Professor, Film Archive Professional
|Fear Eats the Soul
|Rainer Werner Fassbinder
|Pierrot le fou
|Man with a Movie Camera
|The Wild Bunch
|Az EN XX. SZAZADOM
|Daughters of the Dust
Still the greatest American film ever made.
All of Russian history in a single take, The Russian Ark is a masterpiece of mise-en-scene and planning.
The modernist condition in a nutshell.
All the conflicts between generations in post-war Japan are addressed in this moving film.
Fear Eats the Soul
Fassbinder's Sirkian melodrama analyses issues of ethnic identity that still haunt Germany in the 21st century.
Pierrot le fou
The absolute best film by Godard in the mid-20th century.
Man with a Movie Camera
The most complex mediation on cinema and the nature of cinematic practice ever made.
The Wild Bunch
The western to end all westerns, a male melodrama of epic proportions.
Az EN XX. SZAZADOM
A feminist perspective on 20th century European history.
Daughters of the Dust
African American history from a feminist perspective, one of the most visually stunning films of the ate 20h century.
While there has always been a mid-20th century modernist bias in my choices, ten years ago and today, I have tried to include work by women and people of colour.