Cocteau


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French writer and film maker who worked in many artistic media (1889-1963)

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Accordingly, with hybrid artistry as prime mover and reciprocity as connecting agent, the argument we propose aspires to demonstrate the mutual influence Cocteau and Williams exerted upon each other's works while at the same time highlighting the relation's generative character on a broader plane.
The production is done by Ken Thomas who has also worked with the likes of Sigur Ros, Sugar Cubes, Cocteau Twins and Suede which gives something of a hint of what's to come here.
Still, he can merrily hurl cine marie Melotovs at intolerance, bigotry, and macho posturing and could also shoot up his movies with heady doses of Cocteau and Garcia Lorca.
Cocteau Twins, Tears for Fears, Tori Amos and George Harrison.
Lawrence, Corbusier, Cocteau, Alfred Hitchcock, Edward VIII, Laurel and Hardy, Walt Disney, Eva Peron, John F.
Frontman Greg Gilbert's unique vocal - part Cocteau Twin falsetto and part throaty rasp - soars over a set of indie pop driven by synth and guitar, with irresistible Valentine one of the dance floor singles of the year, an unlikely mix of Donna Summer and The Kooks.
Jean Cocteau wrote his gripping monodrama, La voix humaine, for the Belgian actress, Berthe Bovy.
The Cocteau Twins first split in 1997 amid booze and drugs rows.
On view were a number of the lively sketches of Parisian nightlife that Cocteau contributed to French newspapers and avant-garde journals, as well as erotic drawings he began making in the '20s, when he experienced sexual dysfunction thanks to a growing dependence on opium.
That goes for ``Les Enfants Terribles: Children of the Game,'' a dance/opera spectacle by composer Philip Glass and choreographer Susan Marshall, based on the Jean Cocteau story.
Think of them - painters Giorgio de Chirico, Jean Cocteau, Fernand Leger, Gerald Murphy, and Francis Picabia; composers Darius Milhaud, Erik Satie, and Cole Porter, not to mention the filmmaker Rene Clair.
He has worked with writers as varied as Georges Simenon and Cocteau and composers such as Sauguet, Messaien, and Marius Constant.
And in collaboration with the Musee Jean Cocteau in Paris, the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh has put together "The Arts of Jean Cocteau," a comprehensive look at the work and archives of the pop-mystic, latter-day Rosicrucian and fellow explorer (Nov.
And this time, they've added guitars on the likes of the anxiety-ridden ``Inertia Creeps'' and struck up a liaison with Cocteau Twins singer Elizabeth Fraser, whose mysterious cooing dresses up the down-tempo mix.