Solrun Hoaas on DVD

“Then I weave a square, and little by little the basket rises.” - Solrun Hoaas, There’s Nothing that Doesn’t Take Time (1981) Solrun Hoaas slipped into filmmaking innocuously, initially making films about thi...
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Why are We in Vancouver?

28 September–13 October 2006 So the big man in the pink shirt has stubbed out his last cigarette and marched down the aisle of the Pacific Cinémathèque for the last time. He made it his spiritual home, t...
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Robert Bresson on DVD

1. Breaking the Bresson ice Accent Film Entertainment is the first Australian company to release the works of Robert Bresson on DVD. The three films are Pickpocket (1959), Procès de Jeanne d’Arc (incorrectly...
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Ripley Games

Geoff Gardner traces Patricia Highsmith's Tom Ripley character's screen incarnations through the films Plein Soleil (1959) and The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999).