viernes, 28 de junio de 2013

La nieve hace tangible el silencio


De José Emilio Pacheco acá dejo Noche y Nieve.

Me asomé a la ventana y en lugar de jardín hallé la noche
enteramente constelada de nieve

La nieve hace tangible el silencio y es el desplome de la
luz y se apaga

La nieve no quiere decir nada: Es sólo una pregunta que
deja caer millones de signos de interrogación sobre el mundo

Academy Invites 276 to Membership

The 2013 invitees are:

Actors
Jason Bateman – "Up in the Air," "Juno"
Miriam Colon – "City of Hope," "Scarface"
Rosario Dawson – "Rent," "Frank Miller's Sin City"
Kimberly Elise – "For Colored Girls," "Beloved"
Joseph Gordon-Levitt – "Lincoln," "The Dark Knight Rises"
Charles Grodin – "Midnight Run," "The Heartbreak Kid"
Rebecca Hall – "Iron Man 3," "The Town"
Lance Henriksen – "Aliens," "The Terminator"
Jack Huston – "Not Fade Away," "Factory Girl"
Milla Jovovich – "Resident Evil," "Chaplin"
Lucy Liu – "Kill Bill: Vol. 1," "Chicago"
Jennifer Lopez – "What to Expect When You're Expecting," "Selena"
Alma Martinez – "Born in East L.A.," "Under Fire"
Emily Mortimer – "Hugo," "Lars and the Real Girl"
Sandra Oh – "Rabbit Hole," "Sideways"
Paula Patton – "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"
Michael Peña – "End of Watch," "Crash"
Emmanuelle Riva – "Amour," "Hiroshima, Mon Amour"
Jason Schwartzman – "Moonrise Kingdom," "Rushmore"
Geno Silva – "Mulholland Drive," "Amistad"
Danny Trejo – "Machete," "Heat"
Chris Tucker – "Silver Linings Playbook," "Rush Hour"

Cinematographers
Luca Bigazzi – "This Must Be the Place," "Certified Copy"
Benoît Delhomme – "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas," "The Proposition"
Simon Duggan – "The Great Gatsby," "Killer Elite"
Greig Fraser – "Zero Dark Thirty," "Snow White and the Huntsman"
Jonathan Freeman – "Remember Me," "Fifty Dead Men Walking"
Greg Gardiner – "Race to Witch Mountain," "Elf"
Eric Gautier – "Into the Wild," "The Motorcycle Diaries"
Agnès Godard – "Sister," "Beau Travail"
Eduard Grau – "Buried," "A Single Man"
Jess Hall – "The Spectacular Now," "Brideshead Revisited"
Fred Kelemen – "The Turin Horse," "The Man from London"
Mark Lee Ping Bing – "Norwegian Wood," "In the Mood for Love"
Reed Morano – "Little Birds," "Frozen River"
Oleg Mutu – "Beyond the Hills," "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days"
Alex Nepomniaschy – "Narc," "Safe"
Christian Sebaldt – "Resident Evil: Apocalypse," "Race to Space"
Ben Seresin – "World War Z," "Unstoppable"
Adam Stone – "Mud," "Take Shelter"
Checco Varese – "Girl in Progress," "The Aura"
Ken Zunder – "Bending the Rules," "That's What I Am"

Directors
Nikolaj Arcel – "A Royal Affair," "Truth about Men"
Ava DuVernay* – "Middle of Nowhere," "I Will Follow"
Paul Feig – "The Heat," "Bridesmaids"
Catherine Hardwicke – "Twilight," "Thirteen"
Kirk Jones – "What to Expect When You're Expecting," "Waking Ned Devine"
Ken Kwapis – "Big Miracle," "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants"
Pablo Larraín – "No," "Tony Manero"
Steve McQueen – "Shame," "Hunger"
Kim Nguyen – "War Witch (Rebelle)," "City of Shadows"
Jafar Panahi* – "This Is Not a Film," "The Circle"
Todd Phillips – "The Hangover," "Old School"
Joachim Rønning – "Kon-Tiki," "Max Manus"
Espen Sandberg – "Kon-Tiki," "Max Manus"
Tim Story – "Think Like a Man," "Fantastic Four"
Benh Zeitlin – "Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Glory at Sea"

