DavidBarker

David Barker

David Barker is a filmmaker and editor whose last feature, Daylight, was a Critic’s Pick in both The New York Times and The New York Post on its release. He edited Josephine Decker’s Thou Wast Mild and Lovely, which will be released later this year, as well as Braden King’s HERE, starring Ben Foster. He’s currently working in Darwin, Australia, as visiting director on the film The Waves by the Karrabing Indigenous Corporation. You can read more about his work here.

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Talks

David Barker (Daylight) Talks Jean-Luc Godard’s Goodbye to Language

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By David Barker | October 29, 2014

David Barker (Daylight) Talks Jean-Luc Godard’s Goodbye to Language

The contrarian of the Nouvelle Vague at age 83 has made a dense, mostly non-narrative film about communication and relationships. In 3D, obviously.

David Barker (Daylight) Talks the Invention of Chris Marker

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By David Barker | August 9, 2014

David Barker (Daylight) Talks the Invention of Chris Marker

A personal remembrance of meeting the enigmatic French documentarian and film essayist, the subject of an upcoming retrospective.