Production Design Blog-a-thon coming up!

May 11, 2008 at 3:47 pm | Posted in Film | 5 Comments
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I think I am going to contribute my share by looking at Hans-Christian Schmidt’s Requiem and the way that it selectively confirms and shapes our ‘memory’ of the 1970s, by design.
Requiem

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  1. I can’t wait to read your thoughts on it. Although I’m not familiar with the film, from the screen shot, it looks like a fantastic choice! Raccoon tells me that we may have quite a few contributers. Exciting!!

  2. It’s the movie that came out parallel to “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”, but more devoted to the real case of exorcism they both are about – a schizophrenic girl from a catholic German family, exorcised to death.

  3. I can’t wait to see this (both the write-up and, I think, the film). Drop me a line when it’s up (“projects” at “imaginaryyear” dot com).🙂

  4. Planned for Thursday! I just wrote an indepth rant about the ways that conference proceedings are handled and don’t think I’ll be able to crank out the requiem piece sooner than that. too bad you won’t be able to read this: http://digiom.wordpress.com/2008/05/20/plaedoyer-fuer-transparenz/

  5. OK, great. I might run your rant through some Internet translation engine and see if I can’t get the basic idea….


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