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PAINTING AND FILM

What have painters added to Film?

David Lynch
Erasorhead

Julian Schnabel
Basquiat
Before Night Falls
Lou Reed's Berlin
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Derek Jarman
Sebastiane
Carvaggio

Michael Snow
Wavelength

Peter Greenaway
Rembrandt's J'accuse
Nightwatching
8 1/2 Women

Paul Morrissey (Warhol Factory Films)
Sleep (1963)
Blowjob (1964)
Eat (1964)
Salvador Dali (1966)
Chelsea Girls (1966)
Flesh
Flesh for Frankenstein and Blood for Dracula video

Salvador Dali
Un chien andalou (with Luis Bunuel)
L'age D'or (with Luis Bunuel) Spellbound (dream sequence) Video
Destino (Collaboration with Disney) video
Impressions of Upper Mongolia (1975) - [from wikipedia] "in which he narrated a story about an expedition in search of giant hallucinogenic mushrooms. The imagery was based on microscopic uric acid stains on the brass band of a ballpoint pen on which Dalí had been urinating for several weeks."
Commercial for Lanvin Chocolates

Timeline/History of Film Painted/Collaged Map

brainstorm
Mark Lombardi

Early Film Lumiere Brothers Thomas Edison and Edwin S. Porter

Silent Era Chaplin United Artists Marlene Dietrich Eisenstein Vertov Man with a Movie Camera Disney Sunset Boulevard Cary Grant Warner Brothers Irving Thalberg Metro Goldwyn Mayer

Sound

Hattie McDoniel, Gone with the Wind, first black woman to win an Oscar

Hitchcock

Color

Heaven’s Gate and the closing of United Artists British Kitchen Sink Realism Saturday night and Sunday Morning (connect to the Dear Hunter) Nouvelle Vague Cahiers du Cinema Chronicle of a Summer

Television invented

Spielberg Harvey Weinstein Bob Weinstein and Miramax Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Mickey Roarke)

3D and Imax New York Times adds Movie Critic Siskel and Ebert Sundance Begins Canne

HBO Opens (Sunday Nights) VCR

For TV movies

Taxi Driver Star Wars The Godfather

Contemporary

Brad Pitt Good Will Hunting DVDs HD Red Camera

The Titanic Harry Potter Lord of the Rings

Juno

Pixar and Dreamworks Slavoj Zizek

Demi Moore Jonathan Demme Something Wild Big Beach Films Benjamin Button and CGI

Valentines Day Ashton Kutcher Avatar