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Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films (3-disc) (DVD) Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films (3-disc)

Udgivet 11. juni 2007 af British Film Institute BFIVD632 / UPC# 5035673006320

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Medierådets aldersgrænse. 1964-1992
Tjekkiet - Farve & B/W
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Original titel: Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films
Instruktør: Jan Švankmajer
Stikord: Surrealisme
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Oprindelse:  England

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Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films

Laserdiskens omtale:

Den tjekkiske surrealist-filmskaber/stopmotion-animator Jan Švankmajer har begået fem biograffilm (Alice, Conspirators of Pleasure, Faust, Little Otik og senest Edgar Allan Poe-historien Lunacy), men er mindst lige så berømt og berygtet for sine mange fantastisk absurde kortfilm, som han lavede i perioden 1964-1992. Denne imponerende kollektion indeholder samtlige 26 kortfilm plus 2½ timers bonus-materiale, bl.a. to timelange dokumentarfilm om Jan Švankmajer.

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Described as "the most comprehensive DVD collection ever assembled of all 26 short films by Czech Surrealist filmmaker-animator Jan Švankmajer", this release from the BFI features nearly eight hours of material, compiled on three discs and packaged in a deluxe digipack with a lavish 54-page illustrated booklet, which includes an introduction to Svankmajer by Michael O'Pray; detailed film notes by Michael Brooke, Simon Field, Michael O'Pray, Julian Petley, A.L. Rees and Philip Strick; notes on the extras and much more.

Drawing on a tradition of Surrealism based in the capital of magic and alchemy - Prague - Svankmajer uses a range of techniques, combining live action, puppet theatre, stop-motion and drawn animation, claymation, cut-outs, re-edited archive footage and montage. Technically and conceptually astonishing in their own right, these films are also as remarkable for their philosophical consistency as for their frequently mind-boggling imagery.
     This collection spans almost 30 years, from The Last Trick (1964) to Food (1992). All the classics are included - Punch and Judy, The Flat, Jabberwocky, Dimensions of Dialogue, Down to the Cellar and both versions of The Ossuary (with the original banned tour-guide soundtrack and the replacement music track), alongside many British video premieres. It even contains the music video made for former Stranglers front man Hugh Cornwell (Another Kind of Love) and two 'Art Breaks' created for MTV.

Disc 1 & 2: Švankmajer Short Films (spilletid ialt: 313 min)

Disc 1: Early Shorts 1964-1972
  • The Last Trick (1964)
  • J.S. Bach - Fantasy in G Minor (1965)
  • A Game with Stones (1965)
  • Punch and Judy (1966)
  • Et Cetera (1966)
  • Historia Naturae, Suita (1967)
  • The Garden (1968)
  • The Flat (1968)
  • Picnic with Weissmann (1969)
  • A Quiet Week in the House (1969)
  • Don Juan (1969)
  • The Ossuary (1970)
  • Jabberwocky (1971)
  • Leonardo's Diary (1972)
Disc 2: Late Shorts 1979-1992
  • The Castle of Otranto (1979)
  • The Fall of the House of Usher (1980)
  • Dimensions of Dialogue (1982)
  • Down to the Cellar (1983)
  • The Pendulum, the Pit and Hope (1983)
  • Virile Games (1988)
  • Another Kind of Love (1988)
  • Meat Love (1988)
  • Darkness-Light-Darkness (1989)
  • Flora (1989)
  • The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia (1990)
  • Food (1992)
Disc 3: Special features (spilletid ialt: 149 min)

The third disc of two-and-a-half hours of extra material includes a bonus short, Johanes Doktor Faust (1958); the original 54-minute version of The Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer (1984) with a brand new introduction by the Quay Brothers; the French documentary Les Chimères des Svankmajer (2001); interviews with Jan and Eva Svankmajer and examples of their work in other media.
    There's also a chance to see some Svankmajer special effects, created for commercial Czech features when he was banned from making his own films.
  • Johanes Doktor Faust (dir: Emil Radok, 1958). This 16-minute puppet adaptation of the Faust legend contains Svankmajer's first screen credit (as a puppeteer), and was directed by Emil Radok, who became Svankmajer's first great creative mentor at the famous Laterna Magika theatre, where Svankmajer worked in the early 1960s.
  • Nick Carter in Prague (dir: Oldrich Lipský, 1977). Five excerpts from a popular Czech comedy-fantasy featuring a Svankmajer-designed man-eating plant with a tongue as distinctive as a signature. He was banned from filmmaking between 1973 and 1979, and worked as a special effects supervisor at Prague's Barrandov studios.
  • The Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer (dir: Keith Griffiths, 1984). The original 54-minute version of this documentary about Svankmajer's short films and creative philosophy, as broadcast by Channel 4 in June 1984, after which 40 minutes of clips and talking heads were jettisoned and the Quay Brothers' animated links recompiled as a 14-minute short (included on their own DVD). Also features a newly-shot 3-minute introduction by the Quays.
  • Les Chimères des Svankmajer (dir: Bertrand Schmitt/Michel Leclerc, 2001). 58-minute French documentary about the creative partnership of Jan and Eva Svankmajer. Includes interviews with both artists and their creative collaborators, loads of examples of their work across multiple media, scenes of Svankmajer at work on Little Otik (plus clips from his earlier films, including the first three features), and glimpses of their legendary house.
  • Czech TV-Interview (dir: Ales Kisil, 2001). 9-minute extract from this massive 13-part Czech TV series about the nation's visual art. Mostly incorporates an interview with Svankmajer, focusing on his fine art, but there's also a short sequence about Eva Svankmajerova's paintings.
  • Lunacy trailer (2005). Just to ensure that the collection contains footage from all five features.

Brugerne skriver om Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films:

Anmeldt af Thomas Aquinas, Værløse 10. juli 2016
Sære syner
Dybt originale kortfilm, delvist animerede, udgør denne samling fra en instruktør, der tydeligt har sin helt egen stil og særegne fortællemåde. Her er tale om en blanding af det muntre og tragiske, det skæve og det bizarre og det dystre og direkte skræmmende i en række små billedvignetter, der er en renfornøjelse at se på. Man gribes umiddelbart af den legeglæde, der må have dannet baggrund for deres tilblivelse. Jeg vil iøvrigt tro, at mange billedkunstnere ville kunne lade sig rigeligt inspirere af disse kortfilm.

Anmeldt af lookalot, København K 23. september 2009
Filmkunst
Jeg kan kun sige ditto, til nedenstående anmeldelse! :O)
Det er simpelthen fremragende og dybt originalt dét hér!

Alle bør kunne lære noget af Svankmajer!

Anmeldt af FilmHistorie, Klarup 3. august 2007
Filmisk guf!!
Jan Svankmajer markerer sig igen som en original i filmsammenhænge, når man retmæssigt ærer ham med sådan en udgivelse her! Hans kortfilm betyder meget for mig personligt og eksperimenterne, han præsenterer os for, er så højt ambitiøse og inspirerende, at alle, som har en seriøs interesse i film, ikke bør snyde sig for at opleve f.eks. "Darkness/Light/Darkness" eller hans "Food"-trilogi.

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