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Recopilación - Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor kimkiduk » Vie 26 Oct, 2007 11:50

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Jan Švankmajer
The Complete Short Films


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“I don’t actually animate objects, I coerce their inner life out of them.” - Jan Švankmajer.

The unusual nature of the films made by Jan Švankmajer, the elaborate use of surreal imagery and the rather unsettling effect they produce, is probably best described by the great Czech director himself, quoted above in the documentary The Cabinet of Jan Švankmajer. Born in Prague, having studied marionette work at the Academy of Fine Arts there, and having lived through the war and the upheavals of the country’s recent political history, Švankmajer’s work fits comfortably within the Bohemian magical and surrealist culture and tradition - one that is particularly enshrined within its traditional puppet theatre. As the above quote from Švankmajer suggests, much of the director’s work stems from ideas suggested by objects themselves and those ideas are communicated very much in the same way to the viewer by presenting those objects out of context in the manner of the surrealists. The aim of this alchemical process is to spark off an emotional gut reaction within the viewer, rather than a rationalised or intellectualised search for underlying meaning or symbolism in what is presented.

Although certainly not the only experimental or even surrealist filmmaker working in animation, Švankmajer’s take on surrealism is quite a unique one, relying on a common and quite easily identifiable set of objects and themes, but drawing on a remarkable range of techniques that include drawing, puppetry, stop-motion animation, claymation, cut-out animation as well as even live-action to explore the objects and the relationship they have with people as thoroughly as possible. The full range of Švankmajer’s tools, techniques and ideas as presented through his short film work is made available for the first time in its complete form in this DVD collection from the BFI, Jan Švankmajer: The Complete Short Films – a three disc set that contains all 26 short films as well as a number of documentaries, interviews and essays on the filmmaker and his work.



Disc One: Early Shorts 1964 – 72
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The earliest Jan Švankmajer film in the set, The Last Trick alone displays many of the director’s typical characteristics and themes quite brilliantly. Using a mixture of live action, stop motion, puppetry and camera trickery, two living puppets, Mr Edgar and Mr Schwarzwald – actors wearing large papier-mâché heads – perform magic tricks for each other, with increasing levels of competitiveness that lead to a violent conclusion. On the surface it is a simple entertainment of surreal tricks, making inventive use of puppetry techniques, collage and clever editing – an imaginative and complete exploration of the capabilities of animation combined with cinema – but the underlying violence, broken heads and the unsettling presence of a black beetle that appears throughout give the whole film a much darker aspect. Švankmajer experiments further with his animation techniques in J.S. Bach – Fantasy in G Minor using music and textures to draw deeper spiritual elements and resonances out of animated inanimate objects. Using only shifting cracks, holes, and forms shaping themselves in doors, plaster and brick Švankmajer gets almost into Tarkovsky territory evoking scarcely definable undercurrents of memory and entropy by setting it to Bach music.

A combination of the form and content of the first two films informs the direction of the films made between 1965 and 1967 - a repetition of elements with the use of textures and music to evoke dark undercurrents of violence and death can be seen in A Game Of Stones, Punch & Judy, Et Cetera and Historia Naturae, Suita. Although all clockwork and rocks, it’s impossible not to recognise distinct living and human characteristics in the shapes and patterns of A Game of Stones, the rocks taking the form of eggs, blood corpuscles and human forms that lie somewhere between Henry Moore sculptures and Arcimboldo-like collages. By the end, the rocks break, are crushed and the machinery fails. The traditional battle of Punch and Joey in Punch And Judy sees the sinister hand-puppets taking turns to violently bludgeon each other in a battle for a guinea-pig, forcing each other’s dead bodies into coffins. (Švankmajer’s dynamic staging is no more astonishing than in one scene where a punch-drunk Joey sees multiple Punches bearing down on him from the roof of the house). Et Cetera’s three-part display of animated characters demonstrating the use of wings, a whip and a house, shows repetition et cetera ad infinitum, but within certain limitations, not least of which is the attempt to overcome the boundaries of the page itself upon which they are animated. The sting in the tale of each of these series of films culminates in Historia Naturae, Suita, in which animated dead, drawn, caged and stuffed animals, insects, fish, birds and mammals are reduced to skeletal form or are seen ultimately as food – even man himself.

