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Apichatpong's favorite films

by Filip Akerman
2007, in the digital newspaper Internation Herald Tribune – Apichatpong Weerasethakul (aka “Joe”) choosed his five favorite films. Most obviously (because it’s the case for everyone) it is an “off-the-moment-list”. As the fifth pick he mention not a specific movie, but Naomi Kawase’s early super-8 films in general. 2010, on the media arts organization Facets Features blog, Weerasethakul also choose his favorite films, but now ten picks and quite different ones then before. I add those too. Not in the moviebase: The Unchanging Sea (D.W. Griffith, 1910), Luk e-san (Son of the Northeast) (Vichit Kounavudhi, 1982). Mentioned twice: Goodbye… Read more

2007, in the digital newspaper Internation Herald Tribune – Apichatpong Weerasethakul (aka “Joe”) choosed his five favorite films. Most obviously (because it’s the case for everyone) it is an “off-the-moment-list”. As the fifth pick he mention not a specific movie, but Naomi Kawase’s early super-8 films in general.

2010, on the media arts organization Facets Features blog, Weerasethakul also choose his favorite films, but now ten picks and quite different ones then before. I add those too.
Not in the moviebase: The Unchanging Sea (D.W. Griffith, 1910), Luk e-san (Son of the Northeast) (Vichit Kounavudhi, 1982).

Mentioned twice: Goodbye Dragon Inn (Ming-liang Tsai, 2003), Satantango (Bela Tarr, 1994)

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