Film FILMSKE MUTACIJE

Dolazi japanski seks-revolucionar

  • Autor: V.G.
  • 28.11.2008 16:41:14
  • 25.11.2008 0:00:00

Koji Wakamatsu, jedna od poznatijih i kontroverznijih figura japanskog filma i politike, dolazi u Zagreb na filmski festival

U zagrebačkom kinu Tuškanac od 30. studenog do 4. prosinca održat će se Filmske mutacije: festival nevidljivog filma, a ovogodišnja tema festivala je spoj erosa i politike. Jedan od gostiju ovogodišnjih Mutacija bit će i legendarni Koji Wakamatsu, ikona japanskog nezavisnog filma šezdesetih godina, čiji su mu politički radovi i veze s japanskom Crvenom armijom te palestinskim ratnicima kroz godine na vrat navukle brojne probleme sa zakonom i japanskom desnicom, ali i nevolje s ulaskom u SAD.

Wakamatsu će u Zagrebu predstaviti neke od svojih najvećih i najslavnijih radova, enciklopedijske primjerke političkih pinku eiga (seks-filmova) desetljećima nedostupnima ne samo hrvatskoj, već i svjetskoj publici, a prikazat će se i drugi klasici iz zlatnog doba japanskog novog vala, kao što su 'Eros Plus Massacre' (Yoshishige Yoshida) ili 'AKA Serial Killer' (Masao Adachi).

O inovativnosti i radikalnosti filmskih slika u japanskom revolucionarnom filmu 1960-ih govorit će vodeći filmolog japanskog filmskog undergrounda Go Hirasawa, a francuska filmologinja Nicole Brenez će srodnim programom predstaviti europsku i američku filmsku kontrakulturu, fokusirajući se na igrane i eksperimentalne filmove Petera Whiteheada i Anthonyja Sterna, vodećih pripadnika europske i američke umjetničke pop-revolucije kraja 1960-ih, čiji su filmovi proizišli iz suradnje s grupom Pink Floyd, Allenom Ginsbergom, Peterom Brookom, Lawrenceom Ferlinghettijem, Alexanderom Trocchim, Adrianom Mitchellom, Paulom Austerom, Arthurom Millerom, Robertom Rauschenbergom, Tedom Berriganom...

Koji Wakamatsu će održati radionicu sa studentima Akademije dramske umjetnosti, a Anthony Stern sa studentima Akademije likovnih umjetnosti.
FILMSKE MUTACIJE: FESTIVAL NEVIDLJIVOG FILMA 2008. / EROS+POLITIKA:

1. PROGRAM: GO HIRASAWA
Yoshishige Yoshida, Eros plus Massacre, 1969, 165min, 35mm
Koji Wakamatsu, Embryo Hunts in Secret, 1966, 72min, 35mm
Koji Wakamatsu, Ecstacy of the Angels, 1972, 89min, 35mm
Koji Wakamatsu, Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of World War, 1971, 71min, 16mm
Koji Wakamatsu, United Red Army, 2006, 190min, 35mm 
Nagisa Oshima, In the Realm of Sense, 1974, 110min, 35mm
Masao Adachi, AKA Serial Killer, 1969, 86min, 35mm
Motoharu Jonouchi, Gewaltpia Series, 1968-72, 80min, 16mm:
-Wols (1964/18Min/ 16mm)
-The Mass Collective Bargaining at Nihon University
(1968/21min/original 16mm converted to DVD)
-Gewaltpia Trailer (1969/ 13 Min/ 16mm)
-Shinjuku Station (1974/ 14 Min/ 16mm)
Michio Okabe, Crazy Love (1968/97min/16mm)

