Chen Dezheng

The creator picks up the film | "Movie, in ordinary life, where the miracle happens", writer Chen Dezheng

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At the beginning of the 2018 Taipei Film Festival, Polysh invited several creators who love to watch movies in the fields of writing, music and performing arts to talk about their "movie love" and share how they "watch movies." Recording a roll of old-school and old-fashioned Mixtape, using words and vocabulary; the moments in the translation memory are still bright or moving, and then echoes in the reader's mind. Chen Dezheng, rewriting the 90s with words, transforming the music context into a vein of self-growth; there are youthful adventures, softness and anxiety between the lines, each note is full of affection, and then there is something wrong with the personnel - or rather, Homesickness, that is dedicated to growth, but also to himself. Repeatedly playing and repeating each page of the songs, and actually found a scene of the movie, "watching movies, ritualistic." In addition to the original music, the film is also a climax in his self-publishing youth. This time we talked with him about how the film's media influenced his writing; and this year's Taipei Film Festival, what other works he expected. Movies, like the places where miracles happen in ordinary life. In the 90 minutes to two hours, the storyline and time are condensed, and it is almost more exciting than most of my own life and what will happen. It is a time-compressed art, a magical medium between reality and dreams, and the director is the creator of the world, creating a roundabout framework. In this frame space, the actors walked in, accompanied by the sounds heard in this space - film music. Chen Dezheng, Department of Radio and Television, Zhengda University, Master of Media Studies, New School, New York. People who write, usually listen to music, watch movies, and go through several places. He is the author of "To all the tomorrow's gatherings", "Meeting in the distance", "The moment we say goodbye". Movies, like the places where miracles happen in ordinary life. In the 90 minutes to two hours, the storyline and time are condensed, and it is almost more exciting than most of my own life and what will happen. It is a time-compressed art, a magical medium between reality and dreams, and the director is the creator of the world, creating a roundabout framework. In this frame space, the actors walked in, accompanied by the sounds heard in this space - film music. Chen Dezheng, Department of Radio and Television, Zhengda University, Master of Media Studies, New School, New York. People who write, usually listen to music, watch movies, and go through several places. He is the author of "To all the tomorrow's gatherings", "Meeting in the distance", "The moment we say goodbye". Chen Dezheng, Department of Radio and Television, Zhengda University, Master of Media Studies, New School, New York. People who write, usually listen to music, watch movies, and go through several places. He is the author of "To all the tomorrow's gatherings", "Meeting in the distance", "The moment we say goodbye". Photography/ Li Yingxia. "Movies, like in ordinary life, where miracles happen." "The vast majority of us, including those who create movies, usually brush their teeth, wash their faces, do things, go out, and spend the same day every day. In the pace of the pace." As a creator of writing and living, Dezheng admitted at the beginning that the writer's life is actually extremely monotonous and boring; however, within two hours of watching the movie, it can make people enter the ordinary Different worlds, "People can fall freely into the market, regardless of the consequences, but feel safe. For example, temporarily withdraw from the usual triviality and transfer to another time and space, and this time and space is created by a group of people. Recalling the new book "We Say Goodbye" in the German government, he described the film and the film festival as "ceremonial" activities; all this should start from his student days. As a literary youth in the 1990s, "Running Film Festival seems to be the only way for a young artist to develop in my time. (Laughter)." Life experience tells us that there are many uncertain things about the future, including ourselves and others. "But there are certain "ceremonial" activities that will make people feel that the world is operating in a certain order or track. The so-called "ceremonial" is a kind of peace of mind and has an inner kind. The feeling of order; the way it is to run a film festival or watch a movie, you perceive the passage of time, and also confirm that certain things are relatively absolute." The fun of running a film festival is not just watching the movie itself, but this Who you met in the process, and then discovered that those who may know or not know meet each other at this time of the year - perhaps called a fate or tacit understanding. As the year has passed, some people have also been found to leave; they may go abroad, may be older and no longer run a film festival, but there will always be new audiences to join. It is a sense of privacy or intimacy between a group of people who do not know. The most interesting thing about watching movies is that "the audience knows that it may be a "recreated reality" or a group of people performing; but when you are sitting in a movie theater, you believe that it is true. It is not Dream - you know clearly and can distinguish, but it is presented in a state of dreams (of course, the documentary is another