Category Archives: Film

The Rocket

The Rocket 2013

  The Rocket (2013) is Australian documentarian Kim Mordaunt’s first full-length feature. The director previously documented Laos life and its minefields in Bomb Harvest (2007). The idea for the film came to him because he wanted to tell the story … Read More

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Du cinématographe by Jean Cocteau

The art of cinema Jean Cocteau

    “I am rather surprised whenever I hear people chatter on about poetry in cinematography, the fantastic in cinematography and, particularly, ‘escapism’, a fashionable term which implies that the audience is trying to get out of itself, while in … Read More

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One Day That Summer: Steve McQueen and Le Mans

Steve McQueen and Le Mans

  Steve McQueen. A hip personality, a special kind of existential cool, detached and rebellious, his own guy, a tough guy, who loved cars and speed, a self-made man who reached the heights of stardom and then almost lost it … Read More

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Talking Movies in Georgette Magazine

Classiq talking movies

  Today I am talking movies in Georgette Magazine. Selecting just five films of the thousands I have watched and of the hundreds I have loved is a daunting task. That’s why I should probably start by saying that the … Read More

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Contratiempo

Contratiempo 2016

  “Every story has two sides. The truth, just one.” A man is accused of the murder of his mistress. He says he didn’t do it. We’ve seen it before. But the atmosphere and the way the plot unfolds in … Read More

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