Thursday, September 15, 2011

Titicut Follies

Titicut Follies by Frederick Wiseman, 1967:

Late cross-posting this here, but two weeks ago my first essay in a series called 300 Million Milliseconds covering every one of Frederick Wiseman's forty films from 1967 to present, and beyond, in chronological order of release, went up at The MUBI Notebook here, on Wiseman's earth-shaking debut, Titicut Follies.

Next in the series is 1968's High School, which will be posted shortly.


1 comment:

  1. Craig -- I'm really looking forward to your notes on Wiseman's body of work -- this is a project I had intended to tackle a few years ago, but was derailed by other commitments. And especially looking forward to your notes on High School, if only to compare with my own from early 2009 (The World of Wiseman: "High School" (1968)), which of course were specific to a (brief? continuing?) political moment...


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