Nathaniel Dorsky, « Three Times Silence »

//Nathaniel Dorsky, « Three Times Silence »

Nathaniel Dorsky, « Three Times Silence »

“There is the world that we see, and then there is the world that artists like Mr. Dorsky see and generously share.” — Manohla Dargis, The New York Times

Save the date: The experimental San Francisco filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky is back in Paris for a projection of some of his recent films at Beaubourg on May 15 (Wednesday) at 19h.
This is a rare occasion to partake in the poetry of the whole of life just as it is, the ordinary caught on film in all its gorgeously sublime suchness. No one else makes films so exquisite, so moving and tender and whole.
info: Centre Pompidou

“If we do relinquish control, we suddenly see a hidden world, one that has existed all along right in front of us. In a flash, the uncanny presence of the poetic and vibrant world, ripe with mystery, stands before us.” — Nathaniel Dorsky, Devotional Cinema

By | 2015-10-02T15:26:34+01:00 mai 12th, 2013|Textes|5 Comments

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Enseignante Zen et poète, Sensei Amy “Tu es cela” Hollowell est née et a grandi à Minneapolis, aux Etats-Unis. Arrivée en France en 1981 pour étudier la littérature et l’histoire, elle y est restée, s’installant à Paris, où elle élève ses deux enfants et gagne sa vie en tant que journaliste. The Zen teacher and poet Amy “Tu es cela” Hollowell Sensei was born and raised in Minneapolis, but came to France in 1981 to study literature and history and has lived in Paris ever since, raising her two children and making a living as a journalist.

5 Comments

  1. fake uhren 23 juillet 2013 at 3 h 33 min - Reply
  2. jeff buckleys music 14 mai 2013 at 22 h 57 min - Reply

    "dizem que em cada coisa uma oculta mora.
    Sim, é ela propria, a coisa sem ser oculta,
    Que mora nela "

    Alberto Caeiro

    "o que nos vemos das sao as cousas.
    Por que veriamos nos uma cousa se houvesse outra?
    Por que é ver e ouvir seriam iludirmo-nos
    se ver ouvir sao ver e ouvir,

    o essencial é saber ver,
    saber ver sem estar a pensar,
    saber ver quando se vê,
    e nem pensar qaundo se pensa.

    Mas isso ( tristes de nos que trazemos a alma vestida!)
    isso exige um estudio profundo,
    uma aprendizagem de desaprender
    e uma sequestraçao na liberdede daquele convento
    de que os poetas dizem que as estrelas sao as freiras eternas
    e as flores as penitentes convictas de um so dia,
    mas onde afinal as estrelas nao senao estrelas
    nem as flores senao flores,
    sendo por isso que lhes chammos estrelas e flores."

    Alberto Caierio

  3. Tu es cela 14 mai 2013 at 11 h 00 min - Reply

    The subject of Mr. Dorsky’s films seems to have raised some questions for you; the mystery is ripening.

  4. jeff buckleys music 14 mai 2013 at 10 h 45 min - Reply

    " ripe with mystery"?

  5. jeff buckleys music 12 mai 2013 at 22 h 02 min - Reply

    when we see there is only one world ?
    when we recognise – there is the world that we recognise – and one hidden? world that we possibly could see…???
    nothing is hidden but our ‘seeing’? – we ourself ?

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