The director’s first completely live-action short film The Garden, is nevertheless every bit as surreal as his animated work, when a man encounters and takes his place in a “living fence” made up entirely of people reduced to objects. Behind the surreal allegory, the The Party And The Guests-style political reading is just as clear. The theme of everyday household objects coming to life in a rather sinister fashion is even more evident in Švankmajer’s subsequent 1968-1969 films The Flat, Picnic With Weissmann and A Quiet Week in the House. With the advent of the Prague Spring in 1968, a political reading of these almost Kafkaesque films is inevitable, though being completely surreal in a typically Švankmajer manner the films resist such easy categorisation. In The Flat a man struggles to exist in an apartment in which every household object conspires against him in an inventively surreal manner, animated through stop-motion techniques. Inevitably, being a Švankmajer film, entropy and disorder prevail, forcing the man to admit defeat. His ultimate fate at the hands of these objects is perhaps revealed in Picnic With Weissmann, where similar household objects, freed from human ownership, enjoy an outdoor picnic, listening to gramophone records, eating grapes and playing with a ball. Inevitably, there is a dark punchline to this playful surrealism. The most dark and disturbing of these films is A Quiet Week in the House. Filmed like a spy movie with jerky black-and-white photography, a secret agent drills holes in the walls and doors of a house to regularly monitor the bizarre and quite disturbing transformations that are going on. Perhaps the most political of this series of films – although its “politics” cannot be simply defined – the dark abstract surrealism perhaps says even more about the period than any direct statement.

If The Garden, The Flat and A Quiet Week in the House hint at a sinister political climate that ordinary people are lost within, The Ossuary has an even more abstract sense of absurdity in the way it pokes fun at officiousness. Set in the incredible Sedlec ‘Bone Chapel’ of Kutuá Hora, containing piled up skeletons of 70,000 victims of the plague of 1318 and the Hussite wars arranged into chandeliers, altars and even a coat of arms, the visual impact is counterbalanced by the voice of a tour-guide relating the history of the ossuary and at the same time chiding the visitors to keep their hands off the displays. The names and dates scrawled on skulls in defiance of such authoritarianism despite the morbidity of the situation show how much this is heeded. The tour-guide soundtrack was banned and replaced by a jazzy score by Zdeněk Liška, a more official-sounding narrator and a poem by Jacques Prévert, which only adds to the overall sense of absurdity. Both soundtracks are included here. The Ossuary is a rare case of real-life being even more surreal than anything Švankmajer can conjure up, though he certainly has a hand in conveying its absurdity to the viewer.

Švankmajer’s studies and work in puppet theatre evidently informs much of his work, but the director always finds original ways of using the dark material and marionette techniques, experimenting with film techniques to bring something fresh and personal out of them. The same elements that made The Last Trick and Punch & Judy so dark, powerful and dynamic can also be found in Don Juan, the longest of Švankmajer’s early short films. Based on an old Czech puppet play, the film dresses up real locations and real-life actors to look like puppets on a stage and makes the most of the full range of options this affords. Švankmajer’s staging is simply magnificent – imaginatively and effectively drawing out the bizarre and almost surreal levels of dark humour and the horror that lie within the Don Juan tragedy.

Apart from puppet theatre, Švankmajer’s influences can also be found in the works of Breton, Buñuel, Arcimboldo, Edgar Allen Poe and Lewis Carroll, the latter two referenced in direct adaptations and full-length features …though often the manner in which they are presented is actually often far from direct. Jabberwocky opens with a child reading Carroll’s nonsense poem and confronts the nature of the stage of growth from child to adult, but it does so very much in a style that is Švankmajer’s own. The innocence of an animated playroom is revealed to have a rather more disturbing aspect, as apples are filled with maggots, dolls dismember and eat other baby dolls, toy soldiers are wiped out, an ornamental pen-knife impales itself and a black cat constantly interrupts the playing of a maze puzzle. Eventually, the spirit of the wild cat is caged within a very Švankmajer-like wardrobe where childhood clothes are abandoned and an adult suit hangs in readiness.

