Feelings Nothing more than… feelings Trying to forget my… feelings of love Teardrops Rolling down on… my face Trying to forget my feelings of love … lala lalalala …
Shankaboot―a Lebanese internet series about a young dispatch rider and a girl he falls in love with.
Silent film guides human beings towards a visual culture and gives them a new common face. This happens after printing made the human face unreadable, because facial expression and gesticulation got negligible within a verbal culture. Okay, but what does this assumption of Béla Balázs mean?
Life as a thread composed of many fibres to meditate on.
To reach the top of a mountain, why does it feel like being dead, although feels as alive as seldom? What kind of death I’m living through?
Weellllll, maybe you know the wise advice from self-management trainers. That it is promising for one’s own successful und fulfilled life to imagine one’s last breathes when staring into Gevatter Tod’s empty orbit who is reaching out his hand to take yours. Is that really some wise advice.
Inhabiting a sinister house of moist wood with pink windows in all their pizzazz. There they live – a father and his son, a son and his father. Their relationship is a shipwreck full of brouhaha and pandemonium.
As this blog’s name suggests and stands for, you can handle the very same issue adversatively: sinister and pink. Such is with terrifying Alzheimer.
Below one’s breath unfolds the thread of world history. So it does in Africa as well—amongst the people of Dogon, a peasantry living in Mali.
Found him today in the worldwideweb… “Hi, my name is Markus Hofko and I’m specializing in conceptual image making, both still and moving. I’m always on the hunt for new […]
For getting into touch with African cinema one has, of course, several options. For sure, wikipedia is always a good entry. There you’ll be informed about its history. That way […]
One could appreciate Derrida and learn from the “Hof-Konzert” that acting morally means to act for the sake of the other. All of this can be discussed, tried out, and experienced in the light of hospitality.
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night. So what fits better for an unknown target group than an attuning short film resembling an egg-laying woolmilksow, a jack of all trades device. “Fait […]
Tintin Cooper is an artist residing in London and Bangkok. He not only works with icons of football, but brings in icons of martial arts into his work
At an early passage of the New Testament it is written, that the Holy Ghost blows wherever he wills. (Believing like a child.) At another, later, that we should not be like blades of grass wobbling in the wind. (Believing like a child?) Thus, there the wind blows in faith and doubt.
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night. So as to come into the right mood, let me share with you a short film by Javier Zevallos. As its title, »Un juego absurdo«, […]
Fortunately, after a long break Nicolas Gurewitch picked up The Perry Bible Fellowship again.
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night! The sun has set, the moon is shining. For getting into the right mood for tonight’s movie or as an alternative to the moviedrome let […]
Imagine yourself living and growing up on an island that is, more or less, just a spiky pinnacle. And like the whole of the world you love watching football, which […]
Cavell claims, that photographs are meant to highlight the world’s presence to us, whereas paintings are meant to show our presence to the world. In other words, whereas paintings are world as a whole, photographs are of the world. What does that mean?