Looking to the past while investigating the present, the mathematician-turned-filmmaker condenses three distinct Californian landscapes into a total of 105 shots, each exactly 2½ minutes long.Read More
GME Gem #12: The Fall Art Scene, But Where Did Our Love Go?
It’s that time of year again when the film and art scenes get serious. In 1966 a young Warren Sonbert captured it in his second film, WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO?Read More
Now that the Fall semester has begun, GME is sending this reminder about our recent and extensive DVD offerings as well as an early announcement about some exciting new releases coming up this Fall that we distribute uniquely to the North American university market.Read More
Writer/artist Dennis Cooper & filmmaker Zac Farley: “We love James Benning’s films and thought about them when imagining our film’s possibilities. What makes his great 1987 documentary LANDSCAPE SUICIDE feel particularly like an elder kin to Permanent Green Light is how it eschews the psychological rhetoric that usually accompanies filmic accounts of crime, caring only about the mysterious vacancy of the film’s people and locations, and their relationships to each other.”Read More
GME Gem #11: HENRI STORCK - OSTENDE, REINE DES PLAGES
Henri Storck (Belgium 1907 - 1999) lived through the whole history of cinema, passing from silent to sound, and from experimental to lyrical documentary. He especially enjoyed chronicling the adventures at the “Queen of beaches” in his native city of Ostend.Read More
Now that a new fiscal year has commenced just this month for numerous academic institutions, GME is sending this gentle reminder about our extensive DVD offerings that we distribute uniquely to the North American university market.Read More