One+One: Filmmakers Journal

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    Out of the Archives: Re-Interpreting the Violence in A Clockwork Orange

    Speaking of Representations of Sexuality and the problem of “Objectification”. 

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2014/02/16/out-of-the-archives-re-interpreting-the-violence-in-a-clockwork-orange-by-greg-scorzo/

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    Feminism + Porn +You =

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2014/01/27/after-pornified-feminist-porn-anne-g-sabo-ph-d/

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    OUT OF THE ARCHIVES: AFTER PORNIFIED: FEMINIST PORN ANNE G. SABO, PH.D.

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    ONE PLUS ONE NEWSLETTER: January 24th

    For when the kids are asleep..

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2014/01/21/one-plus-one-newsletter-january-21st-2014/

  4. Photo Taste is not a matter of taste.  Or is it? 



 

http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/11/04/issue-12-volume-1-november-2013/
  5. Photo Check out Bradley Tuck’s article on how Disney’s Mary Poppins is politically reactionary.

http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/12/04/from-out-of-the-archives-bradley-tucks-just-a-spoon-full-of-sugar-dialectics-of-work-and-play-in-walt-disneys-mary-poppins/
To read the entire issue:http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/FMJ_Issue61.pdf

    Check out Bradley Tuck’s article on how Disney’s Mary Poppins is politically reactionary.

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/12/04/from-out-of-the-archives-bradley-tucks-just-a-spoon-full-of-sugar-dialectics-of-work-and-play-in-walt-disneys-mary-poppins/

    To read the entire issue:http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/FMJ_Issue61.pdf

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    Come Join us this Saturday, November 16th (12pm sharp) at the London Underground Film Festival for a discussion of the 1971 Rosa Von Praunheim Film, “It is not the Homosexual that is Perverse but the Society in which he Lives.”https://www.facebook.com/events/254929511327630/259018967585351/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

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    One Plus One Trash Issue

    Come look at our new issue before it looks at you!

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/11/04/issue-12-volume-1-november-2013/

  8. Photo TRASH and ETHICS HATH ARRIVED! Check out our new issue. We promise you will respect yourself in the morning. We can’t guarantee anything about the afternoon.http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/11/04/issue-12-volume-1-november-2013/

    TRASH and ETHICS HATH ARRIVED! Check out our new issue. We promise you will respect yourself in the morning. We can’t guarantee anything about the afternoon.http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/11/04/issue-12-volume-1-november-2013/

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    London Underground Film Festival Film and Panel Discussion

    Come Join us at the London Underground Festival for the viewing and panel discussion of Rosa Von Praunheim’s 1971 Cult Classic: It is not the Homosexual Who is Perverse, It is the Society in Which He Lives. On the Panel will be James Marcus Tucker, Fiona Anderson, Bradley Tuck, Lizzie Soden, and Greg Scorzo.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/254929511327630/259018967585351/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

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    Fun, Frolics, and Reflections on Abjection and Ethics for the Whole Family!

    http://oneplusonejournal.co.uk/2013/11/04/issue-12-volume-1-november-2013/  Don’t be afraid to reach for your dreams! Get up at 7am! Settle down! Move to the Suburbs! Have it all! Download a copy now!

PortraitOne+One Filmmakers Journal is named after the 1968 film One Plus One by Jean Luc Godard. The film is in part a document of the Rolling Stones in a studio, recording the song Sympathy for the Devil and part staged scenes of political revolutions over which we hear extracts from various revolutionary texts. A reoccurring image is of slogans being painted on to walls and cars but each time the shot cuts before the slogan is completed. This is a film made in a time of upheaval and revolution, it captures the sense of a revolution in progress, a revolution that has not yet concluded.


When the studio released the film they made two changes which significantly altered the meaning of the film - the first was that they changed the title to Sympathy for the Devil and the second was to include the full version of the song at the end of the film, both done in order to make the film more commercial and both were made against Godard's wishes. To have the completed song at the end of the film contradicts the theme of revolutions in progress that is the movie's focus. Godard was so angry about this that he punched the film's producer at the UK premiere.

We are on the side of Godard, we are on the side of all filmmakers that have a vision that cannot and should not be compromised for commercial or any other reasons. One+One seeks to be the fist in the face of those that force a compromise of the artist's voice.

One+One is never the final word, it is a part of a process for all who write for and all who read it, a centre for thought and discussion, we will fight to break open the process of film making and give attention to the art of film rather than the industry. In fact industry is no longer needed, film no longer has to be a part of industry, film makers now more than ever before in the history of the medium can make films as art in the purest sense without giving an ounce of energy to industry or commercialism. No longer should film be seen as product.

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