[Frameworks] Film as Film: The Collected Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos
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Fri Aug 29 14:01:00 UTC 2014
On Friday, August 29, 2014 10:35 AM, Mark Webber <mark at markwebber.org.uk> wrote:
I’m very pleased to announce the publication of “Film as Film: The Collected Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos”, details of which you can see below.
The book is available online from www.thevisiblepress.com/order (US orders made before 26 September will benefit from reduced domestic shipping costs, which may increase to an international rate after this date.)
“Film as Film: will be celebrated at many screenings in the coming months, beginning on the US East Coast through September with seasons at Anthology and Harvard Film Archive, and events at Light Industry, The Kitchen, Hudson Basilica, Yale University and IH Philadelphia. Details of these and future screenings in Europe and elsewhere will be regularly updated at www.thevisiblepress.com/events
With best wishes,
FILM AS FILM: THE COLLECTED WRITINGS OF GREGORY J. MARKOPOULOS
Edited by Mark Webber, with a foreword by P. Adams Sitney
The Visible Press, September 2014
“Film as Film: The Collected Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos” contains some ninety out-of-print or previously unavailable articles by the Greek-American filmmaker who, as a contemporary of Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage and Andy Warhol, was at the forefront of a movement that established a truly independent form of cinema. Beginning with his early writings on the American avant-garde and auteurs such as Dreyer, Bresson and Mizoguchi, it also features numerous essays on Markopoulos’ own practice, and on films by Robert Beavers, that were circulated only in journals, self-published editions or programme notes. The texts become increasingly metaphysical and poetic as the filmmaker pursued his ideal of Temenos, an archive and screening space to be located at a remote site in the Peloponnese where his epic final work could be viewed in harmony with the Greek landscape. Gregory J. Markopoulos (1928-1992) is a unique figure in film history, one whose
life’s work stands in testament to his strength of vision and commitment to the medium.
Hardcover, 560 pages, inc. 16pp images
£ 20 / € 25 / $ 30
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