Derek Jarman( Director)
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Biography Derek Jarman
Date of Birth: 31/01/1942
Date of death: 19/02/1994
Some of the most talented offender established boundaries of traditional cinema and active gay ideologue dvizhzheniya, Derek Jarman was born in London on January 31, 1942. In the 60's, after graduating from art school, he worked as assistant to Ken Russell and designer of several scenes in the opera and ballet theaters. Some time later he was trying to shoot their own movies - with penny budget, mostly on video and 8-millimeter camera, but the incredibly resourceful and innovative course. His first major film Jarman, . "Sebastian" (1976), . led critics to talk about the emergence of a new director of the outstanding art-Hausa, . and his next picture - "Jubilee" (1977) and "Storm" (1979, . the same name by Shakespeare), . - Have clearly demonstrated the radical political views of their author and his intolerance of the established tradition of British social and cultural life,
. This distaste for hypocrisy and falsehood, the dominant society and culture, combined with Jarman with sincere love for the English style of life, nature and romanticism.
. In the early 80's Jarman actively cooperates with the most marginal characters of the British rock scene, . primarily with members of Throbbing Gristle, . Psychic TV and Coil, . resulting in emerging of his painting "In the Shadow of the Sun" and "Talk of Angels",
. His directorial style is formed completely, . and his subsequent films - "Caravaggio" (1986), . "In England last look" (1987) and "Garden" (1990) - with all the external differences demonstrate a brilliant balance between the elegiac traditionalism (manifested primarily in the subject search of "lost paradise" of old England) and a maximum fine marginality system (Decent Films Andy Warhol and Kenneth Anger),
. Even provocative to identify issues related to gay themes, Dzharmenu were solved on the screen with surprising grace and subtlety, as evidenced by his biographical film "Edward II" (1991).
. In the early 90's work Jarman entered the last phase of the tragic - he was a victim of the AIDS epidemic
. Despite the pain, . He continued working until the last days of life, . took off in 1993, just two paintings - a brilliant biography of the philosopher, Wittgenstein, and amazing in tragedy and the wisdom of the film "Blue", . - A kind of testament producer, . which is completely absent ..,
. visual series (the author's text read out against the backdrop of the shimmering light blue flat screen). One of the greatest directors of world cinema, died in London on February 19, 1994 from complications associated with HIV infection. A few months later came his most recent, largely biographical silent film "Glitterbag, brilliantly voiced by another Jarman, electronic avant-garde classic Brian Eno.