Filmmaker and programmer
|Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
|Journey to Italy
|The Gospel According to St. Matthew
|Pier Paolo Pasolini
To my eyes, the most beautiful film about the triumph of human ambition and then it's decadence, made by cinema's mightiest hermit.
Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
The angst and alienation of Jeanne Dielman’s daily life turned into one of the most beautiful acts of cinematographic rebellion.
The deepest and most beautiful nightmare about a wounded country existing within a wounded world.
The existencial wonderings of Mouchette across a cruel, cruel world by cinema's most precious formal utopists.
Journey to Italy
The intimacy of love and hate transformed into a tale of subtle visceral epicness.
War-making transformed into love-making through film-making.
The Gospel According to St. Matthew
The deep essence of a certain spiritual passion seen through the optic of thorough lyric realism.
The creative eruption by one of cinema's most daring and provocative visionaries.
The passage of time as the main character of a film, it haunts and hypnotises us across a cathartic wasteland of human melancholy.
One of cinema's greatest war films as it transforms a gruesome tragedy into a poetic and spiritual quest of human integrity.