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Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Triangle of Sadness

In Ruben Östlund’s wickedly funny Palme d’Or winner, social hierarchy is turned upside down, revealing the tawdry relationship between power and beauty. Celebrity model couple, Carl (Harris Dickinson) and Yaya (Charlbi Dean), are invited on a luxury cruise for the uber-rich, helmed by an unhinged boat captain (Woody Harrelson). What first appeared instagrammable ends catastrophically, leaving the survivors stranded on a desert island and fighting for survival.

Ainda em exibição.

Um Corpo Que Dança - um filme de Marco Martins

uma iniciativa da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
uma produção da Vende-se Filmes
em co-produção com RTP

Uma proposta para a história do corpo a partir do percurso de uma das maiores companhias de dança portuguesas do século XX. O documentário de Marco Martins caminha a par do desenvolvimento da dança em Portugal e da história política, económica e sociocultural do país. UM CORPO QUE DANÇA é a história da vivência de um novo corpo, em transformação, que se liberta do fascismo, e de uma sociedade em mudança que se abre ao mundo exterior. A partir de imagens de arquivo inéditas e entrevistas a vários criadores e bailarinos acompanhamos o trajeto de uma companhia extraordinária, através dos movimentos e das palavras dos seus protagonistas, da sua génese no início dos anos 60 até à extinção em 2005.

© Vende-se Filmes, 2022

Affairs of the Art

“Affairs of the Art”: A Family Brought Together by Pigeons and Eyeball-Filled Jars | The New Yorker | Filmmakers Joanna Quinn and Les Mills tell the story of an extraordinary family whose interests become all-consuming—from pickling to bug collecting, no passion is off-limits.

Barry Lyndon en Concert

L’Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France interprète la bande originale de "Barry Lyndon". Un ensorcelant voyage dans l’univers du mélomane Stanley Kubrick. Découvrez les musiques qui ont marqué des générations de spectateurs.

"À moins que vous ne vouliez de la musique pop, il est vain d’employer quelqu’un qui n’est pas l’égal d’un Mozart, d’un Beethoven ou d’un Strauss pour écrire une musique orchestrale", jugeait Stanley Kubrick lors d’un entretien avec Michel Ciment. L’histoire est connue : pour 2001 : l’odyssée de l’espace, la MGM l’obligea à s’associer au compositeur Alex North. Lorsque ce dernier livra sa partition, le réalisateur la rejeta et imposa au studio les œuvres préexistantes qu’il avait lui-même sélectionnées. Par la suite, fidèle à sa ligne de conduite, il continua à faire de la musique, essentiellement classique, un élément central de son cinéma, notamment dans Barry Lyndon, dont la bande-son a marqué des générations de spectateurs.

Placé sous la direction de Nicolas Altstaedt, l’Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, accompagné par cinq solistes – les clavecinistes Violaine Cochard et Jean Rondeau, la violoniste Ana Millet, le violoncelliste Renaud Guieu et la pianiste Catherine Cournot –, interprète ici entre autres les deux célèbres leitmotive musicaux de cette fresque inoubliable : la Sarabande de Haendel et le Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle opus 100 de Schubert.

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00:00 Georg Friedrich Haendel - Sarabande
03:41 Franz Schubert - Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle op. 100
13:56 Antonio Vivaldi - Sonate pour violoncelle n°5
23:45 Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto pour deux clavecins BWV 1060
28:56 Franz Schubert - Cinq danses allemandes D 90
32:25 Joseph Haydn - Concerto pour violoncelle en do majeur

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Voir

From executive producers David Fincher and David Prior, VOIR is a series of visual essays celebrating Cinema and the personal connection we each have to the stories we see on the big screen. From intimate personal histories to insights on character and craft, each episode reminds us why Cinema holds a special place in our lives.

Empire

Empire is a 1964 black-and-white silent art film by Andy Warhol. When projected according to Warhol's specifications, it consists of eight hours and five minutes of slow motion footage of an unchanging view of the Empire State Building. The film does not have conventional narrative or characters, and largely reduces the experience of cinema to the passing of time. In 2004, Empire was included in the annual selection of 25 motion pictures added to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and recommended for preservation. This video of Empire 1964 is 5 minutes and 15 seconds shorter than the original. As far as I know it is a slightly abbreviated version of the 1964 film.