Selected By...Andrew Bujalski series at Brattle Theater, Cambridge MA 3/14 - 3/19

From the Brattle site:

"a mélange of the films that may (or may not) have influenced a young Bujalski. Included in this wonderful hodgepodge are a mind-bending triple-and-a-half feature of Hitchcock, Marker and Gilliam; an election year special with THE BEST MAN and WILD IN THE STREETS; and nods to Bujalski influences both obvious (Cassavetes) and not-so-obvious (Sirk). Also in the mix, HOHOKAM, an independent, undistributed feature by Frank V. Ross that Bujalski marks as one of his favorites from recent years. Join us for this fascinating glimpse into the mind of a very interesting young filmmaker."

More here.

Thanks Camera Stilo blog for the link.

- Sujewa

Comments

Anonymous said…
I also see some similarities between Bujalski's movies and Eric Rohmer's. Mainly his first works, as "Suzanne's Career", for example. You should check it out in case you haven't seen it.

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