Wednesday, May 18, 2011

24 Frames per Second

la peur du noir ~ Gewll
[used with permission]

like a runner in black and white
french new wave cool
your feet treadmill cobbled street
your heart seeks to beat
in dreams we run like heroes
the ground beneath our feet
nothing in our heads
I hear you whisper freedom


JeffScape said...

Haha, nice.

Although I do find it odd that most FNW directors site a couple of Americans as the primary influence on the genre.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Jeff: may be so but those influences would be stylistic rather than philosophic ;]

Gewll said...


designing wally said...


Harlequin said...

your usual minimalist approach to complexity.... wonderful.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Gewll: glad you approve :D

dw: counted ;]

Harlequin: minimalism is all we can afford - time is precious :)

Baino said...

I'd give my right arm to see a debate on the origin of French Modern Art between you and Jeffscape . . no really!

Pisces Iscariot said...

Baino: Ha! you'd probably lose both arms in the fray :D

JeffScape said...

Oops... read this one.

By the way, you're incorrect. The philosophies of Samuel Fuller and Morris Engel (both American) were the direct antecedents of FNW. Both Moullet and Godard are on record as stating so.

American pop culture is not the whole of American art.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Jeff: Bearing in mind the influence the French existentialists and with the proviso that Fuller was the son of Jewish Russian and Engel of German descent - I submit to your greater knowledge here :)