Documentary
Orlando Bagwell – "Citizen King," "Malcolm X: Make It Plain"
Rebecca Cammisa – "God Is the Bigger Elvis," "Which Way Home"
Yung Chang – "China Heavyweight," "Up the Yangtze"
Michael Chin – "Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple," "In the Shadow of the Stars"
Christine Choy – "In the Name of the Emperor," "Who Killed Vincent Chin?"
Bonni Cohen – "The Island President," "Wonders Are Many: The Making of Doctor Atomic"
Eduardo Coutinho – "As Canções," "Cabra Marcado Para Morrer (Twenty Years Later)"
Miriam Cutler – "Kings Point," "Ethel"
Andrea Nix Fine – "Inocente," "War/Dance"
Sean Fine – "Inocente," "War/Dance"
Robert Frank – "Cocksucker Blues," "Pull My Daisy"
William Greaves – "Ralph Bunche: An American Odyssey," "Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One"
Lauren Greenfield – "The Queen of Versailles," "Thin"
Patricio Guzmán – "Nostalgia for the Light," "The Battle of Chile"
Vivien Hillgrove – "Symphony of the Soil," "In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee"
Heddy Honigmann – "El Olvido (Oblivion)," "Crazy"
Vikram Jayanti – "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector," "Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine"
Peter Kinoy – "Poverty Outlaw," "When the Mountains Tremble"
Claude Lanzmann – "Le Rapport Karski (The Karski Report)," "Shoah"
Kim Longinotto – "Rough Aunties," "Sisters in Law"
Stanley Nelson – "Freedom Riders," "Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple"
Jehane Noujaim – "Control Room," "Startup.com"
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy – "Transgenders: Pakistan's Open Secret," "Saving Face"
Marcel Ophuls – "Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie," "The Sorrow and the Pity"
José Padilha – "Secrets of the Tribe," "Bus 174 (Ônibus 174)"
Jafar Panahi* – "This Is Not a Film," "The Circle"
Elise Pearlstein – "Last Call at the Oasis," "Food, Inc."
Raoul Peck – "Fatal Assistance (Assistance Mortelle)," "Lumumba: La Mort du Prophète"
Kevin Rafferty – "Harvard Beats Yale 29-29," "The Atomic Cafe"
J. Ralph* – "Chasing Ice," "Man on Wire"
Bob Richman – "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory," "Waiting for 'Superman'"
T. Woody Richman – "How to Survive a Plague," "Fahrenheit 9/11"
Veronica Selver – "Berkeley in the Sixties," "You Got to Move: Stories of Change in the South"
Jon Shenk – "The Island President," "Lost Boys of Sudan"
Ricki Stern – "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," "The Devil Came on Horseback"
Robert Stone – "Earth Days," "Radio Bikini"
Annie Sundberg – "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," "The Devil Came on Horseback"
Renee Tajima-Pena – "Who Killed Vincent Chin?," "My America (Or Honk If You Love Buddha)"
Agnès Varda – "The Beaches of Agnès," "The Gleaners and I"
Roger Ross Williams – "God Loves Uganda," "Music by Prudence"
Pamela Yates – "Granito: How to Nail a Dictator," "The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court"
Amy Ziering – "The Invisible War," "Derrida"

Music
Ramiro Belgardt – "Star Trek Into Darkness," "Lincoln"
Ramin Djawadi – "Safe House," "Iron Man"
Jennifer Dunnington – "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," "Hugo"
Siedah Garrett – "Rio," "Dreamgirls"
Joe Hisaishi – "Ponyo," "Spirited Away"
Henry Jackman – "This Is the End," "Wreck-It Ralph"
Cliff Martinez – "Drive," "Traffic"
Prince – "Purple Rain," "Happy Feet"
J. Ralph* – "Chasing Ice," "Man on Wire"
Aaron Lael Zigman – "Peeples," "Sex and the City"


Writers
Jessica Bendinger – "Aquamarine," "Bring It On"
Reggie Rock Bythewood – "Notorious," "Get on the Bus"
Tina Gordon Chism – "Peeples," "Drumline"
Julie Delpy – "Before Midnight," "2 Days in Paris"
Lena Dunham – "Nobody Walks," "Tiny Furniture"
Ava DuVernay* – "Middle of Nowhere," "I Will Follow"
John Gatins – "Flight," "Coach Carter"
John Hamburg – "I Love You, Man," "Meet the Parents"
John Lee Hancock – "Snow White and the Huntsman," "The Blind Side"
Rian Johnson – "Looper," "Brick"
Jeff Nichols – "Mud," "Take Shelter"
Sarah Polley – "Take This Waltz," "Away from Her"
Chris Terrio – "Argo," "Heights"

jueves, 27 de junio de 2013

Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx and 'White House Down's' Superhero-Free Summer Gamble