I don’t know whether Leonardo Da Vinci would also be considered an influence on Jan Švankmajer, but his importance in regards to art, science, ideas, imagination and invention would be difficult not to acknowledge. Leonardo’s Diary animates some of the artist’s sketches very beautifully (and unusually for Švankmajer as pure drawn animation), but cleverly juxtaposes those drawings with modern-day visual analogies in stock film footage. The imagery seems more playful than anything, but its references to contemporary society were deemed inappropriate by the authorities and his tampering with the film would lead to Švankmajer not being able to make his own films for the next seven years.



Poslední trik pana Schwarcewalldea a pana Edgara
The Last Trick (1964, 11:18)

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Johann Sebastian Bach: Fantasia G-moll
J.S. Bach – Fantasy in G Minor (1965, 9:25)

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NOTA: Alrededor de los 8:50 min. la imagen tiene un desperfecto, que al parecer viene en el mismo ISO del DVD. Si alguien más lo ha notado sería importante que lo diga, porque no estoy seguro de ello.


A Game With Stones
(1965, 8:36)

Punch & Judy
(1966, 9:54)

Et Cetera
(1966, 6:58)

Historia Naturae, Suita
(1967, 8:38)

The Garden
(1968, 16:08)

The Flat
(1968, 12:34)

Picnic With Weissman
(1968, 10:39)

A Quiet Week In The House
(1969, 19:10)

Don Juan
(1969, 31:19)

The Ossuary
(1970, 10:04)

Jabberwocky
(1971, 13:20)

Leonardo’s Diary
(1972, 11:15)



Disc Two: Late Shorts 1979 – 92
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Having been subjected to official scrutiny and interference over the making of Leonardo’s Diary in 1972, Švankmajer was forced to resign from the Krátký Film production company and did not make any films of his own for seven years. Returning in 1979, The Castle of Otranto - based around a cut-out animation adaptation of the Horace Walpole novel - would seem to be a typical delving into mythology of the bloody sort for the director, but it is the framing device which seems more important here. The story is intercut with documentary footage between an academic researching the actual location of Otranto and a rather sceptical interviewer. Between the fantastical elements of the Walpole story itself and the pseudo-documentary, it is not too difficult to see a crying out for the necessity for freedom of expression and the imagination of the artist versus the rather stifling Party-line social realism. This is borne out in the film’s dedication “to researchers whose activities are founded on bafflement”.

The darkest realms of the imagination and the horrors that can lie within are explored by Švankmajer in his adaptations of two Edgar Allan Poe stories The Fall of the House of Usher and The Pendulum, The Pit and Hope. The former is more interested in evoking the sensations and tone of the piece than literally telling the story. A narrator reading abridged extracts is the only concession to plot in the film, and with a complete absence of characters, it is the imagery rather that represents the gothic tale through textures, elemental forces, rippling mud, crumpling walls, splintering wood, tangled animated tree roots, thunder and lightning, the camera exploring every dark corner of the house decaying under the weight of corruption. Comparatively less experimental, The Pendulum, The Pit and Hope is no less effective in depicting the horror of a prisoner subjected to implements of torture and death by viewing it from a point-of-view perspective and filming it in gothic black-and-white. There is precious little hope in the tale, the film taking place in almost complete darkness amidst torture devices, rats and menacing figures in cloaks, the only light bringing images of even greater horrors and death. Although the horror of the punishments is completely without context and almost an abstract meditation on terror, the film did not please the Czech authorities and the film was banned.

Abstraction is also the name of the game in Dimensions of Dialogue, which uses a familiar three-part structure and repetition of elements to illustrate means of communication and how it can fail. In Factual Dialogue, the “exchanges” are swallowed whole, ground down to pulp and spewed out repeatedly until they become meaningless and interchangeable, losing their initial integrity. Passionate Dialogue explores the physical communion between a man and a woman and the resultant product that comes between them. Exhaustive Dialogue would seem to work to mutual benefit, but exchanges are not always reciprocal and can be at cross purposes. Much more interesting than the themes here however are Švankmajer’s animation techniques, particularly the stunning claymation work, which is able to forcefully represent these abstract themes in a fascinating and meaningful way. The interacting and blending of characters through clay figures is also used to similar effect in Švankmajer’s animation for the Hugh Cornwell music promo video Another Kind Of Love, with an underlying violence to the relationship between the man and the woman.

