[Videonews] The Films of Many Ray DVD Available from Microcinema International DVD

Joel S Bachar (joel@microcinema.com)
Wed, 26 Sep 2007 10:00:34 -0700

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The Films of Man Ray
http://www.microcinemadvd.com/product/DVD/734/Films_of_Man_Ray_The.html
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Born in Philadelphia in 1890, Man Ray settled in Paris in 1921 to join =
the
Dada movement. He was a radically experimental artist of genius who won
immense critical acclaim for his photographic work. In the 1920's, Man =
Ray
directed four films which, although they are little known to the general
public, made him a major figure in avant-garde cinema. His film making =
was
as radical as his pictures and his objects.=20

Contents :=20
Le Retour =E0 la Raison, 1923, 35mm, black and white, silent, 2'=20
Emak Bakia, 1926, 35mm, black and white, silent with musical =
accompaniment,
17'=20
L'=C9toile de Mer, 1928, 35mm, black and white, silent with musical
accompaniment, 15'=20
Les Myst=E8res du ch=E2teau du d=E9, 1929, 35mm, black and white, silent =
with
musical=20
accompaniment, 25'=20
+ Ten short autobiographical films :=20
Rue Campagne-Premi=E8re, c. 1923-1929, 35mm, black and white, silent, 1' =

Corrida, 1929, 9,5 mm, black and white, silent, 4'50''=20
Autoportrait ou ce qui manque =E0 nous tous, c. 1930, 9,5 mm, black and =
white,
silent, 10'50''=20
Poison, c. 1933-1935, 16mm, black and white, silent, 2'40''=20
L'Atelier du Val-de-Gr=E2ce, c. 1935, 16mm, colour, silent, 1'50''=20
Course landaise, c. 1937, 16mm, colour, silent, 9'=20
La Garoupe, c. 1937, 16mm, colour, silent, 9'10''=20
Ady, 1938, 16mm, black and white, silent, 53''=20
Dance, 1938, 8mm, black and white, silent, 7'33''=20
Juliet, c. 1940, 8mm, black and white, silent, 3'43''
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Joel S. Bachar
Microcinema Int'l/Microcinema DVD
1636 Bush Street, #2, San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 447-9750
www.microcinema.com
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The = Films of Man=20 Ray
http://www.microcinemadvd.com/product/DVD/734/Films_of_Man_Ray_Th= e.html
 
Born in Philadelphia in 1890, Man Ray settled in Paris in 1921 to = join the=20 Dada movement. He was a radically experimental artist of genius who won = immense=20 critical acclaim for his photographic work. In the 1920's, Man Ray = directed four=20 films which, although they are little known to the general public, made = him a=20 major figure in avant-garde cinema. His film making was as radical as = his=20 pictures and his objects.

Contents :
Le Retour =E0 la = Raison, 1923,=20 35mm, black and white, silent, 2'
Emak Bakia, 1926, 35mm, black and = white,=20 silent with musical accompaniment, 17'
L'=C9toile de Mer, 1928, = 35mm, black=20 and white, silent with musical accompaniment, 15'
Les Myst=E8res du = ch=E2teau du=20 d=E9, 1929, 35mm, black and white, silent with musical =
accompaniment, 25'=20
+ Ten short autobiographical films :
Rue Campagne-Premi=E8re, c. = 1923-1929, 35mm, black and white, silent, 1'
Corrida, 1929, 9,5 mm, = black=20 and white, silent, 4'50''
Autoportrait ou ce qui manque =E0 nous = tous, c.=20 1930, 9,5 mm, black and white, silent, 10'50''
Poison, c. 1933-1935, = 16mm,=20 black and white, silent, 2'40''
L'Atelier du Val-de-Gr=E2ce, c. = 1935, 16mm,=20 colour, silent, 1'50''
Course landaise, c. 1937, 16mm, colour, = silent, 9'=20
La Garoupe, c. 1937, 16mm, colour, silent, 9'10''
Ady, 1938, = 16mm, black=20 and white, silent, 53''
Dance, 1938, 8mm, black and white, silent, = 7'33''=20
Juliet, c. 1940, 8mm, black and white, silent, 3'43''
 
Joel S. = Bachar
Microcinema = Int'l/Microcinema=20 DVD
1636 Bush Street, #2, = San=20 Francisco,  CA 94109
(415) = 447-9750
www.microcinema.com
 
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