Considering the cinema of Peter Kubelka on the occasion of Martina Kudláček’s monumental documentary, Fragments of Kubelka.
The idea is one of contingency. Everybody must feel that something has been missed, because electing one course of life precludes any other. But what in my case has been missed?
Cinema is usually built to show something that takes place within a space, but cinema can represent spaces themselves in the best way that you can think of.
A critical introduction to Keith Sanborn’s 1988 manifesto, “Modern, all too modern”.
One of the things you’re always looking for in documentaries is a way to allow the viewer in, not to have him just listen to a lecture.