Selección Oficial de películas mexicanas en competencia del GIFF



SELECCIÓN OFICIAL ÓPERA PRIMA MEXICANA
Más amaneceres de Jorge Y. Leyva Robles (México, 2012/ 79′)
Somos Mari Pepa de Samuel Isamu Kishi Leopo (México, 2013/ 100′)
Potosí de Alfredo Castruita (México, 2013/120′)
No hay nadie allá afuera de Haroldo Fajardo (México, 2012/ 62’30″)
Inercia de Isabel Muñoz Cota Callejas (México, 2013/ 70′)
Dios nunca muere de Santiago Esteban Mohar Volkow (México, España, 2012/ 90′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL CORTOMETRAJE FICCION
Kwaku Ananse de Akosua Adoma Owusu (Ghana,México,E U A, 2013/25′)
Apariencia / Likeness de Rodrigo Prieto (EUA, 2013 /8′)
Dentro de Emiliano Rocha Minter (México, 2013/ 13′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL DOCUMENTAL
Narcocultura de Shaul Schwarz (EUA, México, 2012 /102′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL CORTOMETRAJE ANIMACIÓN
La Casa Triste de Sofía Carrillo (México, 2013/ 13′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL CORTOMETRAJE EXPERIMENTAL
De Profundis de Solange Alonso Caballero (México, 2013/ 10′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL MÉXICO
Miradas Múltiples de Emilio Maillé (México, 2012/ 94′)
Un altar de muertos, una estela de luz de Alberto Delgado de Ita (México, 2012/ 15′)
Rosario de Shula Erenberg (México, 2013/ 95′)
Tres Miniaturas de Eugenio de Carlos Hagerman (México, 2012/ 15′)
Quebranto de Roberto Fiesco (México, 2013/ 95′)
La ahorcadita de Pierre Saint-Martin y Carlos Torres (México, 2013/ 22′)
Mi Amiga Bety de Diana Garay (México, 2012/ 87′)
El Árbol de Gastón Andrade (México, 2012/ 12′)
TÚMIN Economía solidaria de Melissa Elizondo Moreno (México, 2013/ 11′)
La piedra ausente de Sandra Rozental y Jesse Lerner (México, 2012/ 80′)
Blackout de Manuel Camacho Bustillo (México, 2013/ 14′)
Niebla de Bruno Sarabia (España, México, 2012 /11´)
Me pesas en la cabeza de Pancho Ortega (México, 2013/ 7′)
Mexica No de Jorge O. Patiño De la Teja (México, 2013/ 4′)
Paradisio de Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson (México, 2013/ 22′)
El fin de la existencia de las cosas de Dalia Huerta Cano (México, 2013/ 6′)
Electrodoméstico de Erik de Luna (México, 2013/ 13′)
Contrafabula de una niña disecada de Alejandro Iglesias (México, 2012/ 25′ )
Llamada Nocturna de Mauricio Calderón (México, 2013/ 19′)
Un día en familia de Pedro González (México, 2013/ 7′)
Jerusalén de Alicia Segovia Juárez (México, 2013/ 15′)
Los Viajes de Arturo Montero (México, 2012/ 4′)
Pleamar de Gabriela García (México, 2013/ 14′)
¿Qué es la guerra? de Luis Beltrán (México, 2013/10′)
El refugio de Adolfo Davila (México, 2013/ 30′)
Un mundo para Raúl de Mauro Mueller (México,Suiza, E U A, 2012/15′)
Respira de Josué Vázquez Peralta, Eduardo Benjamín Gutiérrez Múgica (México, 2012/ 7′)
La banqueta de Anaïs Pareto Onghena (México, 2013/ 21′)
Porcelana de Betzabé García (México, 2013/ 12′)
El Ruido del Mundo de Coke Rioboo (México, España, 2013/ 14′)
Ratitas de David Figueroa García (México, E U A, 2012/ 16′)
Lluvia en los ojos de Rita Basulto (México, 2013/ 7′)
Corre Sin Mirar Atrás de Luis Mariano Garcia (México, 2013/ 11′)

