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Straub/Huillet carte blanche selections at the Public Theatre, New York, 1982

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Straub/Huillet carte blanche selections at the Public Theatre, New York, 1982 by b g
From the filmmakers Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. credit for list goes to Jonathan Rosenbaum (who organized their retrospective; http://www.fipresci.org/undercurrent/issue_0306/huillet_rosenbaum.htm) and Andy Rector (http://kinoslang.blogspot.com/2007/04/some-straubhuillet-carte-blanche.html) Not included in Auteurs database: “Blind Husbands”, 1919, Erich von Stroheim Straub and Huillet selected the “Civil War” section directed by John Ford from “How the West Was Won” Selections 11-14 were selected, but not screened. And the two Mizoguchi films at the end of the list (along with “The Smugglers”, 1967, Luc Moullet), were chosen as… Read more

From the filmmakers Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet.

credit for list goes to Jonathan Rosenbaum (who organized their retrospective; http://www.fipresci.org/undercurrent/issue_0306/huillet_rosenbaum.htm) and Andy Rector (http://kinoslang.blogspot.com/2007/04/some-straubhuillet-carte-blanche.html)

Not included in Auteurs database:
“Blind Husbands”, 1919, Erich von Stroheim
Straub and Huillet selected the “Civil War” section directed by John Ford from “How the West Was Won”

Selections 11-14 were selected, but not screened. And the two Mizoguchi films at the end of the list (along with “The Smugglers”, 1967, Luc Moullet), were chosen as alternates.
Also, they showed the English-dubbed version of “A Girl is a Gun”

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