Tag Archives: painting

Georges Schwizgebel: Le Roi des Aulnes (Erlkönig) (2015)

24 Jul

Louis Schwizgebel interprets Erlkönig, the film by his father at the ceremony of the festival d’Annecy 2017.

In the film a father rides through the dark forest with his son. The sick child thinks he sees the Erlking, who both charms and frightens him. Based on Goethe’s poem Erlkönig and the music of Schubert and Liszt.

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Georges Schwizgebel: Chemin Faisant (2012)

17 Jul

je ne puis méditer qu’en marchant ; sitôt que je m’arrête, je ne pense plus, et ma tête ne va qu’avec mes pieds.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Les Confessions

Georges Schwizgebel: Romance (2011)

10 Jul

A fourth dimension whirlwind tour of a romance set to Rachmaninoff’s Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 19.

Georges Schwizgebel: Retouches (2008)

3 Jul

More motion-poetry from Mr Schwizgebel

Georges Schwizgebel: L’homme sans ombre (2004)

26 Jun

Take care of your shadow, folks.

Georges Schwizgebel: Fugue (1998)

19 Jun

We are kicking off a deep dive into the amazing free-flying animation filmography of Georges Schwizgebel. Previously we have only featured Jeu (2006), but in the coming weeks you will get to enjoy several selected works right up DPV’s alley.

Fugue throws us into an ominous, lost-in-thought looping mindscape. The music is composed by Michèle Bokanowski.

The Sea The Sea – Waiting

9 May

Something I’ve discovered about myself is that I enjoy being in transit. I like sitting on a bus, a plane, or anything else that will let me watch the world roll by and leave me with my thoughts.

I also think cities are beautiful. I grew up in a small town, and getting to experience life in a few cities has enriched my development as a young man.

So I hope you’ll enjoy this one as much as I do.

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