SELECCIÓN OFICIAL GUANAJUATO
Sábado de Gloria de Francisco Javier Padilla (México, 2013/ 30′)
Mirar atrás de Mafer Galindo (México, 2013/ 10′)
Cucaramácara de Luis Daniel Gutiérrez Nájera (México, 2012/ 2′)
Esteban Grabinski de Victor Rodrigo Pérez Hernández (México, 2013/ 14´)
Los Cuatro, El Jazz. de Diego Enríquez Macías (México, 2012/ 17′)
El Doctor de Heather de Michele (EUA, México, 2013/ 12′)
Catalina de Carlos Gerardo García (México, Cuba, 2012/ 4′)
Muffinhead in heaven de Iselmer Martínez (México 2013/ 15′)
El cielo en el lago de Ruy Portillo (México, 2013/18′)
Immortalité de Christian Vilches-Lizardi (México, Canada, 2013/ 9′)
La Calaca de Nils MacQuarrie (México, 2013/ 15′)
Guanajuato de Fernando Dominguez (Argentina, México/2012/ 3′)
Bettina de Jazmín Elizabeth Martinez Gonzalez (México,2013/ 13′)
Chula de Hiram G. Rodriguez (México,2013/14′)
Zero Hour de Dan Carrillo Levy (México, 2013/8′)
Mujer Tierra de Bárbara García Guzmán (México, 2013/ 22′)

miércoles, 26 de junio de 2013

lunes, 24 de junio de 2013

Filmes en proceso




LatAm presenta cinco producciones latinas en progreso, "El 5 de Talleres”, “Saudade”,  “Historia del miedo”,  “Depois da chuva” y “Climas”

domingo, 23 de junio de 2013

Brad Pitt: 20 Roles Ranked in Order of Most Ideal Romantic Partners -Tribeca-


20. Kalifornia: Pros: loyal, protective husband, at least while things are going well. Cons: cold-blooded killer.
19. 12 Monkeys: There's really no debate here. Jeffrey Goines is an incredibly poor choice for romantic partner. He's a spoiled Daddy's boy turned drooling psycho turned bug-eyed eco-terrorist. And his hair was only passably cute while he was in the asylum.
18. Burn After Reading: Chad Feldheimer is very cute and, thanks to all the time he spends working at the gym, quite fit. But he's also dumber than air and that dumbness ends up leading him to some bad, bad places. That's drama you don't need.
17. Fight Club: Real talk time: I was originally going to rank this at #20, because honestly: Tyler is an aggro anarchist/murderer/terrorist/figment of the imagination, and he ends up really terrorizing Helena Bonham Carter. And yet ... he's really good in bed, you guys. All things being equal, that's a tiebreaker in Tyler's favor.

16. Inglourious Basterds: Lieutennant Aldo Raine follows through on his plans. That is a very good quality in a guy. He also has a very specific moral code that he sticks to. Also a good quality. But he's really into scalping Nazis, and you're probably looking at two weekends a month minimum where he's going to go on weekend Nazi-scalping trips with his buddies. Also: that awful accent.
15. Seven Years in Tibet: Well, he's incredibly attractive, and as a mountaineer, he's got an interesting job that lends itself to fun anecdotes at parties. But he is willing to spend upwards of seven years on one bros weekend in Tibet. Also: maybe a Nazi?
14. Interview with the Vampire: Louis holds on to his moral code long after his vampire nature called for him to turn to murder. He also is a great father figure to young Claudia. But he's never going to get over Lestat, no matter how intensely you long for him, Antonio Banderas.
13. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: So, okay, yes, the reverse-aging thing is a weird problem that probably deep-sixes any notions of long-term partnership. But if you're a serial monogamist looking to spend the sun-kissed mid-portion of your life with a stone-cold fox, Benjamin Button is your guy.

