Sine ni Lav Diaz (Book)
A Long Take on the Filipino Auteur
The first book-length study of the Filipino auteur Lav Diaz, this edited volume offers a nuanced overview of the filmmaker, his corpus, career and traditions from various perspectives for film enthusiasts, researchers and general readers alike. 17 b/w illus.
Parichay Patra teaches cinema at the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur. His previous publications include Salaam Bollywood: Representations and Interpretations (2016, Routledge, co-edited with Vikrant Kishore and Amit Sarwal).
Michael Kho Lim is Lecturer of Media and Cultural Policy at Cardiff University. He is the author of Philippine Cinema and the Cultural Economy of Distribution (2019, Palgrave).
Clodualdo del Mundo Jr.
Parichay Patra and Michael Kho Lim
- Lav Diaz through Cinematic Histories
a) After Brocka: Situating Lav Diaz in Philippine Cinema
Clodualdo del Mundo, Jr.
b) Homeward Hill: Messianic Redemption in Diaz and Dostoevsky
c) Long Walk to Life: The Cinema of Lav Diaz
May Adadol Ingawanji
d) Freedom Is a Long Shot: A Chronicle of Lav Diaz’s Artistic Struggle
- From Death to the Gods: The Resurrection of the National?
a) Never, Always and Already Saved: Soteriology in Century of Birthing (2011); Florentina Hubaldo, CTE (2012); and Norte, the End of History (2013)
b) The Idyllic Chronotope and Spatial Justice in Lav Diaz’s Melancholia
- No Cinema, No Art Either
a) How Do You Solve a Problem like Lav Diaz?: Debating Norte, the End of History
b) Evolution of a Filipino Family and/as non-cinema
c) Jesus, Magdalene and the Filipino Judas: Lav Diaz and his ‘Artless’ Epics
d) Distributing the Cinema of Lav Diaz
Michael Kho Lim
- Interview with Lav Diaz
A Lav Affair with Cinema
Indictment and Empowerment of the Individual: The Modern Cinema of Lav Diaz