Search results for "Theodore Bouloukos"

The Split Mirror Syndrome by Martin Murphy

The Split Mirror Syndrome (2008, 42MB, 6:22 min.)

“Murphy creates a polysemic experience in which visual and
temporal relationships progressively lapse, whereby the viewer is
challenged to willfully choose where to locate themself in relation
to the structure of the work.”

By Martin Murphy. Starring Theodore Bouloukos.

(more splendid acting work from Bouloukos, here)

Ride with Theo

Ride with Theo (2005, 27.7MB, 6 min.)

Directed in 2005 by Owen Plotkin of the now corporation
(Owen is also behind the excellent
this is a piece of viral advertising for an annual bike ride to raise
money for leukaemia research at Hammersmith hospital, London.
It features the splendid Theodore Bouloukos, whom regular dvblog
viewers will have seen & admired in Doron Golan�s recent piece.

Doron Golan – Forgot

Forgot (2008, 98.3MB, 12:06 min, silent theatrical act)

This is simply wonderful.
Doron’s work is strange – it doesn’t lend itself to blow by blow verbal description:
er..‘Some actors perform in a silent movie based on Waiting for Godot
Then you actually look at it (or if you haven’t you should, you really should).
The grammar of his editing is completely unique & mysterious (a feature of all his longer pieces).
‘Why did he do that?’‘Dunno – but it made my spine tingle’
Work like this often slips under the radar because it has no easy marketing line,
it can’t be glibly summed up, reduced to an easily digestible one-liner.
Work like this is food you have to chew a little…but what flavour & what nourishment!

Also, the acting ( and the director/actor collaboration) is outstanding.
Smart, funny, puzzling, touching by turns…and generous also…

With Theodore Bouloukos, Joanne Douglas, Brian Gibson and Stephanie Noritz

‘The Perfect Human’ – the 6th Obstruction

The Perfect Human
The Perfect Human (2007, 104MB, 12:58 min.)

A remake of Jørgen Leth 1967 classic, and hence both
addendum and homage to Five Obstructions,
With Theodore Bouloukos and Joanne Douglas.
by Doron Golan.