12. Meet Joe Black: Very handsome, looks great in a suit, incredibly kind. Honestly, at some point, there are enough good qualities to outweigh the fact that he's death incarnate.
11. The Tree of Life: The classic push-pull of 1950s Americana: Mr. O'Brien is a stand-up guy and a good provider for his family. But "emotionally distant" doesn't begin to describe it, and he's really harsh on his kids. Do YOU want a child who speaks in whispering, elliptical voiceovers?
10. The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford: A renowned criminal, sure, but also -- as evidenced by this film -- a soulful man and a loyal partner. The fact that he's so clearly doomed is a drawback, for sure.
9. The Mexican: Controversial choice since both the film and Pitt's character, Jerry Welbach, were kind of bumbling failures. But he means well, and he and Julia Roberts have a fun kind of chemistry.

8. Troy: Achilles is a physical specimen the likes of which are rarely rivaled even in Brad Pitt's formidable filmography. He's a warrior and a passionate lover and ... well, a son of the gods. Sure, fine, he has one glaring weak spot, but if you can convince him to start wearing shoes that cover his heels, you'll be set.
7. Thelma & Louise: I know what you're saying. "But Thelma, J.D. stole all your money and skipped out before the sun was up the next morning!" Point taken, Louise. But he said it would be different this time! And I, for one, am inclined to believe him.
6. Seven: David Mills is kind of distant, sure. The kind of husband whose wife isn't quite sure she should tell him that they're going to have a baby and instead tells Morgan Freeman. But a) who wouldn't confide in Morgan Freeman? And b) who wouldn't want a man who loved you enough to kill Kevin Spacey in cold blood if he ever finds your severed head in a box? THAT is love.
5. Mr. and Mrs. Smith: Another controversial choice, since John Smith spends more than half the movie trying to kill his beloved wife. But as the film shows, they are a perfect match for each other, and just so, so smoking hot.

4. Ocean's Eleven: Rusty is smart, funny, clever in a devious (but incredibly lucrative) way, and he's got an awesome group of friends. And he's probably looking to one-up Clooney and Julia in the whirlwind-romance department.
3. Moneyball: Pitt's Billy Beane is a good dad, a hard worker, and the kind of guy who's not afraid to admit when the old ways aren't working and try something new.
2. World War Z: A husband who will stand by you and your children through the zombie apocalypse is pretty much the definition of an ideal mate. It's a good bet that phrase has actually been included in some people's wedding vows.
1. Legends of the Fall: War hero. Family man. Sun-kissed golden boy of the American plains. Soulful (if troubled) world traveler. ...Okay, fine, a girlfriend-stealer, but look at that face.

sábado, 22 de junio de 2013

James Gandolfini (1961–2013)


This Week’s Movies


Music Inspired by Proust -NYT-



Kelli O’Hara sings the love song “If It Is True,” accompanied on piano by the composer Ricky Ian Gordon. Mr. Gordon’s music for "My Life With Albertine" was inspired by the work of Proust.

viernes, 21 de junio de 2013

James Gandolfini Acceptance Speech - Golden Globes



Gandolfini en el momento de recibir su Golden Globe en 2000.

jueves, 20 de junio de 2013

Había un fulgor, una especie de combustión


Una pizca de Amor perdurable de Ian McEwan.

Fui al sendero y pasé la mano por las hojas que tú habías tocado. Me llevé una impresión al descubrir lo diferentes que eran de las que no habías tocado. Había un fulgor, una especie de combustión en mis dedos al pasarlos por el borde de aquellas hojas húmedas.

What is neorealism?

What is neorealism? from kogonada on Vimeo.

Martin Scorsese about learning


I’m often asked by younger filmmakers, why do I need to look at old movies; I’ve made a number of pictures in the past twenty years. And the response I find that I have to give them is that I still consider myself a student. The more pictures I’ve made in the past twenty years the more I realize I really don’t know. And I’m always looking for something to, something or someone that I could learn from. I tell them, I tell the younger filmmakers and the young students that I do it like painters used to do, or painters do: study the old masters, enrich your palette, expand your canvas. There’s always so much more to learn.

miércoles, 5 de junio de 2013

Diccionario de lugares comunes de Flaubert

 


Desde el Diccionario de lugares comunes de Flaubert, vienen estos tópicos de sustantivo adjetivo.

