1 edition of COL5044 LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF (LAHUSEN) found in the catalog.
COL5044 LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF (LAHUSEN)
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Not a book, but since you mentioned film history, see if you can get a hold of the documentary "Los Angeles Plays Itself." It's an amazing (and long) survey of the various themes in movies about LA. The director is a film prof at I think USC. Thom Andersen's magnum opus, Los Angeles Plays Itself, is a thoughtful, methodical consideration of Los Angeles as a city of the movies — not only as the city where the movies are made, but the city that appears onscreen in those movies, the most photographed city in the world if not always the most 's a fantastic, wide-ranging work of criticism, a film that hones in on specific.
The idea for Los Angeles Plays Itself initially came out of a discussion that Andersen, who teaches at the California Institute of the Arts, had in class about L.A. core of his critique of L.A. Confidential isn’t over that bothersome “L.A.” in the title or the fact that one of the film’s villains, Pierce Patchett, resides in the Lovell Health House, a famous modernist. Instagram people did not seem mean or clever. They were earnest and sincere. They drank green smoothies and went on hikes, sought personal bests, good health, peace of mind, and oneness with the universe. They believed every day was a beautiful day to be alive. Leaving Twitter for Instagram was like moving to Los Angeles, only cheaper.
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A deal breaker. This is probably still the best "Los Angeles Plays Itself" has ever looked. The film is a remarkable documentary, charting the history of how Los Angeles is portrayed in the movies. In the process it reveals much about the L.A.'s real history, it's politics, its architecture, its culture.
It shows us how how movies distort and/5(69). a deal breaker. This is probably still the best "Los Angeles Plays Itself" has ever looked. The film is a remarkable documentary, charting the history of how Los Angeles is portrayed in the movies. In the process it reveals much about the L.A.'s real history, it's politics, its architecture, its culture.
It shows us how how movies distort and. Directed by Thom Andersen. With Encke King, Ben Alexander, Jim Backus, Brenda Bakke. A documentary on how Los Angeles has been used and depicted in the movies.8/10(K). University of Toronto Centre for Comparative Literature from which “surges and swarms the printed book” of Andrei Bely’s Petersburg (), our journey moves then to a series of texts displaying essay” Los Angeles Plays Itself.
Readings include, in addition to a number of articles and book chapters (see course. Los Angeles Plays Itself is divided into three section, "The City as Background", "The City as Character" and "The City as Subject".
Each of these sections, which are primarily composed of clips from feature films, develops a critical look at the way in which the film industry has used the city. Los Angeles Plays Itself COL5044 LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF book its place alongside my two favourite books on LA: Reyner Banham's Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies and Mike Davis's City of Quartz.
In most other respects, “Los Angeles Plays Itself” remains very much what audiences first saw — or more likely, didn’t — a decade ago. Despite premiering to great acclaim at the Los Angeles Plays Itself is a video essay by Thom Andersen, finished inexploring the way Los Angeles has been presented in movies.
Consisting almost entirely of clips from other films with narration, the film was not initially released ed by: Thom Andersen. Los Angeles Plays Itself By: David L. Ulin Ma David L. Ulin is a finalist for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay for Sidewalking: Coming to Terms with Los Angeles.
The work is Thom Andersen’s minute opus Los Angeles Plays Itself (). Figure 1: Los Angeles Plays Itself (Thom Andersen, ) A movie made from other movies, Andersen’s film essay addresses students in a media-savvy way, resembling a YouTube mash.
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CalArts professor Thom Andersen directs the digital video essay film Los Angeles Plays Itself, titled after a gay porn classic by Fred Halsted (L.A.
Plays Itself).Using clips from well-known mainstream movies to lesser-known obscurities, Andersen explores the myths and realities of the city as produced by Hollywood and as viewed by contemporary : Cinema Guild.
a deal breaker. This is probably still the best "Los Angeles Plays Itself" has ever looked. The film is a remarkable documentary, charting the history of how Los Angeles is portrayed in the movies.
In the process it reveals much about the L.A.'s real history, it's politics, its architecture, its culture. It shows us how how movies distort and/5(57). Los Angeles Plays Itself opens with a black and white establishing shot of LA, with big band swing music in the background, followed by a montage of films from the s.
This sequence sets up the methodology for the film, using images from movies to show the city's by: 1. Los Angeles Plays Itself. The landscape, too, has the ability to self-erase its particularities and become mutable. For decades, it has been forced to play other cit ies in movies.
In his incredible documentary Los Angeles Plays Itself, the filmmaker Thom Andersen chronicles every city Los Angeles has played in the history of American cinema.A video essay splicing together scenes from.
Los Angeles Plays Itself Critics Consensus A treat for cinephiles, this documentary is a comprehensive, academic, and enlightening film essay concerning Los Angeles and its depiction in the movies%.
On today's episode, we discuss "Los Angeles Plays Itself" Los Angeles Plays Itself is a video essay by Thom Andersen, finished inexploring the way Los Angeles. After years as an influential but rarely screen cult classic, Thom Andersen's documentary, "Los Angeles Plays Itself," will finally be released on DVD this : Christopher Hawthorne.
Los Angeles Plays Itself. This is not a book but it’s one of the most unusual documentaries I have ever seen. It’s about Los Angeles as it has been portrayed in the movies over the last one hundred years.
As far as I know it will never be traditionally released due to rights issues but it’s usually available on YouTube. Los Angeles Plays Itself Los Angeles may be the most photographed city in the world, but it may never have been captured with such complex layers of meaning and fascination as in Thom Andersen's Author: Robert Koehler.
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