Thursday, 4 November 2010

Clips and cuttings, film epiphanies

Part of the programme is an invitation for folk to bring clips and cuttings (max 4 minutes) that are meaningful in terms of world view, theology, first got them interested in reading films or some other kind of epiphany. Without list the precise excerpts and reasons why, here is what folk contributed:
  • Treasure Island
  • Departures (Japanese)
  • Anton's Childhood (Russian)
  • The Cave of the Yellow Dog (Mongolian)
  • My Mother Smiles (Italian)
  • Caberet
  • Freedom Writers
  • Leap of Faith
  • Good Night, and Good Luck
  • Babette's Feast (Danish)
  • Winstanley
  • War Requiem
  • Apollo 13
Have a guess at which was mine.

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