Almejas.- Siempre indigestas.
Almirante.- Siempre valiente.
Ambición.- Siempre precedida de loca, cuando no es noble.
Asesino.- Siempre cobarde, incluso cuando ha sido intrépido y audaz.
Calvicie.- Siempre precoz.
Candor.- Siempre adorable.
Cerrado.- Siempre precedido de herméticamente.
Crítico.- Siempre eminente.
Espíritu.- Siempre seguido de chispeante.
Felicitaciones.- Siempre sinceras, corteses, cordiales, etc.
Firme.- Siempre seguido de "como una roca".
Fuerza.- Siempre hercúlea.
Hipótesis.- Con frecuencia peligrosa, siempre arriesgada.
Imaginación.- Siempre viva.
Matorral.- Siempre sombrío e impenetrable.
Navegante.- Siempre intrépido.
Obrero.- Siempre honrado, cuando no provoca motines.
Principios.- Siempre indiscutibles.
Saludos.-. Siempre afectuosos.

lunes, 3 de junio de 2013

101 Best Written TV Series Of All Time’ From WGA/TV


La lista de los mejores guiones para series de TV, según la Asociación de Guionistas de Estados Unidos.


1. The Sopranos – HBO – Created by David Chase
2. Seinfeld – NBC – Created by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld
3. The Twilight Zone (1959) – CBS – Season One writers: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Robert Presnell, Jr., Rod Serling
4. All in the Family – CBS – Developed for Television by Norman Lear, Based on Till Death Do Us Part, Created by Johnny Speight
5. M*A*S*H – CBS – Developed for Television by Larry Gelbart
6. The Mary Tyler Moore Show – CBS – Created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns
7. Mad Men – AMC – Created by Matthew Weiner
8. Cheers – NBC – Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles and James Burrows
9. The Wire – HBO – Created by David Simon
10. The West Wing – NBC – Created by Aaron Sorkin
11. The Simpsons – FOX – Created by Matt Groening, Developed by James L. Brooks and Matt Groening and Sam Simon
12. I Love Lucy – CBS – “Pilot,” Written by Jess Oppenheimer & Madelyn Pugh & Bob Carroll, Jr.
13. Breaking Bad – AMC – Created by Vince Gilligan
14. The Dick Van Dyke Show – CBS – Created by Carl Reiner
15. Hill Street Blues – NBC – Created by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco
16. Arrested Development – FOX – Created by Mitchell Hurwitz
17. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart – COMEDY CENTRAL – Created by Madeleine Smithberg, Lizz Winstead; Season One – Head Writer: Chris Kreski; Writers: Jim Earl, Daniel J. Goor, Charles Grandy, J.R. Havlan, Tom Johnson, Kent Jones, Paul Mercurio, Guy Nicolucci, Steve Rosenfield, Jon Stewart
18. Six Feet Under – HBO – Created by Alan Ball
19. Taxi – ABC – Created by James L. Brooks and Stan Daniels and David Davis and Ed Weinberger
20. The Larry Sanders Show – HBO – Created by Garry Shandling & Dennis Klein
21. 30 Rock – NBC – Created by Tina Fey
22. Friday Night Lights – NBC – Developed for Television by Peter Berg, Inspired by the Book by H.G. Bissinger
23. Frasier – NBC – Created by David Angell & Peter Casey & David Lee, Based on the Character “Frasier Crane” Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles
24. Friends – NBC – Created by Marta Kauffman & David Crane
25. Saturday Night Live – NBC – Season One: Writing Supervised by Walter Kempley, Harry Shearer; Written by: Ann Beatts, Chevy Chase, Tom Davis, Al Franken, Rosie Michaels, Garrett Morris, Michael O’Donoghue, Herb Sargent, Tom Schiller, Alan Zweibel

