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Peter Greenaway, Cinema of the Future, 2005






source:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZQTmrp261E

A masterclass conducted by Peter Greenaway at Lovebytes 2005, Sheffield UK. One of the most influential film-makers of the 1980's, Greenaway has always been excited by the possibilities of new technology in creating art and moving image in particular. Here he discusses the Tulse Luper Suitcases Project and outlines his vision of a digital future for film.

During the festival, for the first time in Europe, all three parts of Peter Greenaway's Tulse Luper Suitcases were shown. This vast project encompasses films, DVDs, books, installations and a network of websites and opens up a new chapter in cross-platform experimental moving images and storytelling.

This talk took place at Lovebytes 2005. Saturday 16 April 12.30pm

http://www.tulselupernetwork.com

http://www.lovebytes.org.uk






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