Dimensions of Dialogue becomes a key work then in Švankmajer’s later short films, as does the use of claymation, animated in most cases by Bedřich Glaser. The use of clay allows the director to push even further his distortions, contortions and mutilations of the human body. Virile Games uses this to great effect in its Pythonesque satire of sport as an excuse of violent and sadistic behaviour for entertainment – Švankmajer’s gleeful inventiveness in the increasingly brutal dismemberments of the opposing teams capably and graphically rendered through the claymation techniques. Darkness, Light, Darkness is another accomplished piece of work in this style, a body being constructed piece by piece, each of the animated parts working together to build up a full body which, once complete, can barely fit in the room where it is contained. Along with the title, the film would seem to be a commentary on the experience of life.

Food and its Arcimboldo-like representation of human features is also very evident in Švankmajer’s short works. In Meat Love, where two slices of raw meet enjoy a brief romance before being thrown in a frying pan, it is at its most basic. When the claymation is employed in conjunction with food, Švankmajer’s ideas and themes are given full rein and become more sophisticated, such the decaying of fruit and vegetables in conjunction with the human body in the brief but visually rich and powerful Flora. Another tripartite piece, Dimensions of Dialogue is again referenced in Food the dialogues in question between characters here revolving around food becoming increasingly aggressive towards each other and against themselves to the level of cannibalism and even the eating of parts of one’s own body. The intimate nature of those parts of the body and a self-conscious motion at the end before consumption perhaps referring to the aggression against oneself that comes with the buying into the idea of cosmetic surgery.

Two of the latter short films stand apart from the usual Švankmajer themes and treatment. With its blend of live-action and animation, Down In The Cellar is however closely linked with the director’s feature film work, looking very much like an early version of Little Otik (2000). Although there is no voracious animated log figure here, a young girl’s journey to down to the cellar of an apartment block is nonetheless littered with similarly nightmarish representations of fears she has about the neighbours she encounters on the stairway. Strikingly photographed, the themes of the later feature are presented here in a much more concise form. The director’s techniques are certainly evident in The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia, but the political nature of the subject is more direct than usual, and without any knowledge of the principal figures of Czech politics in the period 1968 – 1990, the viewer might fail to catch the nuances of this self-proclaimed piece of agitprop. Nuance however is perhaps not the intention, and it’s not too difficult to recognise the grander gestures directed against the State, Communism and Stalin, whose clay head is painted with the Czech flag and operated on in true Švankmajer style.



Otrantský zámek
The Castle of Otrano (1979, 17:13)

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The Fall of the House of Usher
(1980, 15:02)

Dimensions of Dialogue
(1982, 11:18)

Down to the Cellar
(1983, 14:44)

The Pendulum, The Pit and Hope
(1983, 14:20)

Virile Games
(1988, 14:01)

Another Kind of Love
(1988, 3:36)

Meat Love
(1988, 1:07)

Darkness, Light, Darkness
(1989, 7:13)

Flora
(1989, 0:31)

The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia
(1990, 9:23)

Food
(1992, 16:22)


Disc Three: Extras
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Disc Three’s extra features complement the set with additional material by Švankmajer outside his main body of short film work, as well as several documentaries and interviews that examine the variety of his other art and film projects.



Johanes Doktor Faust
(Emil Radok, 1956) (17:22)
Cortesía de tahita, enlace al hilo del corto: http://www.cine-clasico.com/foros/viewtopic.php?t=16836

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Švankmajer’s first piece of credited film work was as a puppeteer on Emil Radok’s magnificent and colourful piece of filmed puppet theatre, included in its complete form here. An important influence in the direction Švankmajer would take when making his own films – most notably a feature film Faust in 1994 - the puppet film displays now familiar characteristics of surrealism, dream sequences and inevitably a certain amount of horror. Significantly also, there is a score by Zdeněk Liša which is important in driving the story in the absence of dialogue. There is a narrator, but primarily the film aims to evoke mood, and the puppetry and direction achieves this most effectively. The print, although non-anamorophic, is presented in full 2.78:1 widescreen and looks marvellous.