2. PROGRAM: NICOLE BRENEZ

Screening 1
Baby Baby, Anthony Stern, UK, 1965, 12min, c/b, 16m
San Francisco, Anthony Stern, UK, 1968, 15min, boja, 16mm
Wheel, Anthony Stern, UK, 1969, 17min, boja, 16mm
Ted Berrigan, Anthony Stern, UK, 1970, 23min, nb, 16mm
San Francisco Redux, Anthony Stern, Sadia Sadia, Stephen W. Tayler, UK, 2008, 10min, boja, video
Screening 2
Il y avait des rêveurs, Chaab Mahmoud, France, 2007, 20min, Beta
Wholly Communion, Peter Whitehead, UK, 1965, 33min, 35-mm
Pink Floyd London ’66 -‘67, Peter Whitehead, UK, 1967, 30min, 35-mm
Screening 3
The Fall, Peter Whitehead, UK, 1967, 120min, 16mm
Screening 4
Daddy, Peter Whitehead, Niki de Saint Phalle, France/UK, 1973, 75min, 35mm
Screening 5
Jean Genet parle d'Angela Davis, Carole Roussopoulos, 1970, 10'
SCUM Manifesto, Carole Roussopoulos, 1976, 26'
FHAR, Carole Roussopoulos, 1971, 26'


3. PROGRAM: ALEXANDER HORWATH
PROGRAM 1 (ca 85 min, incl. short breaks between films)
Meissner Porzellan! Lebende Skulpturen der Diodattis im Berliner Wintergarten 1910?, Gaumont Co. // 35mm, silent, col, 1 min 30 sec (16 or 18 fps)
Les Chiens savants 1907 Pathé Frères // 35mm, silent, b/w+col, 5 min (16 or 18 fps)
Sculpteur moderne 1908, Segundo de Chomón // 35mm, silent, col, 7 min (16 or 18 fps)
A Film Johnnie 1914, Charles Chaplin // 35mm, silent, b/w, ca. 10 min (18 fps)
Ballet Mécanique 1924, Fernand Léger // 35mm, silent, b/w, 20 min (18 fps)
Rose Hobart 1937, Joseph Cornell // 16mm, sound, col, 12 min
Germany Calling [Lambeth Walk] 1941, Charles Ridley // 35mm, sound, b/w, 2 min
Adebar 1957, Peter Kubelka // 35mm, sound, b/w, 1 min
Meeting Points 1978, Sanja Iveković // Video [of a video-performance], sound, col, 6 min
Roter Morgen 1990, Dietmar Brehm // 16mm, sound, col, 4 min
Mosaik Mécanique 2008, Norbert Pfaffenbichler // 35mm, sound, b/w, 9 min – CinemaScope!

PROGRAM 2 (94 min)
Vom Innen; von aussen 2006, Albert Sackl // 16mm, silent, col, 21 min
La Libertad 2001, Lisandro Alonso // 35mm, sound, col, 73 min
PROGRAM 3 (ca. 120 min, incl. short breaks between films)
Les Maîtres fous 1955, Jean Rouch // 35mm, sound, col, 30 min
Bodybuilding 1966, Ernst Schmidt jr. // 16mm, sound, col, 9 min
Saute ma ville 1968, Chantal Akerman // 35mm, sound [no dialogue], b/w, 13 min
Farbtest Rote Fahne 1968, Gerd Conradt // 16 mm, silent & music from tape, col, 12 min
Idę… (I’m going...) 1973, Józef Robakowski // 35mm, sound, b/w, 3 min
Untitled 1 (Hairwashing, bald head from behind, close-up yawning man, and woman gnawing her fingernails) 1975, Hamlet Hovsepian // 16mm, silent, b/w, 8 min
Personal Cuts 1982, Sanja Iveković // Video, sound, col, 3 min 30 sec
Anthem 2006, Apichatpong Weerasethakul // 35mm, sound, col, 5 min

PROGRAM 4 (ca. 80 min, incl. short breaks between films)
Meshes of the Afternoon 1943, Maya Deren & Alexander Hammid // 16mm, sound, b/w, 14 min
In the Street 1944/1952, Helen Levitt // 16mm, sound, b/w, 16 min
Khaneh siah ast (The House is Black) 1963, Forugh Farrokhzad // 35mm, sound, b/w, 20 min
Instrukcije br 1 1976, Sanja Iveković // Video [of a performance], silent, b/w, 6 min
Semiotic Ghosts 1991, Lisl Ponger // 16mm, sound, col, 17 min
Lossless #2 2008, Rebecca Baron & Douglas Goodwin // Video, sound, b/w+col, 3 min
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