I thought there is a tremendous on in Paradjanov's Shadows of Forgotten
Ancestors, but I debate whether I am remembering it correctly. Dancing
through trees? It might have the camera in the center of a circle spinning
around, as opposed to being a circular track around. However, I also have
seen the film with this shot, and then without it. But as it was one of the
most memorable things in it the first time I saw it, and I confirmed its
existence with someone else, I have only gotten confused by seeing the film
again without it.
Here's a badly faded version someone uploaded.
I might have mentally reconceived the tracking shot through the bushes in
the 48:00 49:00 range, but I swear is was a circular tracking shot through
bushes into a clearing where a protagonist was dancing, or the main couple
was dancing. It's been a few years. I don't know.
Anyway, I bet some P. Thomas Anderson film has one.
From: Andy Ditzler <a...@andyditzler.com>
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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 22:03:23 -0500
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Subject: Re: [Frameworks] 360 degrees
The "Actione Musicale" section in Godard's Weekend comes right to mind, as
does the circular dolly/pan around the three sisters in a restaurant in
Hannah and Her Sisters. (Assuming you're not limiting the query to only
uninterrupted/uncut 360 degree movements.) I also think of James Stewart and
Kim Novak's embrace in the hotel room in Vertigo, itself cited as an
influence on the handheld circular shot of the two young men making out
after shooting up speed in Warren Sonbert's Amphetamine. Chabrol's Les
Cousins contains a circular pan around Charles' study room near the end of
that film. The ending shot of Antonioni's The Passenger might qualify?
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On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 8:22 PM, Fred Truniger <fred.truni...@gmail.com>
> does straub/huillet's repeated drive around the roundabout of la bastille in
> 'trop tot, trop tard' qualify?
> if so, i'd strongly recommend volko kamensky's short film 'divina obsesión'
> from 1997 (Germany). it's doing 23 drive-troughs in french roundabouts. great
> film! unfortunately completely unknown.
> i guess also the opening-scene in tarantino's 'reservoir dogs' is circling
> around the table, however there are many cuts. you are probably not looking
> for this kind of mise-en-scène, are you?
> cheers, fred
>> > Am 18.02.2016 um 01:06 schrieb Gene Youngblood <ato...@comcast.net>:
>> > Friends,
>> > I need recommendations of films that contain 360-degree dolly (or
>> Steadicam) shots. Like for example circling around people seated at a
>> restaurant table, but it can be anything. It seems to me there are ³famous²
>> ones in the French New Wave, and there must be many others before and after
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