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Nick Carter in Prague
(1977, 4:59)

During the period when he was unable to make his own films, Švankmajer worked as special effects designer on this fantastical spy-caper film. Selected clips from the film show Švankmajer’s signature puppet and stop-motion animation techniques and imagery in a carnivorous man-eating plant.


The Cabinet of Jan Švankmajer
(1984, 53:35)

Commissioned by Channel 4 in the UK, this is a surprisingly thorough look at an experimental filmmaker who would have been virtually unknown back in 1984. Film critics, art historians and artists examine Švankmajer’s techniques and themes, showing clips from his short films. There is no contribution from Švankmajer himself or any interviews, but he is quoted throughout by a narrator. The Quay Brothers contribute animated inserts (already included in the BFI’s The Quay Brothers: The Short Films 1979 - 2003 set), illustrating the subject in their own inimitable way. The Quays are interviewed for a new filmed introduction (3:17) to the documentary, describing how they discovered Jan Švankmajer’s work and became involved in the production of the documentary.


Les Chimères des Švankmajer
(2001, 58:17)

This superb French documentary gives an excellent overview of Jan Švankmajer and his wife Eva and a great insight into their personality and working methods, watching them at work on the making of the feature film Little Otik (2000) and putting together surrealist art pieces for a tour of their exhibition Anima Animus Animation. Both are interviewed throughout (as is briefly animator Bedřich Glaser), the soft-spoken Jan Švankmajer talking about his obsessions and the childhood traumas that feed his work.


Czech TV interview
(2001, 8:57)
Cortesía de tahita

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Part of a TV series on the history of Czech art and painting, this excerpt looks at Fantastical Art and in particular at Švankmajer’s fine art more so than his animation, though they can’t be easily separated. As well as briefly interviewing Jan Švankmajer, the programme also looks at and analyses the work of his wife Eva.


Sinopsis
Extracto de 9 minutos de una serie de 13 capítulos que la TV checa dedicó al arte visual Checo.
Incluye una entrevista a Jan Svankmajer sobre su obra y dedica algunas secuencias a las pinturas de Eva Svankmajerova.

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Lunacy Trailer
(2005, 3:04)

The trailer for Jan Švankmajer’s latest film – just now receiving its UK theatrical release – is a dazzling riot of imagination, madness and disembodied tongues.


Review e info obtenida de: http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid=65137 por Noel Megahey

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Mensajepor pickpocket » Vie 26 Oct, 2007 16:39

Genial, Kim, muchas gracias por traerlo a DXC :wink:

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Mensajepor udok » Sab 27 Oct, 2007 16:54

Vamos completando la filmo del genio de Praga Mil gracias Kim.
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Mensajepor goreking » Mié 31 Oct, 2007 22:14

Increiblemente bueno. Fui a Praga hace unos meses con la intención, ademas de ver la ciudad claro está, de comprarme algun producto bueno de animacion, con la mente puesta en Svankmajer o Jiri Barta. Desgraciadamente al segundo nadie lo conocia, y sobre el bueno de Jan "solo" habia esta recopilacion pero importada de Londres, por lo que costaba un ojo de la cara. Al final me compre Fimfarum 1 y 2 :D
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Agustin en Cine-Clasico.com escribió:Añadidos dos más (uno en reeemplazo de una versión anterior que quité):

Otrantský zámek
The Castle of Otrano (1979, 17:13)

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Zánik domu Usheru
The Fall of the House of Usher (1980, 15:02)

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:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1980) - The Fall of the House of Usher.avi [272.78 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha:
Subtítulos en español de un servidor para "Zánik domu Usheru" ("La caída de la casa Usher").
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0082357/

Agrego dos más:

Hra s kameny
A Game With Stones (1965, 8:36)

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File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1965) - A Game with Stones.avi
File Size (in bytes): 163,478,718

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 8:36.240
Frame Count: 12906
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2334
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.294"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1965) - A Game with Stones.avi [155.91 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1965) - A Game with Stones.srt [332 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0059746/


Moznosti dialogu
Dimensions of Dialogue (1982, 11:18)

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1982) - Dimensions of Dialogue.avi
File Size (in bytes): 215,321,314

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 11:18.480
Frame Count: 16962
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2340
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.295"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1982) - Dimensions of Dialogue.avi [205.35 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1982) - Dimensions of Dialogue.srt [667 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0084362/


AgustinG escribió:Bueno, acá van dos más del primer DVD.