26. The X-Files – FOX – Created by Chris Carter
27. Lost – ABC – Created by Jeffrey Lieber and J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof
28. ER – NBC – Created Michael Crichton
29. The Cosby Show – NBC – Created by Ed Weinberger & Michael Leeson and William Cosby, Jr., Ed. D.
30. Curb Your Enthusiasm – HBO – Created by Larry David
31. The Honeymooners – CBS – Season One writers: Herbert Finn, Marvin Marx, A.J. Russell, Leonard Stern, Walter Stone, Sydney Zelinka
32. Deadwood – HBO – Created by David Milch
33. Star Trek – NBC – Created by Gene Roddenberry
34. Modern Family – ABC – Created by Steven Levitan & Christopher Lloyd
35. Twin Peaks – ABC – “Pilot,” Written by Mark Frost & David Lynch
36. NYPD Blue – ABC – created by David Milch & Steven Bochco
37. The Carol Burnett Show – CBS – Season One: Written by Bill Angelos, Stan Burns, Don Hinkley, Buz Kohan, Mike Marmer, Gail Parent, Kenny Solms, Saul Turtletaub; Writing Supervised by Arnie Rosen
38. Battlestar Galactica (2005) – SYFY – Developed by Ronald D. Moore, Based on the Series Battlestar Galactica Created by Glen A. Larson
39.  Sex & the City – HBO – Created by Darren Star, Based on the Book by Candace Bushnell
40. Game of Thrones – HBO – Created by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss, Based on A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin
41. The Bob Newhart Show *TIE – CBS – Created by David Davis and Lorenzo Music
41. Your Show of Shows *TIE – NBC – Season One: Written by Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen, Max Liebman
43. Downton Abbey *TIE – PBS – Created by Julian Fellowes
43. Law & Order *TIE – NBC – Created by Dick Wolf
43. thirtysomething *TIE – ABC – Created by Marshall Herskovitz & Edward Zwick
46. Homicide: Life on the Street *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Attanasio, Based on the Book Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets by David Simon
46. St. Elsewhere *TIE – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey, Developed by Mark Tinker / John Masius
48. Homeland – SHOWTIME – Developed by Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa, Based on the Original Israeli Series Prisoners of War by Gideon Raff
49. Buffy the Vampire Slayer – WB – Created by Joss Whedon
50. The Colbert Report *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL – Season One writers: Stephen Colbert, Rich Dahm, Eric Drysdale, Peter Gwinn, Jay Katsir, Laura Krafft, Allison Silverman
50. The Good Wife *TIE – CBS – Created by Robert King & Michelle King
50. The Office (UK) *TIE – BBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant
53. Northern Exposure – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey
54. The Wonder Years – ABC – Created by Neal Marlens & Carol Black
55. L.A. Law – NBC – Created by Steven Bochco & Terry Louise Fisher
56. Sesame Street – PBS – Created by Joan Ganz Cooney
57. Columbo – NBC – Created by Richard Levinson & William Link
58. Fawlty Towers *TIE – BBC – Written by John Cleese & Connie Booth
58. The Rockford Files *TIE – NBC – Created by Roy Huggins and Stephen J. Cannell
60. Freaks and Geeks *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Feig
60. Moonlighting *TIE – ABC – Created by Glenn Gordon Caron
62. Roots – ABC – Written by William Blinn, M. Charles Cohen, Ernest Kinoy, James Lee; Based on the Book by Alex Haley
63. Everybody Loves Raymond *TIE – CBS – Created by Philip Rosenthal
63. South Park *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL  – Created by Matt Stone & Trey Parker
65. Playhouse 90 – CBS – Season One writers: Edna Anhalt, Edmund Beloin, Harold Jack Bloom, Marc Brandel, George Bruce, James P. Cavanagh, Whitfiled Cook, Helen Doss, Scott Fitzgerald, Devery Freeman, Frank D. Gilroy, Helen Howe, Speed Lamkin, Ernest Lehman, Herbert Little, Jr., Don Mankiewicz, Elick Moll, Paul Monash, Dean Reisner, Norman Retchin, Selma Robinson, William Sackheim, Rod Serling, Leonard Spigelgass, Leslie Stevens, Brandon Thomas, David Victor, Charles M. Warren, Hagar Wilde, Cornell Woolrich
66. Dexter *TIE – SHOWTIME – Developed for Television by James Manos, Jr., Based on the Novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay
66. The Office (US) *TIE – NBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant, Developed by Greg Daniels, Based on the BBC Series The Office
68. My So-Called Life – ABC – Created by Winnie Holzman
69. The Golden Girls – NBC – Created by Susan Harris
