Lost in the Movies (formerly The Dancing Image): Patreon update #8: Carnival of Souls, Upstream Color & The Shanghai Gesture (+ Christopher Nolan & more) and preview of Come On Over, Veronique (Kieslowski Montage)

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Patreon update #8: Carnival of Souls, Upstream Color & The Shanghai Gesture (+ Christopher Nolan & more) and preview of Come On Over, Veronique (Kieslowski Montage)


The podcast's second triple feature covers three disparate films - a low-budget cult classic from the sixties, a recent sci-fi art film, and a decadent piece of Hollywood exotica. All three tell stories of young women in over their heads, seemingly contending with much larger forces beyond their control although possibly the struggles they face are primarily in their own heads. Additionally, I take a look at the quirky Twin Peaks Access Guide, revisit Christopher Nolan (covering most of the films I didn't talk about in my recent double header), and explore in era in my own blogging history when I began to indulge in image-posts, including a survey of all the films I saw in the movie theater between the late eighties to the late nineties, Twins as a 4-year-old to Affliction as a 15-year-old.

And I preview my second montage in a month this week, a clip from my fusion of Amy Winehouse and Krzysztof Kieslowski, which you can see by becoming a third-tier patron for $10/month. For the rest, a mere dollar can be your key. See you on the other side...





Line-up for Episode 8

INTRO
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WEEKLY UPDATE/Patreon: 3rd Tier Biweekly Preview - Come On Over, Veronique (Kieslowski Montage)
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WEEKLY UPDATE/recent posts: updated Twin Peaks picture gallery
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WEEKLY UPDATE/works in progress: finished minor characters
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FILM IN FOCUS: Carnival of Souls
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FILM IN FOCUS: Upstream Color
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FILM IN FOCUS: The Shanghai Gesture
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TWIN PEAKS REFLECTIONS: The Access Guide
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OTHER TOPICS: Christopher Nolan's other films (outtake from Interstellar/Prestige episode)
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OPENING THE ARCHIVE "The Image Emerges" (January - February 2010), this week's highlight (They Once Were Coming Attractions: memories of my movie past, 1988 - 1998)

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