Rakvickarna
Punch & Judy (1966, 9:54)

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Punch and Judy.avi
File Size (in bytes): 187,230,336

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 9:54.800
Frame Count: 14870
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2319
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.292"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Punch and Judy.avi [178.56 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Punch and Judy.srt [548 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0060883/


Et Cetera
Et Cetera (1966, 6:58)

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Et Cetera.avi
File Size (in bytes): 132,457,698

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 6:58.360
Frame Count: 10459
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2334
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.294"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Et Cetera.avi [126.32 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1966) - Et Cetera.srt [801 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0060383/


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Mensajepor Nalekh » Jue 03 Abr, 2008 12:29

Otro que pongo como Post-it y...
Actualicemos:

AgustinG en Cine-Clasico escribió:Historia Naturae, Suita
(1967, 8:38), sin diálogos

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File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1967) - Historia Naturae, Suita.avi
File Size (in bytes): 163,475,360

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 8:38.160
Frame Count: 12954
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2325
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.293"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1967) - Historia Naturae, Suita.avi [155.90 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1967) - Historia Naturae, Suita.srt [400 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0061766/


Do pivnice
Down to the Cellar (1983, 14:44), sin diálogos

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - Down to the Cellar.avi
File Size (in bytes): 250,716,016

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 14:44.720
Frame Count: 22118
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2068
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.261"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - Down to the Cellar.avi [239.10 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - Down to the Cellar.srt [539 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0085448/

Zahrada
The Garden (1968, 16:08 ), diálogos en checo.

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Garden.avi
File Size (in bytes): 308,997,168

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 16:08.880
Frame Count: 24222
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2352
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.296"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Garden.avi [294.68 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Garden.srt [6.8 Kb] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0063833/
Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Garden ESP.srt [6.8 Kb] [Info]


Kyvadlo, jáma a nadeje
The Pit, the Pendulum and Hope (1983, 14:20), sin diálogos.

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - The Pendulum, the Pit and Hope.avi
File Size (in bytes): 264,440,058

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 14:20.080
Frame Count: 21502
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2261
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.285"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - The Pendulum, the Pit and Hope.avi [252.19 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1983) - The Pendulum, the Pit and Hope.srt [1.2 Kb] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0085816/

Muzné hry
Virile Games (1988, 14:01), sin diálogos.

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Virile Games.avi
File Size (in bytes): 267,393,102

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 14:01.480
Frame Count: 21037
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2343
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.295"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Virile Games.avi [255.01 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Virile Games.srt [552 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0095683/


PD: He puesto en el mensaje anterior los subs que tradujo el propio Kimkiduk para "La caida de la casa de Usher"

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Mensajepor pochutla » Sab 05 Abr, 2008 13:10

Gracias nalekh para informar. Me gustan los cortos de Svank :)

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Mensajepor kilgore » Sab 05 Abr, 2008 14:57

¡¡ IM PRE SIO NAN TE !!
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...como me gusta el RUIDO del olor a napalm en las mañanas...

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Mensajepor Nalekh » Vie 30 May, 2008 23:47

Traducción al español de The Garden:
Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Garden ESP.srt [6.8 Kb] [Info]

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Mensajepor Nalekh » Mar 03 Jun, 2008 23:33

AgustinG en Cine-Clasico escribió:Veamos... después de mucho tiempo. Un par más. Lamento mucho que hayan esperado tanto para esta segunda tanda.

Byt
The Flat (1968, 12:34), sin diálogos.

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Flat.avi
File Size (in bytes): 240,736,802

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 12:34.840
Frame Count: 18871
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2349
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.296"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:arrow: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Flat.avi [229.58 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - The Flat.srt [444 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0062770/


Picknick mit Weissmann
Picnic With Weissman (1968, 10:39), sin diálogos.

