Summer of Love Crimes

Please Note : Screening Schedules
of Fall Film Series


Monday
Noir
(Mondays Fall 2001)


Two-Way
Spectacles
(Wednesdays Fall 2001)


 

 


A Film
Series

Curated by Earl
Jackson, Jr
.


talkingcure2000@aol.com

June 13-July18, 2001

Social
Sciences II
, Room 75


July 25-August 29, 2001

Media Theater 110

University
of California, Santa Cruz



 

A Film Series

Curated by

 

Free and Open to the Public
Earl
Jackson, Jr
.

talkingcure2000@aol.com
June 13-

July18, 2001
Social Sciences II, 

Room 75

University of California, Santa
Cruz

 July 25 – August 29,
2001
Media Theater 110

UCSC Campus
 
Sponsored by
x
Another
Scene

http://www.anotherscene.com/
and The Division of the Humanities

UCSC

  


When?:
Screenings
are 


Wednesday Evenings, 7.30 PM 

Beginning June 13, 2001. 
[No
Screening
 on 

July 4, 2001]

 

Where?:  From
June 13- July 18, 2001:


Social Sciences II, 

Room 75, 

UCSC Campus.

From July 25-August 29

Media Theater 110

University of California, Santa
Cruz


Directions and Location:

Social Sciences II is also known as College Ten. Social
Sciences I is also known as College Nine. There is convenient free parking
near Social Sciences II. Enter the Campus at the East Entrance, Bay and
High Streets. Turn left up the hill, go past the Bay Tree Bookstore and
the Whole Earth on the left. Shortly thereafter the road ends at a crossroad.
Turn left on that cross road. Proceed for about the equivalent of 1 1/2
city blocks. The road will continue onto a short bridge. Don’t go over
that bridge, but turn right at the slightly uphill roadlet just before
that bridge. This roadlet is the entrance to the grounds for Colleges Nine
and Ten. Proceed until you see a building to your right. That’s Social
Sciences II (Soc Sci II). The various parking lots are to your left.


The Media Theater 110
is in the Theater Arts Area of the Campus. Drive to where you would if
you were going to Shakespeare Santa Cruz, park, and head by foot to the
cluster of theater buildings. Click HERE
for more specific instructions.

Maps.For
Maps
to the Campus and Campus Maps, go to the maps
page on the UCSC Web site at

http://www.ucsc.edu/general_info/maps.html

You can download a detailed
campus map as a pdf file
by clicking THIS.


Reading pdf files requires Adobe
Acrobat Reader
, freeware you should get if you don’t already have it.
There will be many times and many reasons for being glad someone talked
you into downloading Acrobat Reader, and I’d love to be the target of that
gratitude, so if you don’t have it, begin the totally cost-free process
of acquiring it by clicking THIS. 
I’ll be delighted to give newcomers to Adobe
Acrobat Reader
reasons for being
happy
about it too, just ask me before or after any of the screenings.

Screening Schedule

 
Title
Director
Year of Release
June 13 A
Married Woman
Jean-Luc
Godard
1964
June 20 The Earrings of Madame de . . . Max
Ophuls
1953
June 27 Chungking
Express
Wang
Kar-wai
1994
July 4
July 11 Les Visiteurs du Soir Marcel
Carné
1942
July 18 You Only Live Once Fritz
Lang
1937
July 25
Short:

„The Cameraman‘ s Revenge“

 

Farewell,
China

Ladislaw
Starowicz

Clara
Law

1912

1990

 First Screening
at New Location


Media Theater 110

UCSC Campus.
Aug 1 Calendar Atom
Egoyan
1986
Aug 8 El
Dorado
Marcel
L’Herbier
1928

[Note:Silent
with French Intertitles.  Crib sheets will be provided.]

Aug 15 The
Sin of Nora Moran
Phil
Goldstone
1933
Aug 22 Leon Morin, Priest Jean-Pierre
Melville
1962
Aug 29 Perceval Eric
Rohmer
1978

Contexts?

What does the Series title mean? Why Love
Crimes
? To find out, Click THIS.

Here are the screening schedules for

Some of Earl’s previous film series:

 


Mayday
Movies
Twisted
Tuesdays: The Dario Argento Series/
Expiration
Date Cinema: 


The
Wong Kar-wai Series.
Another
Scene: Subjectivity 


Flickering
in the Dark
Katari:
Japanese Narrative Cinema

Please explore Earl
Jackson, Jr.’s
Web Site,


Cinema
and Subjectivity
.

Or the Web Site for Earl
Jackson, Jr.’s
Graduate Seminar


Critical
Fantasies
.

And of course his seminar on

Hysteria
and Paranoia
.

And for some hands-on film theory,

Desire
at Cross-[Cultural] Purposes:


Hiroshima,
Mon Amour and


Merry
Christmas, Mr. Lawrence
.

For some hands-on real life

try Oxydol
Poisoning
.

For some hands-on fantasizing,

Earl’s response to Jacques
Lacan’s
statement in the Second Seminar that,


„Desire is always desire for nothing nameable.“

Call
it Steve
.

What does Earl mean by „Neo-archaic Film Theory?“

Maybe the answer begins in his

Phaedrus
Kit
.

A
Conversation in Progress
.


Speaking of Which,

Conversations
with Ray Davis
are responsible


for me knowing what I know about movies and life.

Please frequent his online journal, The
Hotsy-Totsy Club
.


You’ll be glad you did. And it’s further context for
the films.


Earl
Jackson, Jr.


talkingcure2000@aol.com

http://www.anotherscene.com