Limitless Cinema in Broken English

September 1, 2010

THAI FILMMAKER DREAM TEAMS

Filed under: Uncategorized — celinejulie @ 12:01 am

THAI FILMMAKER DREAM TEAMS:

I just enjoy imagining what would happen if some Thai filmmakers make some films together.

1.Teerani Siangsanoh + Tanatchai Bandasak + Sasithorn Ariyavicha

2.Wachara Kanha + Chakrit Onnom + Phaisit Phanphruksachat

3.Tani Thitiprawat + Sereeroj Jayaphon + Thitimon Mongkolsawat

4.Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke + Chaloemkiat Saeyong + Chulayarnnon Siriphol

5.Authawut Boonyuang + Atthapon Pamakho + Michael Shaowanasai

6.Piyaphong Phakuntod + Janenarong Sirimaha + Tanwarin Sukkhapisit

7.Suphisara Kittikunarak + Nisarat Komsup + Proudmary Songmuang

8.Prap Boonpan + Manussak Dokmai + The Underground Office

9.Taiki Sakpisit + Chaiwat Wiansantia + Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa

10.Tossapol Boonsinsukh + Kriangkrai Watananiyom + Wisarut Deelorm

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CONFESSION OF A SHOPAHOLIC GAY: I hadn’t bought the book THE CINEMA OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL when it was priced 1601 baht at Kinokuniya, Paragon. But today I found that there was a discount. The book’s price is 450 baht. So I bought it without hesitation. The book talks about THE CURSED VILLAGE (1930/1942, Florián Rey), SONG OF LISBON (1933, José Cottinelli Telmo), FAIR OF THE DOVE (1935, Benito Perojo), ANIKI-BÓBÓ (1942, Manoel de Oliveira), LAST STAND IN THE PHILIPPINES (1945, Antonio Román), LOLA THE COAL GIRL (1951, Luis Lucia), THE MIRACLE OF MARCELINO (1955, Ladislao Vajda), MAIN STREET (1956, Juan Antonio Bardem), THE LAST TORCH SONG (1957, Juan de Orduña), STRANGE JOURNEY (1964, Fernando Fernán Gómez), etc.

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