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - Picnic With Weissmann.avi
File Size (in bytes): 203,117,564

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 10:41.120
Frame Count: 16028
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2332
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.294"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


:arrow: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - Picnic With Weissmann.avi [193.71 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos :flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1968) - Picnic With Weissmann.srt [263 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0063427/


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Mensajepor Nalekh » Lun 21 Jul, 2008 22:19

AgustinG en Cine-Clasico escribió:Bueno, rapidito les dejo dos cosas más del segundo disco. Después actualizo con las capturas y datos del ripeo.

Another Kind of Love
(1988, 3:36), VOSI.
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0169562/

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Another Kind of Love.avi
File Size (in bytes): 92,544,596

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type(e.g. "DIV3"): XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 3:36.560
Frame Count: 5414
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 3216
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.405"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec (e.g. "AC3"): 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Another Kind of Love.avi [88.26 Mb] [Info]
Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Another Kind of Love.srt [3.1 Kb] [Info]

Meat Love
(1988, 1:07), sin diálogos.
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0170232/

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--- File Information ---
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Meat Love.avi
File Size (in bytes): 39,205,032

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type(e.g. "DIV3"): XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 1:07.520
Frame Count: 1688
Frame Width (pixels): 640
Frame Height (pixels): 496
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 4442
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.560"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec (e.g. "AC3"): 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): CBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Meat Love.avi [37.39 Mb] [Info]
Jan Svankmajer (1988) - Meat Love.srt [47 Bytes] [Info]

PD: Me parece que se me pasó la mano con en bitrate. Pero bueno, no es un gran problema supongo.


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Re: Recopilación - [Anim] Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor fozi » Dom 12 Oct, 2008 22:45

Muchas gracias por estos cortos , por los fotogramas se ven la mar de interesentes 8)

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Re: Recopilación - Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor pickpocket » Jue 04 Feb, 2010 18:04

Añado el material que faltaba. Como todos los links de este post, provienen de este hilo publicado en Cine-Clásico.com.


Tma/Svetlo/Tma
Darkness, Light, Darkness (1989, 7:13), sin diálogos.

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- File Information -
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1989) - Darkness, Light, Darkness.avi
File Size (in bytes): 131,771,228

- Video Information -
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 7:13.160
Frame Count: 10829
Frame Width (pix): 640
Frame Height (pix): 496
FPS: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2231
Quality Factor (bits/pix):/frame: 0.281"

- Audio Information -
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate (kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type: CBR
Audio Channel Count: 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1989) - Darkness, Light, Darkness.avi [125.67 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos Imagen Jan Svankmajer (1989) - Darkness, Light, Darkness.srt [509 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0098481/


Flora
(1989, 0:31), sin diálogos.

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- File Information -
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1989) - Flora.avi
File Size (in bytes): 10,696,820

- Video Information -
Video Codec Type(e.g. "DIV3"): XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 0:31.760
Frame Count: 794
Frame Width (pix): 640
Frame Height (pix): 496
FPS: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2491
Quality Factor (bits/pix):/frame: 0.314"

- Audio Information -
Audio Codec (e.g. "AC3"): 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate (kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type: CBR
Audio Channel Count: 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1989) - Flora.avi [10.20 Mb] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0169912/


Konec stalinismu v Cechách
The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia (1990, 9:23), sin diálogos.

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- File Information -
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1990) - The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia.avi
File Size (in bytes): 180,006,862

- Video Information -
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 9:24.440
Frame Count: 14111
Frame Width (pix): 640
Frame Height (pix): 522
FPS: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2349
Quality Factor (bits/pix):/frame: 0.281"

- Audio Information -
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate (kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type: CBR
Audio Channel Count: 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1990) - The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia.avi [171.67 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos Imagen Jan Svankmajer (1990) - The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia.srt [684 Bytes] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0099386/


Jídlo
Food (1992, 16:22), sin diálogos.

