Theo Angelopoulos

Eleni Karaindrou - Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow (Film by Theo Angelopoulos) (2004)

Eleni Karaindrou - Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow (Film by Theo Angelopoulos) (2004)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 194 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 102 Mb | Scans included | 00:44:03
Soundtrack, Score, Contemporary Classical | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 1885

Film and orchestral music composer Eleni Karaindrou has made a beautiful and moving statement with THE WEEPING MEADOW. A native of Greece, Karaindrou's influences are decidedly European, and within the music, one can hear the stamp of impressionistic composers like Erik Satie, avant garde innovators like Bartok, as well as Greek and Balkan folk forms. Karaindrou's music also traffics in 20th-century minimalism, creating tense, atmospheric spaces that feel empty and dense at once (one of the composer's frequently used motifs involves "patterns" that recall the tingling, polyphonic gestures of Phillip Glass). Although several themes are reprised throughout the album, the combination of ambient textures, folk phrasing (accordions, guitars, and violins figure prominently into several pieces), and lush orchestral work keep the music consistently interesting. The pieces are often set in a minor key, so a somber, melancholic mood prevails yet never feels forced or melodramatic, and the spacious, tasteful arrangements are in keeping with the ECM aesthetic.
To Vlemma tou Odyssea / Ulysses' Gaze - by Theo Angelopoulos (1995)

To Vlemma tou Odyssea / Ulysses' Gaze - by Theo Angelopoulos (1995)
DVD9(Custom) | English + Russian | 720x576 | Mpeg2, ~5948 kbps | Eng(AC3, 224 kbps) | Ru(AC3, 192 kbps) | 7.73 GB
Subs: Russian | War, Drama

A, a Greek filmmaker living in exile in the United States, returns to his native Ptolemas to attend a special screening of one of his extremely controversial films. But A's real interest lies elsewhere–the mythical reels of the very first film shot by the Manakia brothers, who, at the dawn of the age of cinema, tirelessly criss-crossed the Balkans and, without regard for national and ethnic strife, recorded the region's history and customs.
3 Films by Theo Angelopoulos (1984-1995) [2 DVD9s & 1 DVD5] [Re-post]

3 Films by Theo Angelopoulos (1984-1995) [2 DVD9s & 1 DVD5] [Re-post]
Art-House | 1.33:1 | Colour | Greek Dolby Digital | English/Chinese Subtitles
3 Full Original DVD Images (.ISO) + 300dpi Scans = 19.2GBs | 1GB RARs | NL/FSe/FSo

Theo Angelopoulos-Topio stin omichli AKA '' Landscape In the Mist ' '  Video

Posted by nazgul_epheles at May 5, 2007
Theo Angelopoulos-Topio stin omichli AKA '' Landscape In the Mist ' '

Theo Angelopoulos-Topio stin omichli AKA ''Landscape In the Mist''
1240 MB | 1:59:22 | Greek with English s/t | XviD, 1303 Kb/s | 720x480

The Films of Theo Angelopoulos: A Cinema of Contemplation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Feb. 24, 2012
The Films of Theo Angelopoulos: A Cinema of Contemplation

The Films of Theo Angelopoulos: A Cinema of Contemplation By Andrew Horton
Publisher: Pri[nce]on Uni[ver]sity P[res]s 1997 | 248 Pages | ISBN: 0691011419 | PDF | 13 MB

Theo Angelopoulos - Eternity and a Day (1998)  Video

Posted by Herone02 at Jan. 11, 2008
Theo Angelopoulos - Eternity and a Day (1998)

Theo Angelopoulos - Eternity and a Day (1998)
1.4GB (2x700MB) | 134min. | Greek / Englisch + Franch Subs extra | 1319 + 1463kbps + MP3 125Kbps | RS

The film won the Golden Palm at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.

Eleni Karaindrou - Theo Angelopoulos Paisaje en la niebla (2000)  Music

Posted by mrnemesis at Nov. 18, 2006
Eleni Karaindrou - Theo Angelopoulos Paisaje en la niebla (2000)

Eleni Karaindrou - Theo Angelopoulos Paisaje en la niebla (2000)

Format: mp3 | Tracks: 16 | Size: 78 MB | Bitrate: 192 kbit

Theo Angelopolous: Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Feb. 24, 2012
Theo Angelopolous: Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers)

Theo Angelopolous: Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers) By Dan Fainaru
Publisher: Uni[ver]sity Press of Miss..issippi 2001 | 196 Pages | ISBN: 1578062160 , 1578062152 | PDF | 4 MB

Eleni Karaindrou - Trojan Women (2001) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at March 19, 2018
Eleni Karaindrou - Trojan Women (2001) [Re-Up]

Eleni Karaindrou - Trojan Women (2001)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 253 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 148 Mb | Scans included
Contemporary Classical, Score | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 1810, 472 139-2 | 00:50:00

Euripides wrote The Trojan Women in 415 B.C., but his tragic play about the aftermath of the fall of Troy continues to resonate many centuries after it was first performed. Eleni Karaindrou, best know for her film scores for Ulysses' Gaze and Eternity and a Day, composed this score for a 2001 production of The Trojan Women after being struck by the parallels between the ancient Greek story and the recent situation in the Balkans. Although she chose to use various folk instruments from around the Mediterranean, such as the lyre, an ancestor of the modern violin; the lauto, a Greek form of the lute; and the ney, an end-blown flute, her stark compositions are not folkloric recreations. Instead, she blends the ancient timbres of the instruments with a vocal chorus to create a sound that is not quite modern but not archaic either. Perhaps the best word to use in describing Karaindrou's austere, beautiful music is timeless.

Eleni Karaindrou - The 10 (2008) [Greek TV Soundtrack] Re-Up  Music

Posted by Designol at March 19, 2018
Eleni Karaindrou - The 10 (2008) [Greek TV Soundtrack] Re-Up

Ελένη Καραϊνδρου ‎– Τò 10 (2008) [Greek TV Soundtrack]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 256 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 152 Mb | Scans included
Label: ECM/Mikri Arktos | # CD MA15231-11 | Time: 01:03:20
Soundtrack, Contemporary Jazz, Contemporary Classical, Mediterranean/Balkan

Eleni Karaindrou – “Greece’s most eloquent living composer” in the words of Time magazine – was born in Teichio, a mountain village in central Greece. She still retains vivid memories of the sound world of her childhood: "the music of the wind, rain on the slate roof, running water. The nightingale's singing. And then the silence of the snow." Sometimes the mountains would echo to the sound of flutes and clarinets played at village festivals. “I still have a strong memory of the Byzantine melodies I heard in church and the continuous voices of the men accompanying the chanter," she has said. Resonances of this sound world, imbued with the history and suffering of her native land, have found their way into the many scores she has composed for film, TV and theatre in the past four decades.