Tag Archives: Japan Philosophical landscapes

New Film – Japan Philosophical Landscapes

Have been working constantly on the old film Japan Philosophical Landscapes film. Have made a new version in a different format and finally I managed to get an edited version which works. Certainly it is good enough to put up … Continue reading

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David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde

“David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde” The film features locations in Moscow, Tokyo, Kyoto and a small Island called Ogasawara in the Pacific Ocean which Burliuk visited in the manner of Gauguin.Japanese art was was gradually transformed in the Meiji period of the late … Continue reading

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Tokyo Journey and Japan Philosophical Landscapes

The short film Tokyo Journey has been released and is gaining quite a bit of interest which is encouraging. I am at the moment working on a downloadable version which can also be accessed as a DVD (just in case … Continue reading

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Tokyo Journey – new release

The new film about Tokyo is finally released from Michael Craig and Copernicus Films: Check out the film below: There is also a bit of commentary here which is not necessarily an explanation but more in the way of background. … Continue reading

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Future Projects and completing some past ones

At the moment there are several projects winding up so it leaves time to reflect on the future. Firstly the short film I have been editing, Journey Through Tokyo is gradually coming to fruition. Only one or two scenes to … Continue reading

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Journey Through Tokyo

Coming to the end of a short film shot in Tokyo. Soundtrack composed and recorded – just needs some final mixing. At the moment working on final special effects and generally editing down the material. It looks like the film … Continue reading

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Woman in the Dunes – A dry stone garden?

Woman in the Dunes is a powerful piece of Japanese cinema which displays many themes and characteristics  unique to Japan. While the relationship between the man and the woman is significant and maybe paramount it is the backdrop of sand … Continue reading

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Tokyo short film in edit mode

Information about the short film shot in Tokyo. More updates on the way but below are two still from the film. For more information about the series Japan Philosophical Landscapes click here:

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Vakhtantov film and update on other projects

  Finally figured out what might be wrong with the sound on the film, Vakhtangov and the Russian Theatre at least I think I have. Will remaster and re render in a few days time once I have cleared a … Continue reading

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Sand and lots of it.

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