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Film As A Digital Diary

by kartina obskura
Film as a diary, film as a caught thought, film as a petrified memory, film as a recorded feeling. Film on a travel, film in one room Documentary cinema (but not where filmmaker is an objective observer, but where filmmaker is an active and subjective participant of the film, by his voice (narration that leads the film) or by his presence), fiction cinema, like Own Death, magnificent match of stream of consciousness and imagery, like It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books , almost wordless, with unique atmosphere, with Linklater and his camera and the beauty of ordinary (when it seems like it’s a film about everything and, in a… Read more

Film as a diary, film as a caught thought, film as a petrified memory, film as a recorded feeling.
Film on a travel, film in one room
Documentary cinema (but not where filmmaker is an objective observer, but where filmmaker is an active and subjective participant of the film, by his voice (narration that leads the film) or by his presence), fiction cinema, like Own Death, magnificent match of stream of consciousness and imagery, like It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books , almost wordless, with unique atmosphere, with Linklater and his camera and the beauty of ordinary (when it seems like it’s a film about everything and, in a same time, about nothing), experiments like Endless Day , where filmmakers record themselves, making a trippy dream, films like From the Botebook of… , one of the best films about film (filming process) i know, films by Leighton Pierce and so on and so on…

Note : List includes only films i’ve seen
Recommendations are welcome, as always


John Smith in Hotel Diaries


From the Notebook of…


Buried in Light


The End of Summer


El Cuento


Own Death


50 Feet of String

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