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- File Information -
File Name: Jan Svankmajer (1992) - Food.avi
File Size (in bytes): 357,946,590

- Video Information -
Video Codec Type(e.g. "DIV3"): XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 16:22.040
Frame Count: 24551
Frame Width (pix): 640
Frame Height (pix): 496
FPS: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 2714
Quality Factor (bits/pix):/frame: 0.342"

- Audio Information -
Audio Codec (e.g. "AC3"): 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate (kbps): 192
Audio Bitrate Type: CBR
Audio Channel Count: 2


:flecha: Jan Svankmajer (1992) - Food.avi [341.36 Mb] [Info]
Imdb: http://imdb.com/title/tt0104285/


Disc Three: Extras
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Disc Three’s extra features complement the set with additional material by Švankmajer outside his main body of short film work, as well as several documentaries and interviews that examine the variety of his other art and film projects.



Johanes Doktor Faust
(Emil Radok, 1956) (17:22) VOSE
Cortesía de tahita, enlace al hilo del corto: http://www.cine-clasico.com/foros/viewtopic.php?t=16836
Subtítulos en español por tah y Joao para 24fps.

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Švankmajer’s first piece of credited film work was as a puppeteer on Emil Radok’s magnificent and colourful piece of filmed puppet theatre, included in its complete form here. An important influence in the direction Švankmajer would take when making his own films – most notably a feature film Faust in 1994 - the puppet film displays now familiar characteristics of surrealism, dream sequences and inevitably a certain amount of horror. Significantly also, there is a score by Zdenek Liša which is important in driving the story in the absence of dialogue. There is a narrator, but primarily the film aims to evoke mood, and the puppetry and direction achieves this most effectively. The print, although non-anamorophic, is presented in full 2.78:1 widescreen and looks marvellous.


Tipo/Completo Avi / Sí

[Vídeo]
Códec / Info XVID -> XviD
Resolución 608 x 208 -> 2.92:1
BitRate Vídeo 881 Kbps -> [6,45 MBpm]
C.Pixel/C.Códec/Color 0,285 bpp / 100% / 12 bits
Fps/Sistema 25 fps / PAL

[Audio]
Códec / Info 0x0055 -> MP3 [MPEG-1 Layer III]
BitRate Audio 128 Kbps -> [0,94 MBpm]
Modo/Frecuencia/Bits Stereo / 44100Hz / 16bits


:flecha: Johanes Doktor Faust (1958) [veinticuatrofps].avi [128.33 Mb] [Info]
Subtítulos Imagen Johanes Doktor Faust (1958) [veinticuatrofps] [esp].srt [5.1 Kb] [Info]
Subtítulos Imagen Johanes Doktor Faust (1958) [veinticuatrofps] [ing].srt [4.8 Kb] [Info][/center][/quote]

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Re: Recopilación - Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor pickpocket » Jue 04 Feb, 2010 18:11

MrPennyworth escribió:Bueno, ahí os dejo subtítulos en castellano para todos aquellos cortos que solo contaban, hasta ahora, con subtítulos en inglés. La mayoría no contienen más que dos o tres palabras, correspondientes a algún intertítulo o similar, pero algunos, como los de "The death of stalinism in Bohemia", sí que tienen algo más de texto. Por si a alguien le interesan, insisto, ahí os dejo los enlaces:

Food (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [229 Bytes] [Info]

Historia Naturae (Suita) (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [396 Bytes] [Info]

Muzné hry (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [517 Bytes] [Info]

Moznosti dialogu (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [675 Bytes] [Info]

Et cetera (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [732 Bytes] [Info]

The death of stalinism in Bohemia (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [781 Bytes] [Info]

Poslední trik pana Schwarcewalldea a pana Edgara (Jan Svankmajer) sub castellano.srt [1.0 Kb] [Info]

Un saludo.


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Re: Recopilación - Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor goreking » Jue 07 May, 2015 02:23

Sólo quería revitalizar el hilo casi después de 5 años ya.. acabo de ver la de The man from Earth y me ha entrado nostalgia de mi vieja página divxclasico.. :oops:
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Re: Recopilación - Jan Svankmajer (1964-1992) DVDRip

Mensajepor Jacob » Jue 07 May, 2015 07:05

:sonrisa:


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