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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#101 Post by Dadapass » Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:17 pm

I don't think this has been posted but Frontier of Dawn will be released 1/26/2010. Link

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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#102 Post by nsps » Sun Jan 10, 2010 6:01 pm

justeleblanc wrote:
nsps wrote:I'm reviewing the Zeigeist set for DVD Talk. The transfers are 16x9 letterboxed to 1.66:1 and definitely older, but with that in mind they aren't too bad. I've definitely seen worse
I just bought these and the transfers are NOT anamorphic but instead matted to 1.66 : 1. I assume the Cahiers discs were not anamorphic either. If they were, buy those and not the Zeitgeists.

Can anyone confirm this about the Cahiers discs?
Oops—sorry about the slip. I meant 4x3 letterboxed (otherwise it'd have to be pillarboxed). Thanks for the correction! (Luckily I wrote it correctly in my review, but screwed up on the post here.)

I'm under the impression that the Cahiers discs came from the same source.

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Un Eté brulant

#103 Post by Ovader » Sat Jun 26, 2010 1:55 am

Garrel's new film in production scheduled for mid-July in Rome with Monica Bellucci, Louis Garrel and Maurice Garrel is titled Un Eté brulant instead of J'ai gardé les anges as I have previously posted. All I can determine from this article is the film is a difficult love story between a painter and an actress.

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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#104 Post by Oedipax » Sat Jun 26, 2010 2:37 am

Any word on who will be shooting this one now that Lubtchansky has passed away? Maybe Caroline Champetier?

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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#105 Post by Ovader » Sat Jun 26, 2010 3:07 am

Oedipax wrote:Any word on who will be shooting this one now that Lubtchansky has passed away? Maybe Caroline Champetier?
Good question so I will find out hopefully by the middle of next week. Mods can this thread be transferred over to the Filmmakers section?

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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#106 Post by Matt » Sat Jun 26, 2010 10:09 am

Ovader wrote:Mods can this thread be transferred over to the Filmmakers section?
Not unless someone puts together a filmography and linkography for Garrel. That's the requirement for threads in that section.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#107 Post by Ovader » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:04 pm

A bit late with the news but here are more details from Cineuropa of Un Été brûlant.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#108 Post by Ovader » Wed Mar 09, 2011 1:15 pm

In this link is what appears to be five screen caps from Garrel's new film Un Été brûlant but beware of major spoilers of the film in the text!

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Re: Philippe Garrel on DVD

#109 Post by Ovader » Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:08 am

Oedipax wrote:Any word on who will be shooting this one now that Lubtchansky has passed away? Maybe Caroline Champetier?
Willy Kurant

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#110 Post by Ovader » Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:21 pm

Trailer (no Eng subs) for Un Été brûlant.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#111 Post by Oedipax » Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:25 pm

Ovader wrote:Trailer (no Eng subs) for Un Été brûlant.
Yikes, that looks not-so-good. I think it's mostly that the trailer is so cliché-ridden in a structural sense that it's hard to even see that it's a Garrel film.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#112 Post by El Kokolores » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:16 pm

Oedipax wrote:
Ovader wrote:Trailer (no Eng subs) for Un Été brûlant.
Yikes, that looks not-so-good. I think it's mostly that the trailer is so cliché-ridden in a structural sense that it's hard to even see that it's a Garrel film.
Well, friends of mine, who saw this at Venedig, told me that this is how the whole film looks like. They say, that the film doesn't look and feel like a Garrel film at all... Hmm....

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#113 Post by Ovader » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:26 pm

The negative impression by the above comments is shared by many and Garrel defends Godard-inspired That Summer.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#114 Post by hamipai00 » Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:19 am

La Cicatrice Interieure/Liberte La Nuit double is due to be released by Why Not Productions in France on November 9th. No information yet as regards English subs (the release is not even listed yet at Why Not's own site) but I'd be surprised if it does have any. Still, a very welcome addition to the Garrel DVD collection.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#115 Post by Drawingoflamporstick » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:50 pm

I sure hope that La Cicatrice Interieure/Liberte la nuit comes with English subs. I just bought Le Vent de la nuit/Elle a passe tant d'heures sous les sunlights... and La Naissance de l'amour/Sauvage innocence. The latter set does have English subs, but both sets said they did on the unreliable amazon.fr pages. There are some unofficial subs online for the other two movies for those that are able to use them. I watched the movies on the big screen with the subs running on my laptop, not an ideal situation.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#116 Post by J Adams » Wed Oct 26, 2011 3:34 pm

Cicatrice doesn't need subtitles. Dialogue is minimal. Definitely one of his best films.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#117 Post by hamipai00 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:48 am

J Adams wrote:Cicatrice doesn't need subtitles. Dialogue is minimal. Definitely one of his best films.
Yes, you're right, of course. Most of the small amount of "dialogue" there is (screamed in anguish/anger by Nico) is in English, with a smattering of French and German. The film doesn't even have French subs, in keeping with Garrel's original intentions. And it has been beautifully restored, making its barren, primordial landscapes look surprisingly inviting. All very mythical.

Liberte has no subs.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#118 Post by SpiderBaby » Mon Jan 23, 2012 11:35 pm

Is Les hautes solitudes still without a dvd?

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#119 Post by Ovader » Wed Jul 24, 2013 1:47 pm

An English translated piece of Garrel written by Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin from this French book edition is available to be read.

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#122 Post by Ovader » Wed Jan 22, 2014 12:06 pm

Audiovisual essay of the joyous & melancholic celebration of dance in the films of Philippe Garrel by Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#123 Post by Ovader » Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:13 pm

L’Ombre des femmes to begin production this month.

Arte France Cinéma (headed by Olivier Père) has conducted its second selection committee of 2014, choosing to commit to co-producing and pre-purchasing three projects, including L’ombre des femmes by Philippe Garrel. The 25th feature by the filmmaker, who has been selected six times in competition at Venice (in 1991, with a Silver Lion into the bargain, and in 1999, 2001, 2005, 2011 and 2013 with La jalousie [+]) and once at Cannes (in 2008), will revolve around a love triangle in modern-day Paris (the screenplay has been written together with Jean-Claude Carrière, Caroline Deruas and Arlette Langmann). Produced by SBS Productions and with shooting due to start in June, the film will star Stanislas Merhar, Clotilde Courau and Lena Paugam.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

#124 Post by Ovader » Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:11 am

PHILIPPE GARREL SEASON at the Institut français du Royaume-Uni.

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Re: Philippe Garrel

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