Yes, but it’s not cinema

By James Knight. It’s been thirty-two years since Wim Wenders shot Room 666 in a hotel room at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. What concerned Wenders at the time was the future state of cinema, and primarily, cinema’s relationship with television. The film featured several well-known directors alone in a […]

Oskar Fischinger 1900-1967: Experiments in Cinematic Abstraction (2013)

A Book Review by Brandon Konecny.  It’s a shame that Oskar Fischinger hasn’t found his way into more literature on avant-garde cinema. Apart from the late William Moritz’s immaculately researched Optical Poetry: The Life and Work of Oskar Fischinger (2004), he remains a figure who’s often referenced along with a […]