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The Cineastes

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6923981“The Cineastes are a not-quite-so elite International coalition of the cinematically inclined whom convene once a month.

Together they hope to assist in the spread of film enthusiasm like a disease, debilitating the already infected and attacking the healthy with relentless vigor.

Possessing of what Ernest Hemingway referred to as ‘aficion’, The Cineastes are concerned with the general analysis of features both new & old, studio-made & independent, local & foreign, as well as comprehensive film criticism instigating and encouraging discussion on the roots of cinema history.”

Adam Batty at Hope Lies at 24 frames per second…

Adam Cook at The Bronze.

Amber at Nouvelle Vague Cinematheque

Eugene Lee at YGG’noise

Doc Oz at Cine-diagnosis

Edouard Hill at Allan Gray’s Imagination

Jake at Filmbound

Josh Wiebe at Octopus Cinema

Kurt Walker at Walking in the Cinema

Matthias Galvin at Framed

Neil at The Incredible Suit

Tom Day at Serious About Cinema

Witkacy at Inertial Frame


CINEASTES BLOG SERIES on Nouvelle Vague Cinematheque
May 2009: Ugetsu Monogatari
June 2009: The Gambler
July 2009: Big Trouble in Little China – skipped.
August 2009: Au Revoir Les Enfants
September 2009: L’Enfance Nue
October 2009: Magic
November 2009: Nanook of the North
December 2009: X-mas Themed
January 2010: Mononoke Hime
February 2010: Judex

Written by Amber

April 23, 2009 at 3:15 pm

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  1. thank you,chandler esque? well i’ll be sure to check out your review in the morning, as I am tired and im sure you are too.

    doctoroz

    May 16, 2009 at 12:49 am

  2. Insightful. Thanks!

    Moriarty

    February 17, 2010 at 8:51 pm


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