Here below are some more links to great online webcasts of very worthwhile, film and film-studies events, as stored in the Tate Galleries online archive (see previous posts on this topic HERE, HERE, and HERE):
- ‘Double Indemnity: Todd Haynes/Edward Hopper:’ Todd Haynes with Richard Dyer (4 June 2004) HERE
- ‘Anthony Minghella: British Art Lecture’ (21 September 2004) HERE
- ‘Moving Images’: Eija-Liisa Ahtila (11 June 2002) HERE (see also HERE for a good Guardian review of the Tate Modern exhibition of Ahtila’s work)
- ‘Moving Images’: Agnès Varda (25 April 2002) HERE
There is also a webcast of an interview, in the ‘Moving Images’ series, with Laura Mulvey (7 March 2002) at the Tate Modern, but the link is reported as faulty by the Tate website at present. They say they will fix it, so wait a while, and then try HERE. While on the subject of Mulvey, HERE‘s a link to an online version of her classic essay, ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’.
And, to conclude, HERE‘s a link to an already pretty widely-known, online ‘access point’ for Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (Todd Haynes, 1987 – also added to Film Studies For Free’s regular listing of ‘Film Practice As Research Links’).