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You'll also be introduced to films (rated out of 5 stars), festivals, artists of all kinds, getaways and restaurants. Some amusing bio anecdotes may pop up.
I won’t be cluttering my pages with announcements of concerts and info you can easily grab from the Internet.
So join me on the ride into the rugged and the remarkably luxurious.
We all need to discover open borders both in the world and in ourselves.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
LE FILM DE BAZIN (Directed by Pierre Hébert) **
Lovely in feel, this documentary creates a meditative looks as it
presents letters and photographs taken by the filmmaker André Bazin of several
old Roman churches in Italy and
Most were weathered by time or partially destroyed by bombs. Animator Hébert
recreates their façades – even placing people walking outside on their grounds.
Narrated by Michael Lonsdale, the film project by Basin began in 1958 but it
ended that year. Bazin died of leukemia. These points of historical referencing
should have had a map on the screen to show the viewer their different locations
as each one was examined. As well, the ending of the film was most unclear and
jumped topic speaking about Martin Luther King, Hitchcock and the White House. This journey into ecclesiastic monuments, although repetitive in some
parts, is most peaceful to the eye. (Screened at FIFA).