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    Man Ray Plate from the Film Emak Bakia,1926

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    Emak Bakia: A Short Film by Man Ray "Inventions of light forms and movements" is the way Man Ray described the films he made in the 1920s. The title of his 1926 film Emak Bakia comes from an old Basque expression that means "don't bother me."

    "....Then I watched Emak Bakia (1926) by Man Ray. What a great little film – and I’m not just saying that because it includes Kiki de Montparnasse. It has lots of circles and eyes but, alas, no rabbits..."

    Plate from Ballet Mecanique ,directed by Dudley Murphy & Fernand Léger, cinematography by Man Ray, 1923-1924

    Marcel Duchamp Anémic cinéma 1926

    Man Ray - Le Retour a La Raison

    David Bowie.

    Entr’acte (1924) is René Clair’s Dada-influenced 20-minute short, commissioned for the interval of Francis Picabia’s new ballet, Relâche, in Paris in 1924. The original music for the film was composed by the famous composer Erik Satie, who makes a cameo appearance along side surrealist photographer Man Ray.

    Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray | Entr'acte | 1924

    David Bowie in "the man who fell to earth"

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    Neither Dada or Surrealist, "Ballet mecanique" pioneered a type of film dubbed "cinema pur"—pure cinema. Dudley Murphy sought to create a "visual symphony," and that exactly what he did in this gorgeous and enigmatic collaboration of artists, made up of a series of shots of both live subjects and inanimate objects.

    Marcel Duchamp Anémic cinéma 1926

    Alla Nazimova & Rudolph Valentino in Camille (1921, dir. Ray Smallwood)

    Farley Granger and Cathy O'Donnell, "They Live By Night" (Nicholas Ray, 1949)

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    Sergio Leone filming Once Upon a Time in the West.

    2001 A Space Odyssey

    Art films aren’t necessarily photography. It’s feeling. If we can capture a feeling of a people, of a way of life, then we made a good picture. - John Cassavetes

    photographiée à partir d'un film projeté dans l'expo Public Domaine, sur la culture et l'histoire du skate, l'été dernier à la Gaité Lyrique www.gaite-lyrique...