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Fragments of Kubelka

Directed by Martina Kudlácek
Austria, 2012
Documentary

Synopsis

This epic documentary subtly introduces the complex worldview of iconic filmmaker and theoretician Peter Kubelka.

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Fragments of Kubelka Directed by Martina Kudlácek
Kubelka’s pioneering role in crafting the Anthology Film Archives’ “invisible cinema” screening room—inspired by the human womb, with the screen as the light coming in through the birth canal—is given pride of place, as is a live PBS cooking show (!) Kubelka conceived and performed in the ’70s. It may be all more Kubelka than you ever wanted…
May 03, 2013
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Engaging and thorough, Ms. Kudlacek’s film is a charismatic extended performance by a philosopher-poet who may change the way you think about art, time and raspberries… If “Fragments of Kubelka” demands an investment of time, Mr. Kubelka rewards it. In his films and his ceaseless explorations, he affirms time as grounded in the rhythm of life rather than measured as a countdown to death.
May 02, 2013
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Cinema" bobs in and out of these talks, but Kubelka is quite deliberate in refusing to keep it front and center. What we typically think of as the world of film is in fact connected to everything else, as our viewing habits and our education militate against this deeper understanding of its place in human history. What Kudláček has given us, in some sense, is the “invisible” work of Kubelka, the immaterial erudition and evanescent productivity that defines his career beyond his physical films.
April 30, 2013
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