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Notfilm

Call Number

  • DVD 791.4372 F4873N (CEN)

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Edition

2-disc deluxe edition.

Languages

In English, with French, German, Spanish or Portuguese subtitles; English captions.

Performers

Narrated by Ross Lipman ; with Kevin Brownlow, Judith Douw, S.E. Gontarski, James Karen, Buster Keaton, James Knowlson, Leonard Maltin, Mark Nixon, Barney Rosset, Steve Schapiro, Jeanette Seaver, Haskell Wexler, Billie Whitelaw ; voices: Samuel Beckett, Boris Kaufman, Alan Schneider.

Publication Information

[Harrington Park, NJ] : Milestone Film & Video, [2017]

Physical Description

2 videodiscs (130 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

Audience

Not rated.

Summary

Ross Lipman's acclaimed Kino-essay on the making and meaning of the short film "Film" by Samuel Beckett.

Notes

Title from container.

Originally produced in 2015.

Bonus features: The street scene (6 min.) ; "What if E's eyes were closed?" audio recordings (7 min.) ; Buster Keaton and Film (42 min.) ; Memories of Samuel Beckett (8 min.) ; Jean Schneider: memories of Alan Schneider (11 min.) ; Jeanette Seaver: Beckett and "Godot" (4 min.) ; Photographing Film photographing Beckett (7 min.) ; photo gallery ; The music of Notfilm.

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