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Top 100 greatest films I’ve seen. 31st of December 2013.

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Les vampires (1915, Feuillade, France)
Herr Arnes Pengar (1919, Stiller, Sweden)
Von morgens bis mitternachts (1921, Martin, Germany)
Le Retour à la raison (1923, Ray, France)
L’Inhumaine (1924, L’Herbier, France)
Die Nibelungen (1924, Lang, Germany)
Stachka (1925, Eisenstein, Soviet Union)
Kurutta Ippeji (1926, Kinugasa, Japan)
Sunrise (1927, Murnau, USA)
Napoléon (1927, Gance, France)
Lonesome (1928, Fejös, USA)
La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (1928, Dreyer, France)
La chute de la maison Usher (1928, Epstein, France)
Chelovek s kino-apparatom (1929, Vertov,  Soviet Union)
Zemlja (1930, Dovzjenko, Soviet Union)
M (1931, Lang, Germany)
Limite (1931, Peixoto, Brazil)
Kagirinaki hodo (1934, Naruse, Japan)
Naniwa Ereji (1936, Mizoguchi, Japan)
Arigato-San (1936, Shimizu, Japan)
Bringing up Baby (1938, Hawks, USA)
Olympia 1. Teil - Fest der völker (1938, Riefenstahl, Germany)
Stagecoach (1939, Ford, USA)
Meshes of the Afternoon (1943, Deren/Hammid, USA)
At Land (1944, Deren, USA)
Roma, città aperta (1945, Rossellini, Italy)
The Third Man (1949, Reed, United Kingdom)
Puce Moment (1949, Anger, USA)
Orphée (1950, Cocteau, Frace)
Rashômon (1950, Kurosawa, Japan)
Bakushu (1951, Ozu, Japan)
Saikaku ichidai onna (1952, Mizoguchi, Japan)
The End (1953, Maclaine, USA)
Tokyo Monogatari (1953, Ozu, Japan)
Shichinin no samurai (1954, Kurosawa, Japan)
Ordet (1955, Dreyer, Denmark)
Pather Panchali (1955, Ray, India)
Un condamné à mort s’est échappé… (1956, Bresson, France)
Vertigo (1958, Hitchcock, USA)
Anticipation of the Night (1958, Brakhage, USA)
Shadows (1959, Cassavetes, USA)
La dolce vita (1960, Fellini, Italy)
La Jetée (1962, Marker, France)
Dog Star Man (1962, Brakhage, USA)
Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux (1962, Godard, France)
Khaneh siah ast (1963, Farrokhzad, Iran)
Twice a Man (1963, Markopoulos, USA)
Tini zabutykh predkiv (1964, Parajanov, Soviet Union)
Démanty noci (1964, Nemec, Czechoslovakia)
Yá Kuba (1964, Kalatozov, Soviet Union/Cuba)
Suna no onna (1964, Teshigahara, Japan)
The Flicker (1965, Conrad, USA)
La Noire de… (1966, Sembene, Senegal)
Andrei Rublev (1966, Tarkovskij, Soviet Union)
Sedmikrasky (1966, Chytilová,  Czechoslovakia)
Unsere Afrikareise (1966, Kubelka, Austria)
Mouchette (1967, Bresson, France)
Skizbe (1967, Peleshyan, Soviet Union)
Vecher nakanune Ivana Kupala (1968, Iljenko, Soviet Union)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Kubrick, United Kingdom/USA)
Spalovac mrtvol (1969, Herz, Czechoslovakia)
Shinjû: Ten no amijima (1969, Shinoda, Japan)
Uski Roti (1970, Kaul, India)
Aguirre, Der Zorn Gottes (1972, Herzog, West Germany)
Maya Darpan (1972, Shahani, India)
Edvard Munch (1974, Watkins, Sweden/Norway)
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Hooper, USA)
Céline et Julie vont en bateau (1974, Rivette, France)
Un homme qui dort (1974, Queysanne, France)
Tabiate bijan (1974, Saless, Iran)
Analytical Studies III: Color Frame Passages (1974, Sharits, USA)
Mirt Sost Shi Amit (1976, Gerima, Ethiopia)
One Way Boogie Woogie (1977, Benning, USA)
Creation (1979, Brakhage, USA)
Stalker (1979, Tarkovskij, Soviet Union)
Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980, Fassbinder, West Germany)
Fanny och Alexander (1982, Bergman, Sweden)
Reassemblage (1983, Minh-ha, USA)
Idi i smotri (1985, Klimov, Soviet Union)
Dao ma zei (1986, Zhuangzhuang, China)
Robinson no niwa (1987, Yamamoto, Japan)
Passion (1989, Reble, West Germany)
Szürkület (1990, Fehér, Hungary)
Side/Walk/Shuttle (1991, Gehr, USA)
Riget (1994, von Trier, Denmark)
Sátántangó (1994, Tarr, Hungary)
Gabbeh (1996, Makhmalbaf, Iran)
Ta’m e guilass (1997, Kiarostami, Iran)
Cure (1997, Kurosawa, Japan)
Mat i syn (1997, Sokurov, Russia)
A Casa (1997, Bartas, France/Lithuania)
Histoire(s) du cinéma (1989/98, Godard, Switzerland/France)
Sånger från andra våningen (2000, Andersson, Sweden)
Yûreka (2000, Aoyama, Japan)
Psalm III: ‘Night of the Meek’ (2002, Solomon, USA)
Dogville (2003, von Trier, Denmark/Sweden)
Sud Pralad (2004, Weerasethakul, Thailand)
Mountaineer Spinning (2004, Jacobs, USA)
Trees of Syntax, Axis of Leaves (2009, Saïto, Canada)
Meek’s Cutoff (2010, Reichardt, USA)

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Picasso and Braque went to the movies?

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Take Martin Scorsese as a producer/narrator, a handful of art historians discussing art and film historians discussing film up to the first world war. Then let gallery owner Arne Glimcher direct it and call it Picasso and Braque go to the Movies.

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Confusing? Well, there’s only a few relevant comparsions between their Cubist art and movies at the time. Like Edisons film of bodybuilder Eugen Sandow from 1894 pictured above.

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The rest is hard to follow, unless you know your art and movie history of the period, but even if you do it’s not always clear.

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Instead I want to read Standish Lawder’s book The Cubist Cinema, where he tries to tie cubist art and cinema of the 1910s and 1920s, hopefully more succesful.

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To summarize: I learned some stuff about Picasso and Braque and more or less the same facts about early film I already knew. And did Picasso and Braque go to the movies? Apparently, because the title says so.

Filed under Film Art Pablo Picasso Georges Braque Standish Lawder Cubism Martin Scorsese