Γεια σου! I’ve had this in the pipeline for a while under various versions, but this is the one that completes the film. It’s a portrait I shot over three trips: with my bolex at the cloisters in Manhattan, through the backroads of Greece, and going to Far Rockaway. There is also footage of flowers at the George Eastman/Kodak museum and light spots that have been with me my whole life in my childhood home.
A lot of the thoughts…
“And what remains? Well, what was there to begin with?” By emphasizing the notion that one is watching a Hollywood movie—via recognition of a screen, zine, or image framed by social media—the practice of viewing images can be reconsidered. The Amuse-Gueule series, the Good-bye, My Lady images, and Gina’s many other films, projects, and social media posts request greater awareness of the illusion of fictional characters, and thereby what they are affecting in our reality. Gina unearths ghosts that both…
Griffith: What the modern movie lacks is beauty—the beauty of moving wind in the trees, the little movement in a beautiful blowing on the blossoms in the trees. That they have forgotten entirely…. The moving picture is beautiful; the moving of wind on beautiful trees is more beautiful than a painting.
Prudence Bell’s Rome Adventure: The Liam Story
Italian vacation with your tour guide and director Delmer Daves… silly geese, that’s a selling point not a fault!
About a lover who is surrounded by hate and America (one and the same) so turns to love and Italy (one and the same?). Love both is (the brilliant first scene) and isn’t (“WHAT END BUT LOVE?”) that simple. To tell this story it seems that Delmer could only tell his own story: the…
This is my film! Shot on 16mm with my bolex and edited digitally. Make sure to check the video description too!
On July 1st 2021 I watched this film at Light Industry in Brooklyn, NY. About a month prior I read Ten Skies by Erika Balsom in one day, I had never seen the movie until July 1st. In the following 13 parts I would like to tell you why this is my favorite film of all time, and it’s not even close.
I recently read an Antonioni interview where the interviewer described his day up to the…