Christoph Huber

World Out of Order: Tony Scott’s Vertigo

By Cinema Scope / August 20, 2012

By Christoph Huber and Mark Peranson Regularly dismissed by critics as an ADD action hack director, Tony Scott’s sixth collaboration with Jerry Bruckheimer has a title that can be taken as a provocation: Déjà Vu seems to invite glib puns about the recurrence of heated fast cuts and heavily filtered celluloid, of slick surfaces and…

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The Decade in Review | Christoph Huber & Olaf Möller

By Christoph Huber / March 16, 2010

Instead of yet another list of favorites, the Ferroni Brigade offers a dozen extraordinary films that have remained marginalized for different reasons; a little anthology of current film culture’s blind spots and an antidote for people who, like us, are lulled to sleep browsing the Times et al. polls. Notes from the Basement (2000). If…

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