DVD Box Set by Boris Lehman.
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I began My Conversations on Film in 1995 at the moment I decided I wanted to stop making films. This has taken me nearly eighteen years to do! My Conversations on Film act as a whole, as a balance. It's kind of my poetic art, and if you will, a lesson in cinema.
My Conversations on Film can be seen as a manifesto of independent cinema, a cinema free from financial and professional stress, an introduction to the work filmed by Boris Lehman, or as evidence of friendship and loyalty to those close to me. These are not interviews in the strictest sense of the word, but rather, this is a film composed of small conversations that are all part of the mise en scène.
The film talks about movies, naturally, but mostly explores how the cinema of Boris Lehman builds and unfolds before our eyes. It is a raw and spontaneous work, seemingly a kind of first draft, because nothing is prepared, but rather, presents chance encounters and opportunities to film. Therefore, there are many hesitations, repetitions, moments that may appear boring, but which I did not wish to remove or “clean up”, as they say in the jargon of cinema, because such moments are part of the work. The film is, as Patrick Leboutte once said, a thought in the middle of being formed.
Ultimately, this film is about the art of being together. It is a gallery of portraits interwoven with the watermark of the self-portrait.
My Conversations on Film are composed of three chapters. The first, from 1995, includes fifteen interviews and is accompanied with six movie clips. The second is composed of seventeen interviews conducted between 1995 and 1998 (+ seven extracts). The third covers from 1998 to 2010 and contains thirteen interviews (+ five extracts).
Chapter I : 125 minutes
Dimitri De Clercq, director /// Luc Rémy, theatre director /// Henri Storck, filmmaker /// Philippe Simon, bookseller /// Jean-Marie Buchet, cinema professor /// Serge Meurant, poet /// Daniel Fano, poet, journalist /// Patrick Leboutte, cinema critic /// François Albera, cinema historian /// Fabrice Revault d’Allonnes, writer on cinema /// Dominique Noguez, author /// Dominique Païni, director of la Cinémathèque française /// Patrick Leboutte, in Dunkerque /// Jean-Pierre Gorin, director /// Boris Lehman, in the bath
Chapter II : 153 minutes
Jean Rouch, ethnologue, filmmaker /// Saguenail Abramovici, filmmaker /// Regina Guimarães, poet /// Rachel Fajersztajn, psychoanalyst /// Naum Kleiman, director of Musei Kino in Moscow /// Freddy Buache, director of la Cinémathèque de Lausanne /// Jonas Mekas, director of Anthology Film Archives /// Ulrich Gregor, director of Forum du jeune cinéma of Berlin /// Fançoise Lebrun, actress /// Robert Kramer, filmmaker /// Stephen Dwoskin, filmmaker /// Noël Godin, pie-thrower /// Antoine-Marie Meert, director of photography /// Daniel De Valck, film editor /// Claudia von Alemann, filmmaker /// Nadine Wandel, singer /// Boris wrapped up in film
Chapter III : 126 minutes
Inbal et Natalie Yalon, actors /// Robert Daudelin, director of the Cinémathèque québecoise /// Serge Ouaknine, theatre professor /// Micha Iampolski, professor of comparative literature /// Jean Rouch, filmmaker /// René Vautier, filmmaker /// Marcel Hanoun, filmmaker /// Gérard Courant, filmmaker /// David Perlov, professor, filmmaker /// Meriam Kerkour, fine arts /// Charlotte Grégoire, singer /// Frédérique Devillers, filmmaker /// Catherine Libert, filmmaker /// Stefanie Bodien, programmatrice /// Marie- Puck Broodthaers, gallerist /// Yaël André, filmmaker /// Nadine Wandel, singer
|Artist(s)||Boris Lehman, Jonas Mekas, Stephen Dwoskin, Robert Kramer, Jean Rouch, René Vautier, Marcel Hanoun, David Perlov, et al.|
|Format||3x DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region 0, mono|
|Subtitles||French, English, German|
|Runtime||125 min, 153 min, 126 min|
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