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films of Carl Dreyer

The Museum of Modern Art Film Library

films of Carl Dreyer

by The Museum of Modern Art Film Library

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Published by The Film Library of the Museum of Modern Art in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dreyer, Carl Theodor, 1889-

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eileen Bowser.
    ContributionsBowser, Eileen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1998.A3 D734
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1]-7 [1]p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5907848M
    LC Control Number64008096
    OCLC/WorldCa2509163

    The Films of Carl-Theodor Dreyer by David Bordwell. pp., illustrations, index, University of California Press, $ In relation to Roland Barthes’ distinction between readerly and writerly texts, David Bordwell — an academic marvel who organizes huge masses of material with an uncanny sense of what can or can’t be assimilated.   Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. With Helge Nissen, Halvard Hoff, Jacob Texiere, Hallander Helleman. In 4 episodic tales of human suffering; the temptation of Jesus, the Spanish Inquisition, the French Revolution and the Russo-Finnish war of , Satan attempts to win God's favor/10(K).

    The penultimate film by the Danish master Carl Theodor Dreyer is a parable on the power of faith, set in a remote religious community. Film details. Year. Director. Carl Th. Dreyer. Featuring. Henrik Malberg, Emil Hass Christensen, Preben Lerdorff Rye. More about Ordet.   Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. With Julian West, Maurice Schutz, Rena Mandel, Sybille Schmitz. A drifter obsessed with the supernatural stumbles upon an inn where a severely ill adolescent girl is slowly becoming a vampire/10(K).

    A bonus on the Criterion Collection set for Carl Theodor Dreyer's "Vampyr" includes his screenplay of the film "Vampyr" as well as Sheridan Le Fanu's "Carmilla" the novella from "In a Glass Darkly" that was the main inspiration for the film, and one of the cornerstones of the vampire subgenre/5. Vampyr is perhaps one of the strangest films ever made, and one of the most feverish of all horror films, successfully so. The opening title card explains that our protagonist, Allen Gray, after reading on supernatural books, particularly on Vampire folklore, had left /5(K).


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In order to navigate out of Author: David Bordwell. In the most extensive and intensive book yet devoted to Dreyer, David bordwell shows how Dreyere's films offer unique 'La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc,' Vampyr', 'Day of Wrath,' and 'Gertrud' are the most famous works of this rigorous, austere, and powerful filmmaker/5(26).

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The Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer- David Bordwell. “What are Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Best Movies?” We looked at all of Dreyer’s directed filmography and ranked them against one another to answer that very question. We took all of the movies directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer and looked at their Rotten Tomato Critic, Rotten Tomato User, IMDB, and Letterboxd scores, ranking them against one.

The DVD distributor and film restorer, the Criterion Collection, has made available five major Dreyer films: The Passion of Joan of Arc, Vampyr, Day of Wrath, Ordet, and Gertrud. These are works you need any day of the year but they can make Good Friday just a bit more harrowing and Easter just a bit more hopeful.

Named Person: Carl Theodor Dreyer; Carl Theodor Dreyer: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Eileen Bowser; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.).

Film. The Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer. University of California Press. ISBN Dreyer, Carl Theodor; Skoller, Donald (). Dreyer in double reflection. Da Capo Press. ISBN Milne, Tom ().

The cinema of Carl Dreyer. Barnes. Schamus, James (1 January ). Carl Theodor Dreyer's Gertrud: The Moving Word. University of Washington : Dreyer, von Trier. Carl Theodor Dreyer, Writer: La passion de Jeanne d'Arc.

The illegitimate son of a Danish farmer and his Swedish housekeeper, Carl Theodor Dreyer was born in Copenhagen on the 3th of February, He spent his early years in various foster homes before being adopted by the Dreyers at the age of two. Contrary to popular belief (perhaps nourished by the fact that his films often deal with Occupation: Writer, Director, Editor.

Although Carl Dreyer is universally acknowledged to be one of the supreme masters of world cinema, it is one of the oddities of film history that beyond The Passion of Joan of Arc, his works have seldom had the general recognition that they undeniable deserve.

This book is an attempt to bring his films to the awareness of contemporary filmgoers everywhere. This book is an attempt to bring his films to the awareness of contemporary filmgoers everywhere. The author Although Carl Dreyer is universally acknowledged to be one of the supreme masters of world cinema, it is one of the oddities of film history that beyond The Passion of Joan of Arc, his works have seldom had the general recognition that /5.

Vampyr (German: Vampyr – Der Traum des Allan Gray, lit. 'Vampyr: The Dream of Allan Gray') is a horror film directed by Danish director Carl Theodor film was written by Dreyer and Christen Jul based on elements from J.

Sheridan Le Fanu's collection of supernatural stories In a Glass Darkly. Vampyr was funded by Nicolas de Gunzburg who starred in the film under the name Music by: Wolfgang Zeller. Silent cinema at its most sublimely expressive, Carl Theodor Dreyer’s masterpiece is an austere but hugely affecting dramatisation of the trial of St Joan.

Film details. Year. Director. Carl Th. Dreyer. Featuring. Renée Falconetti, Eugène-Charles-Joseph Silvain. Michael (also known as Mikaël, Chained: The Story of the Third Sex, and Heart's Desire) was a German silent film released indirected by Carl Theodor Dreyer, director of other notable silents such as The Passion of Joan of Arc (), Master of the House Produced by: Erich Pommer.

Carl Theodor Dreyer, (born Feb. 3,Copenhagen, Den.—died MaCopenhagen), motion-picture director whose most famous films were explorations of religious experience, executed in the Danish “static” style.

Dreyer was a pianist, a clerk, a journalist, and a theatre critic before entering the cinema in as a writer of subtitles. Travel Movies Books Food Other. Sign In Trending New Popular type to search. Sign In. Make a List Browse Lists Search Lists Leaders Help / Contact Suggest Feature Newsletter.

The Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer show list info. Below is a list of films from director Carl Theodor Dreyer. Take a look and see which movies you've watched. 85 users. Gertrud is a Danish drama film directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer; it is based on the play of the same name by Hjalmar title role of Gertrud Kanning is played by Nina Pens Rode, with Bendt Rothe as her husband, Gustav Kanning, and Baard Owe as her lover, Erland Jansson.

Gertrud was Dreyer's final film. It is notable for its many long takes, one of which is a nearly ten Music by: Jørgen Jersild.Ordet, is a Danish drama film, directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. It is based on a play by Kaj Munk, a Danish Lutheran priest, first performed in The film won the Golden Lion at the 16th Venice International Film Festival, and was the only film by Dreyer to be both a critical and financial success.

The film is now regarded by many critics as a masterpiece, admired particularly for its by: Poul Schierbeck.Following Satan's Book, Dreyer sought to escape the financial instability of the Danish film industry and ended up making films in Norway, Sweden, France, and Germany, but try as he might, he was.