I agree, all films lie. Charade staring Archibald Leach.

On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 2:34 PM, Jeff Kreines <j...@kinetta.com> wrote:

> David Holzman’s Diary
>
> On Feb 22, 2017, at 4:30 PM, Francisco Torres <fjtorre...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> it may be that all films lie. that is what make them such fun.
>
> 2017-02-22 14:31 GMT-04:00 lagonaboba <lagonab...@gmail.com>:
>
>> from the Filmmaker’s Coop Catalog: (description seems laden with
>> Coyote-esque obfuscation, and I wrote it…)
>>
>> Robert Harris
>> <http://film-makerscoop.com/rentals-sales/search-results?fmc_author=1035>
>>
>> *COYOTE  *(1997
>> <http://film-makerscoop.com/rentals-sales/search-results?fmc_year=1997>) DVD
>> NTSC, color, 17:07 min
>>
>> Genre: Documentary
>> <http://film-makerscoop.com/rentals-sales/search-results?fmc_genre=genre_documentary>
>> , Experimental
>> <http://film-makerscoop.com/rentals-sales/search-results?fmc_genre=genre_experimental>
>>
>> Keywords: Ethnic/Multicultural
>> <http://film-makerscoop.com/rentals-sales/search-results?fmc_keyw=key_ethnic_multicultural>
>>
>> COYOTE is an invocation of the many shady, shifting forms of Coyote, wide
>> dog, Trickster, and smuggler, told in a style that mimics his multifarious
>> shape. COYOTE abandons unified visual style. The narrative is fractured, a
>> blend of documentary and fiction, contradictory voices, myths, and lies.
>> Through a discontinuity between images, between image and text, between
>> textual voices; through a clash of human and non-human voices, fixed
>> meaning is undermined. Contradiction, displacement and disruption force the
>> viewer's participation. Text and image drift in and out of moments of
>> relative, subjective synchronicity. A reading ascribed to a given image
>> will dissolve with the change of accompanying text. As meaning becomes
>> contingent on viewer and context, authorship shifts from video-maker to
>> collective process. COYOTE is an accumulated cacophony of evidence
>> fragments where meanings coagulate in the resonant harmonics of the various
>> voices.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Feb 21, 2017, at 8:49 PM, Morgan Hoyle-Combs <mhoyleco...@yahoo.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Hello
>>
>> Does anyone know of any film (essay/diary/doc) where lying is a theme or
>> the main focus? I wondered if there was anything that ran among these
>> lines:
>>
>> 1. The audience is well aware that the narrator/filmmaker is lying to them
>>
>> 2. The audience does not know whether or not the narrator/filmmaker lying
>> to them. It's left ambiguous.
>>
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