May 27, 2008

Belgian Cinema

Belgian Cinema


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Isabelle Huppert in Joachim Lafosse's Private Property


Introduction

This is a piece which is part of the 'Unseen Europe' section of the Kinoeye Blog. Despite efforts by the European Union to encourage the cinematic representation of all its members the industrial and commercial nature of cinema vitiates its long-term health as an art form. Lack of marketing power and only weak exhibitionary systems mean that many interesting European films are never seen in the cinema, or only very briefly. These articles are meant to direct interested visitors to some of these films and any web discourse which helps contextualise them.  


Chantal Akerman


Biography of Chantal Ackerman : From the Deutsche Film Institute


La Captive (The Captive) (2001)


Toute une nuit (1982) YouTube extract below:




The Dardenne Brothers

Dardennes Bros Cannes 2008

The Dardennes Bros with their best screenplay award Cannes 2008 for La Silence de Lorna


In 1999 Rosetta by the Dardenne Brothers wins Palme d'Or at Cannes

In 2005 L'enfant by the Dardenne Brothers won the Palme d'Or at Cannes 

Film Philosophy Review by Joseph Mai of a book on the Dardenne Bros 


La Silence de Lorna (2008) by the Dardenne Bros. YouTube extract below. It won the prize for best screenplay in the 2008 Cannes Festival    




Webliography

Romney 2008 on:  The Silence of Lorna

Video of the Guardian interview at the Southbank with the Dardenne Brothers

Weight of Water. Sight and Sound Article April 2006 by Johnathan Romney on the Dardenne Brothers

Rosetta. Sight and Sound Review March 2000 by Lizzie Francke 

Independent: Sheila Johnstone on Secret of Dardennes Bros Success 

Private Property (2006). Sight & Sound May 2008 review by Ginette Vincendeau

Philip French review Private Property Observer April 2008 


BBC interview with Chantal Ackerman  



Bibliography

The Cinema of the Low Countries


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