IMAGES OF A LOST CITY (Jon Jost, 2011)

“I think we are blind. Blind people who can see, but do not see.” ― José Saramago Prolific Jon Jost’s videographed Imagens de uma cidade perdida, from Portugal and South Korea, now that I’ve seen it, replaces Lars von Trier’s Melancholia as my choice for the best “film” of 2011. Jost has written about “the […]

FRAMEUP (Jon Jost, 1993)

I figure that any town that’s named Walla Walla deserves whatever it gets. — Ricky Lee Gruber, whose home town is Walla Walla, Washington I like blue. It’s my favorite color. Except for red. — Beth-Ann Bolet, whose logic escapes even her Writer-director Jon Jost’s Frameup is one of the Bonnie-and-Clydes, other outstanding examples of […]