18 September 2012

Poesia bucolica

Intriguing little film, circa 1964 by British filmmaker David Gladwell. David Gladwell was apparently known in the UK primarily as a film editor and a maker of many documentary shorts. In the former role, his most notable work was serving as editor on Lindsay Anderson's If.... (1968) and O Lucky Man! (1973). In 1975, he directed the feature-length Requiem for a Village. The above was reputedly shot at 250 frames per second, and featured an electronic score by Ernest Berk.

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1 comment:

Bobby's Dream said...

Excellent. Thanks for that.

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