Keyword : Animation
Jenakowski analyzes the work of Czech stop motion animator, surrealist par excellence, Jan Svankmajer, singling out his 2005 Lunacy, employing Mikhail Bakhtin's theory of the Carnivalesque.
An appreciation of Colin Low, by Donato Totaro, in the context of the hommage to his works by Hors Champ.
A sterling career overview of Canadian legend Colin Low.
A formal analysis of the editing strategy in Chris Marker's seminal La Jetée.
An introduction to the groundbreaking animation character created by the Fleischer brothers, Ko Ko the Clown.
In-depth review of the Fantasia International Film Festival's first DVD release, a compilation of outstanding shorts shown at the festival over the past several years.
In-depth review of the three short film DVDs from Cinema 16, with volumes dedicated to British, American and European cinema. Includes early short films by Ridley Scott, Asif Kapadia, Lynne Ramsey, Christopher Nolan, DA Pennebaker, Tim Burton, Todd Solondz, Jean-Luc Godard, Tom Tykwer, and Lars von Trier.
An in-depth analysis of David Lynch's animated series Dumbland that convincingly argues for its likeness to Dadiast art and Absurdist drama.
Montreal's animator/filmmaker Rick Trembles interviews the living legend of fantastic cinema, stop-motion animator extraordinaire, Ray Harryhausen.
Offscreen presents this probing interview with the Brothers Quay, conducted in Trieste, Italy.
Early in 2001 Hors Champ presented a 4-day event featuring a selected program of vintage works by one of America's leading visual artists, experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. Nicolas Renaud recounts what was for many an extremely moving 4-day aesthetic experience.
« A quietly dark, sinister reworking of The Island of Dr. Moreau and various children's tales (Tom Thumb, Jack the Giant Killer)»
Page 1 of 1 pages