matter). It is a kind of resistance, resisting boredom, ignorance and sometimes resisting lies." It is "reality of re-creation", how can it resist lies? "The film is a lie art of 24 grids per second, in order to serve the truth." This is what the director Michael Haneke said." Dezheng explained, "The 24 grids are all lies, but the lies exist for the truth. Look at the director how to shoot. Even if all are carefully designed, but in the end it is to present some kind of feeling, "Ah! The days I lived seem to be like this scene." The so-called "everyday" in those frames, via The design, in turn, causes the viewer to resonate with some familiarity.” Combining sound, video, and plot, the highest-end work that triggers thinking and wraps the senses, as Flaubert said: “The author should be like the universe in his works. God. He is omnipresent, but there is no trace to find." In the frame to shape a world without revealing traces, the director's sense of existence is not so strong, for the German government that is the highest realm of the creator. As far as his own creation is concerned, watching a movie can not only temporarily escape the boring life, but also the medium in which he draws inspiration and triggers thinking. "In terms of the nature of creation, writing is the same as film, but the media is different. The film creates a wonderful world in a boring life, and the writer is also." There is actually a subtle resonance between the two. Writing is the reader through the author. The text is to think, and then come back to think about the text itself; "The film is the medium that triggers thinking. The audience thinks through the image, but they can think about the image itself." The connection between the creation and the story in the film is irrelevant. "This story is not necessarily limited to the script. It does not have to have a clear transition, a confession or an ending. It may be conveyed by the aesthetics of the image itself. It is an unspeakable, but the audience can definitely do it." "What?" Take Hou Hsiao-hsien’s work as an example. Dezheng explained, "There is no clear plot of his work, but the more abstract, the audience can still grasp. It is not necessarily the dialogue. It may be that the movements and arrangements of the two screens can actually create an effect that is intended to be out of the way." And if the sound in the movie is discussed from the same angle, "the song or the melody works well, view The film experience will add a lot of points, just like telling stories with lyrics." Like "Blue Boy in Moonlight", "At the end of the scene, two people met, one of them had a "Hello Stranger" in the restaurant's jukebox, no words. Conversation - I think everything they want to pour on each other is in this song. Telling a story with a song, without dialogue, is more roundabout, but at the same time has a melody." The moment of the movie, "The Last Emperor" and "The City of Sadness" Because I grew up in the family of "watching movies for family activities", especially my father is very passionate about movies. "Remember my dad said, "If the university entrance exam is a test Hollywood stars and the name of the movie, I should be able to go to the stage." (Laughs) "The timing of the contact between the German government and the film is earlier than most children of the same age." In 1988, "The Last Emperor" was released. "I was only 9 years old at that time! The story is still vivid in the present. Now I don't even feel that I am watching a movie in the theater, but sitting in a world of disintegration. On the edge, staring at the funeral." Looking back at the plot of "The Last Emperor", my heart is still moved. "In the beginning scene, Pu Yi was still a child. He just put a cockroach in the small box next to the dragon chair; After the ups and downs, he was manipulated by Japan as a burly regime. After the CCP became a political prisoner, he became a political prisoner. He changed from a last emperor to a prisoner. Finally, he resumed his civilian status and participated in a tour of the Forbidden City. The Forbidden City became an attraction. When the other members went forward, Pu Yi secretly climbed to the dragon chair, the box was still there, and the lid was opened, and the dragonfly was still alive. Even though the German government was only a child, he understood the indescribable vicissitudes of life. A cockroach, time is folded, and what you think is impossible to happen, let you see what you are watching now. We know that it is locked in

5 BOOKS THAT MADE ME|Reading Monologue: Study Room 002, Chen Dezheng

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Film & Photography/ Manchi. The book selection criteria for "5 Books That Made Me", I think it should be different from "My favorite five books" or "The five books that are most important to me". For example, I have always liked Hunter S. Thompson's Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas. The madness and grotesque in the book always fascinated me, but it It doesn't make up for me—a writer who will be 40 years old—the most important part of his creative consciousness. The reason why I like "Fear of Las Vegas" is that in a certain degree, it is awe, and the author fears that the author will dare to mix his mad life with his works, and he will not change his face. Drink it. Do you know how Hunter Thompson died later? In 2005, he shoot himself at home in the kitchen, was 67 years old, he wrote in his suicide note:... 67. That is 17 years past 50. 17 more than I needed or wanted Boring I am always bitchy No Fun — for anybody. 67....