A large tree causing a neighbour conflict, a catastrophic sex video, chainsaws, missing pets and one of the slowest car chases in recent film history: the new dark Icelandic suburban satire ‘Under the Tree’ might start off as a comedy, but soon develops into a bloody Jacobean tragedy with events that will both make you laugh and cringe in your seat.
A very special guest post by my hubby Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner) on the forthcoming film screening of ‘Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present’ at Tate Modern on Friday 14 October 2016 and an interview with the director Tyler Hubby.
Do you choose your clothes by how they look or who designed them? Now think about films. You probably choose to watch a film based upon who directed it or who stars in it, but have you ever considered who’s responsible for how these film look? Who takes care of the majestic images before you? While the film director will describe the desired feel and look of his/her film, it’s the cinematographer who actually creates the images that lock into your memory. The current exhibition on acclaimed director of photography Robby Müller at EYE film museum in Amsterdam provides insight in the importance of the cinematographer.
It’s the 1st of July already and apparently we’re in the midst of summer. Since it feels more like autumn rather than summer at the moment, I’d thought you would appreciate some film tips to hide from the rain over the next weeks. As always I’ve done some research for you and selected my personal Top 5 Must See Films and Top 5 Must Avoid Films.
Part two of my Dutch Girl Does Arts & Culture overview for October-December 2015. In today’s post my film & TV recommendations including 6 Must See Films and 4 Must Avoid Films! I’ll also be sharing a great foodie tip with you for a fast, healthy and cheap meal in London.
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