70. The Andy Griffith Show – CBS – Episode 1, “The New Housekeeper,” Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
71. 24 *TIE – FOX – Created by Joel Surnow & Robert Cochran
71. Roseanne *TIE – ABC – Created by Matt Williams, Based on a Character Created by Roseanne Barr
72. The Shield *TIE – FX – Created by Shawn Ryan
74. House *TIE – FOX – Created by David Shore
74. Murphy Brown *TIE – CBS – Created by Diane English
76. Barney Miller *TIE – ABC – Created by Danny Arnold & Theodore J. Flicker
77. I, Claudius *TIE – PBS – Written by Rupert Graves and Jack Pulman
78. The Odd Couple – ABC – Episode 1, “The Fight of the Felix,” Written by Peggy Elliott & Ed Scharlach
79. Alfred Hitchcock Presents *TIE – CBS – Season One writers – Gwen Bagni, Samuel Blas, Robert Blees, Ray Bradbury, Richard Carr, James Cavanagh, Eustace Cockrell, Francis Cockrell, Marian Cockrell, John Collier, Robert C. Dennis, Mel Dinelli, Stanley Ellin, Fred Freiberger, Irwin Gielgud, Gina Kaus, Terence Maples, Richard Pedicini, Louis Pollock, Joseph Ruscoll, A.J. Russell, Stirling Silliphant, Andrew Solt, Harold Swanton, Victor Wolfson, Cornell Woolrich
79. Monty Python’s Flying Circus *TIE – BBC – Conceived and Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Neil Innes, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
79. Star Trek: The Next Generation *TIE – SYN – Created by Gene Roddenberry
79. Upstairs, Downstairs *TIE – PBS – Created by Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins
83. Get Smart – NBC – “Pilot,” Written by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry
84. The Defenders *TIE – CBS – Created by Reginald Rose
84. Gunsmoke *TIE – CBS – Episode 1, “Matt Gets It,” Written by Charles Marquis Warren & John Meston
86. Justified *TIE – FX -  Developed for Television by Graham Yost, Based on the Short Story “Fire in the Hole” by Elmore Leonard
87. Sgt. Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show) *TIE
CBS
Created by Nat Hiken
88
Band of Brothers
HBO
Written by Erik Bork, E. Max Frye, Tom Hanks, Erik Jendresen, Bruce C. McKenna, John Orloff, Graham Yost; Based on the Book by Stephan E. Ambrose
89
Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In
NBC
Season One: Written by Chris Beard, Phil Hahn, John Hanrahan, Coslough Johnson, Paul Keyes, Marc London, Allan Manings, David Panich, Hugh Wedlock, Digby Wolfe
90
The Prisoner
CBS
Premiere Episode: Written by George Markstein and David Tomblin
91
Absolutely Fabulous (UK) *TIE
BBC
Episode 1, “Fashion,” Written by Jennifer Saunders, Based on an Original Idea by Jennifer Saunders & Dawn French
The Muppet Show *TIE
SYN
Season One: Written by Jack Burns, Jim Henson, Jerry Juhl, Marc London
93
Boardwalk Empire
HBO
Created by Terence Winter, Based on the Book Boardwalk Empire by Nelson Johnson
94
Will & Grace
NBC
Created by David Kohan & Max Mutchnick
95
Family Ties
NBC
Created by Gary David Goldberg
96
Lonesome Dove *TIE
CBS
Teleplay by Bill Wittliff, Based on the Novel Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry
Soap *TIE
ABC
Created by Susan Harris
98
The Fugitive *TIE
ABC
Episode 1, “Where the Action Is,” Written by Harry Kronman
Late Night with David Letterman *TIE
CBS
Season One: Writing Supervised by Merrill Markoe, Writers: Andy Breckman, Tom Gammill, David Letterman, Richard Morris, Gerard Mulligan, Max Pross, Karl Tiedemann, Steve Winer
Louie *TIE
FX
Season One: Written and Directed by Louis C.K.
101
Oz
HBO
Created by Tom Fontana
For additional information about the WGA’s 101 Best Written TV Series and a complete list of credited writers, please visit: http://www.wga.org/101tv.html or www.wgaeast.org/tv101.

domingo, 2 de junio de 2013

Juan José Saer acerca del fino arte de traducir


Unas líneas de lo que opinaba Juan José Saer acerca del arte de traducir.

"El objetivo de una traducción no es exhibir la erudición de su autor, ni su conocimiento del idioma de origen, que son por cierto condiciones necesarias pero no suficientes para emprender el trabajo, sino incorporar un texto viviente a la lengua de llegada"

Escena final de Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael



Por 1991 esta era una de las películas que más veía, Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, con y . Con esta cinta también conocí a Melissa Etheridge, que tiene un par de canciones en el soundtrack, una de ellas es In Roxy's Eyes (I Will Never Be The Same). Acá pongo la escena final.

Y acá la escena con la canción de Melissa Etheridge.