Einfache Erklärungen sind in seinem Kosmos nicht vorgesehen: Das Arsenal Kino widmet dem revolutionären Regisseur John Cassavetes. John Cassavetes ist einer der ungewöhnlichsten Kinoautoren der er und 70er Jahre - und einer der geistigen Väter des unabhängigen. sad-eye-never-lie.com - Kaufen Sie John Cassavetes Collection günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu.
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Cassavetes Navigacijski meni VideoC'était quoi John Cassavetes ? - Blow up - ARTE Cassavetes on Cassavetes book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Since his death in , John Cassavettes has become incre /5. John Nicholas Cassavetes (New York, december 9. – Los Angeles, február 3.) görög – amerikai színész, forgatókönyvíró és rendező. Innovatív kamerahasználatával, egyéni szemléletmódjával, az improvizáció bátor használatával a cinéma vérité amerikai megfelelőjét hozta létre. John Nicholas Cassavetes (9. decembar – 3. februar ) bio je američki glumac, scenarist i režiser. Poznat kao karakterni glumac u holivudskim filmovima, vodio je paralelnu karijeru kao tvorac eksperimentalnih filmskih ostvarenja te se smatra jednim od pionira nezavisnog filma u SAD.
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The relationship between Harwood and Cassavetes ended amicably. When asked by documentarian Michael Ventura during the making of Cassavetes's last film Love Streams , what he had learned from working with Cassavetes, Harwood replied:.
I learned a lot through John. I've done a lot of editing for him. Picture editing , sound editing, music editing, shot sound , composed score, and I've learned a lot about integrity I think you know what I mean.
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The Guardian. Archived from the original on April 19, Cassavetes was a second generation American-Greek, and he had a long and fruitful relationship with the actor Ben Gazzara — one of the first of his profession to parade his immigrant origins with an unchanged, aggressively "wop", professional name.
British Film Institute. Retrieved May 21, John Cassavetes. Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented the American Independent Film.
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Early work Cassavetes was the son of Greek immigrants. Get a Britannica Premium subscription and gain access to exclusive content. Honeymoon with Harry announced.
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Max Markheim. Sam Cobbett. Paul Davis. Private Tommy Fitch. Frankie Dane. Pepe segment "Paso Doble". Cassavetes later married Heather "Queenie" Wahlquist ,  who has appeared in several of his films, including a small role in The Notebook as Sara, a secondary character and best friend to the female lead Allie Hamilton, portrayed by Rachel McAdams.
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Retrieved Or you may, as I do, remember his stewardship of the film Gloria and refer to him often as "that guy who married Gena Rowlands. However both recollections fail to accommodate the substantial contribution he made to the field of direction in American cinema.
Cassavetes was part of the vanguard of the independent film movement. While he wasn't the first to split off from the pack, he was definitely the most notorious.
He was opposed to many elements of standard film production. Any sort of supervision drove him up the wall. He abhorred studio executives, investors, unions and distributors.
You might think that would be enough fodder for rebellion, yet he was also perfectly disgusted by writers who were too attached to their scripts, cameramen who were too attached to accepted forms of shooting film, actors who had been corrupted by too much experience who had learned too many "tricks" and, sad but true, the movie-going audience itself whom he felt had been conditioned into somnambulism by years of easy and inferior cinematic fare.
Looking for a renegade? That buck stops here. Still, there were dichotomies and, it must be said, they were legion. He was averse to violence and sexual content in film.
He wanted to tell stories about emotional life and emotional truth, yet was repelled by narrative structure and anything that smacked of resolution.
He couldn't stand Strasberg's Method, he believed acting rooted in psychological motivation was a complete waste of time, yet he spent the bulk of his directorial energy keeping his performers off-balance and off-script so that he might pull their neuroses forward.
He ripped all the subtle protections out of the process, then virtually filled his cast and crew with the people closest to him - not because they worked cheap but because he claimed great affection for them.
I was reminded of that line from Tootsie : "I don't take this kind of [abuse] from friends, Michael. Only lovers. Carney aims for a through-line, which is impossible to get with Cassavetes.
John had a lot to say, but the words didn't mean that much to him. I encountered a lot of repetition. In all honesty, there's a mid-section of approximately a hundred pages that grows tedious in the extreme.
Yet the director emerges on the page in all his tempestuous glory, and I think that's the best one can expect from a compilation of this nature.
I could pull any number of quotes, but let's leave it to the one that brought a smile. Here's the section on our renegade director in negotiation with a certain Mr.
Penn: "Everyone says they want to work the way I do or work with me; but they don't really want to. They don't want to go all the way to work this way.
In the end they want to protect themselves. They are afraid. They don't really want to take the chance. It was out of the question. I've worked with lots of non-professionals, but I have to draw the line somewhere!
May 06, Evan rated it liked it Shelves: movies-non-reference , celebrity-bio-or-other-memoir. Sycophantism in extremis.
Ray Carney's idea of what art is is so dogmatic and limiting it beggars description. But before I bash, I have to say his writings have made me think and re-think the nature of art, why it is done and when it is "genuine" as opposed to, say, crass or mere hobby craftmanship or manufactured goods.
Carney's a real pitbull, he takes no prisoners, and his slams at fellow critics are delicious. He's a master at pointing out their inconsistencies, ferreting out claims that seem Sycophantism in extremis.