Claudio - Our Family Philosopher
... and he too shares the family obsession for cooking. This was shot Christmas 2008 when Claudio was the hero of the day, offering to gut and to fillet the fish. Claudio writes some fiction too but so far I only get his scholarly work for publication. And one little excercise in journalism not to forget.
Blitze im Dunkeln. Eine fragmentarische Analyse zu Dea Lohers Theaterstück Diebe
Szenenanalyse Dea Loher Diebe
Geschichten in der Geschichte.
Selbstreflexivität und Erzähldilemmata in Wim Wenders' frühen Filmen
Paper for a Film History Course at HFF Potsdam
Richard Powers – Facticious Fiction,
Ein Artikel über das Seminar, das Richard Powers im Sommersemester 2009 an der FU-Berlin gab
Claudio's contribution to the Richard Powers' Berlin Project: "Facticious Fiction, Fictitious Fact". A creative writing seminar Richard Powers held at the FU summer 2009. This piece is about a family trip to London in 1996 and the bits and pieces different members of the family remember after more than ten years. Therefore it's the ultimate piece for the WinterWeb and I had to beg Claudio for quite some time in order to get his approval.
Der Prozess um des Esels Schatten
bei Christoph Martin Wieland und Friedrich Dürrenmatt - ein Vergleich
Der "andere Zustand" als "Dichtungszustand"?
Zur Wechselwirkung zwischen Werk und Schreibakt bei Robert Musil.
Atomschichten und Nachtschichten
Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften in Berlin - eine kleine Reportage über das Paul Drude Institut. In order to keep the original format, this is a pdf file. Would be nicer to open it within the browser - but I don't know how .... yet.
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Good that you mention it. I didn't look close and as the article was from December 2000 I just read 2010 and considered it actual. I'm not the scientific type -:)
It looks like Jonathan is doing time travelling and recycles his last century oevre. But it's fun anyway as you stumble over hidden treasures. But there is often disappointment when the Lovefilm search leads to nothing.
I was curious about I’LL DO ANYTHING, his recent dig which has an incredible low 5.1 on the IMDB scale.
Claudio wrote Fri Dec 3 2010 @ 09:23
I think even matching Rosenbaum's movies-per-day-watchcount is pretty much impossible if movies isn't your full time job. So I guess you don't have to be all too humbled. While we're at it: why exactly does he post 3 reviews from 10 years ago - I'm not criticizing, just wondering. Is it an attempt to take some time to reflect all the things that have happened and changed in this last decade?
Richard wrote Thu Dec 2 2010 @ 11:33
Sorry about that! I've been so fascinated about the text that I forgot all my webmaster duties -:)
Now it's in (right below the table of contents - nobody will miss it) and the masses can give their input.
As I'm at it. I just visited Jonathan Rosenbaum's site; he wrote yesterday s a wonderful entry about Philip Kaufman's Quills and Alain Resnais' Smoking / No Smoking. He really is a diligent blog writer and a couple of years older than me! Although with the same background (Jonathan too stems from a movie theater family background) I will never get to this level. One must be humble. I add the link althoug someone hardly ever follows my links -:)
Link Jonathan Rosenbaum's Dezember blog
Why is the comment-function for my essay on Wim Wenders noch enabled? I'm sure there are thousands of people just waiting to give me feedback on it ;)
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