the Dead" chapter. Terance Stamp as Toby Dammit, drunk and
hallucinating while being pummeled by banalities.
> Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 18:24:03 -0700
> From: Adam Levine <email suppressed>
> Subject: Creative use of first person/talking head interviews
> Hi there,
> I was wondering if anyone on the list could suggest films or
> that have a novel (or even irreverent) approach to the interview -
> be it as
> research, raw material or part of the actual fabric of the film. Any
> suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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