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YouTube - "Lost In Paris with Cortazar" by Eduardo Montes-Bradley
"This is a clip from the feature doc "Cortázar..." by Eduardo Montes-Bradley. It portrays Carole Dunlop and Belgian [interesting] author Julio Cortázar playing hide and seek in Paris sometime in the late 1970's - early 1980's. They take turns with the camera but it's mostly Cortazar trying to find Carole in Paris. The games is familiar Hopscotch-like or reminiscent. It also comes to mind an interview in with Cortazar describe his impression on graffiti and the tear up posters in the street. Dunlop, of course is constantly searching for the elusive image of the Belgian author with a camera at hand."

[via: http://librosdepfanner.blogspot.com/2010/02/julio-cortazar-en-paris.html ]
juliocortázar  paris  caroldunlop  film  play  hopscotch  larayuela  eduardomontes-bradley 
august 2010 by robertogreco
Flight of the Red Balloon - Movies - New York Times
"keeping with Mr. Gopnik’s depiction, the not-quite-touristy Paris of Mr. Hou’s film,...Part childhood fable, part urban reverie, “Flight of the Red Balloon” does not adapt “The Red Balloon” so much as borrow its iconography: a boy, a balloon,
theredballoon  film  paris  adamgopnik 
april 2008 by robertogreco
BLDGBLOG: Paris 2054
"But, either way, the film seems further proof that students of architectural design should stop pinning all their hopes solely on architecture, and consider guerilla careers as film, or even game, start-ups, using their graphic ideas and energy to take o
film  animation  architecture  design  cities  future  paris  europe 
april 2006 by robertogreco
Archinect : News : Paris in Nine Minutes
"C'était un rendez-vous is a legendary cinéma vérité short film made in 1976 by Claude Lelouch. Using a Ferrari 275 GTB early one August morning, Lelouch attached a camera to the bumper of the car and sped through the streets of Paris. He gave the dri
film  transportation  cars  cities  paris 
january 2006 by robertogreco

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