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BAFICI 2012: THE DAY HE ARRIVES BY HONG SANG -SOO (ITA)

for desistfilm: Lea Liotine wait patiently for the english version, thanks.   Il regista Jean Renoir ha detto una volta ‘a director makes only one movie in his life. Then he breaks it into pieces and makes it again’. Sembra che Hong Sang-soo stia seguendo alla lettera questo  precetto dai tempi di  Like You Know…

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BAFICI 2012: 10+10 -VARIUS (ENG)

for desistfilm: Lea Liotine I anticipated this film with the highest expectations, not only because it was a potpourri of twenty-five minute shorts by many established and emerging Taiwanese directors, including the master himself Hou Hsiao-hsien, but also because it was commissioned by the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival to celebrate the 100th anniversary of…

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BAFICI 2012: 10+10 -VVAA (ITA)

per desistfilm: Lea Liotine Mi sono avvicinata a questo film sotto i migliori auspici, non solo perchè si trattava di un pout-pourri di venti cortometraggi da cinque minuti ciascuno realizzati da altrettanti registi di taiwan, rinomati ed emergenti, incluso il maestro Hou Hsiao-Hsien, ma anche e soprattutto perchè questo film collettivo è stato commissionato dal Taipei…

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BAFICI 2012: TABÚ BY MIGUEL GOMES (ENG)

for desistfilm: Mónica Delgado Tabú is a film of references to the old days of cinema, a two part tale (“Lost paradise” and “paradise”), an ode to black and white nostalgia, to the expressive aesthetics of silent film, with small moments of brilliant humor and a 60’s pop soundtrack. If in Aquel querido mes de…

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BAFICI 2012: TABÚ DE MIGUEL GOMES (SPA)

Tabú es un filme de referencias al cine de antaño, un relato en dos partes marcadas (“Paraíso perdido” y “Paraíso”), una oda a la nostalgia en blanco y negro, a la estética expresiva del cine silente, que cuenta con chispazos de humor brillante y una banda sonora sesentera y pop. Si en Aquel querido mes de…

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BAFICI 2012: BESTIAIRE BY DENIS COTÉ (ENG)

For desistfilm – Catherine Jessica Beed In the opening sequence of Bestiaire, three artists sketch a doe, slowly revealed to be dead and stuffed. The differing ways they focus on recreating the animal, one outlining, one laying the foundation for texture over form, initially coaxes a thoughtful introspection, that each of us in one moment…

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