Thursday, December 16, 2010

Jean Rollin Tribute Links



I am getting ready to start gathering a collection of tribute links honoring Jean Rollin, as so many are beginning to appear all over the web. They are going to be placed on the right side of the page here so they can be easily accessed and updated. If you have posted a link, or know of one I don't have listed, please leave it in the comments space of this post and I will get it added. I am finding all of these wonderful memorials to the great man very moving so I want to share them here. Thank you...

27 comments:

Eliot said...

I've added a small tribute to my blog at http://bladesew.wordpress.com/

Ben said...

Here's a link to the tribute I've managed to put together today... it largely consists of your screengrabs and someone else's quote, but hopefully expresses things well until I'm able to put together a longer piece of writing;

http://breakfastintheruins.blogspot.com/2010/12/deathblog-jean-rollin-1938-2010.html

ROBO32.EXE said...

I posted something here (http://muller-fokker.blogspot.com/2010/12/jean-rollin-et-la-litt-pop.html) with a full-scan of one of his texts, written in 1988 and evocating his youth in Paris and his passion for forgotten french pulp litterature.

Jeremy Richey said...

Thanks so much...I have added each of those links.

Thomas said...

thanks for your good work. i wrote a few lines in german on my blog:

http://filmtagebuch.blogger.de/stories/1745329/

this is very sad news for the realm of phantastic cinema.

bbjane said...

My tribute to Jean...
Thanks for your great work, Jeremy...
http://fearsforqueers.blogspot.com/2010/12/jean-au-film-de-la-plume.html

CiNEZiLLA said...

Jeremy.
Here's my thoughts and tribute to the loss of the great Jean Rollin.

http://cinezilla.blogspot.com/2010/12/rip-jean-rollin.html

Take care!
J.

Pidde Andersson said...

Here's my tribute in Swedish:
http://toppraffel.blogspot.com/2010/12/toppraffel-sorjer-mer-nagonsin-jean.html
Hopefully, I'll get around to write an English version of it during the weekend.

Marivaudage said...

Here is a small review I wrote (in French) for the Vodkaster web site : http://www.vodkaster.com/actu-cine/Deces-de-Jean-Rollin-665

Jeremy Richey said...

Wonderful...I have added those links as well. Keep em coming and thanks to everyone who has written these tributes so far.

Thomas said...

german film journalist christian keßler has a great tribute, too. however, it's also in German but worth linking.

http://www.christiankessler.de/nachrufrollin.html

FredMJG said...

Hello ! I've just put some trailers and french documentary about that dear Jean Rollin. I've writing down an extract from his wonderful book "MoteurCoupez !" about why he's a filmmaker.
Right here : http://fredmjgblogueandbulle.blogspot.com/2010/12/rollin-au-royaume-des-ombres-jean.html

By the way, very nice blog. You have real treasures in it.

Vincent said...

Well, i made a little tribute both with Blake Edwards (too many directors died this year), in french, on Inisfree. I have taken a a behind the scene picture from your blog (with a link of course), hope you dont mind.
We'll have the honor of receiving Jean Rollin in january for a screening of " La nuit des horloges". It was a great encounter.
So, here it is : http://inisfree.hautetfort.com/archive/2010/12/17/regarde-les-realisateurs-tomber.html

Pidde Andersson said...

Okay, here's my tribute in English:
http://www.xomba.com/jean_rollin_memoriam

Jeremy Richey said...

Thanks so much for continuing to send me these. I just updated the links again and we are now well above fifty!

Marilyn said...

Rod Heath has two reviews on Ferdy on Films: Fascination (http://www.ferdyonfilms.com/?p=574) and Lips of Blood (http://www.ferdyonfilms.com/?p=94)

Nine-Fingered Menace said...

I have a small attempt at a eulogy on my blog: http://www.ninefingeredmenace.blogspot.com

I have enjoyed your site ever since I discovered it; and I tend to use it as one of my references for background materials when I review a Rollin film on my blog. Please keep it going.

night person said...

Our email campaign paid off!

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118029269

Eerie Erik said...

I've posted a tribute to his film Requiem pour un Vampire and I'll continue with his other films shortly.

http://eerieeriksreviews.blogspot.com/2010/12/requiem-pour-un-vampire-1971.html

DJ Capybara said...

I did a small farewell note and some screenshots from Fascination over at A Dream...Terrible And Wonderful.

http://terribleandwonderful.blogspot.com/2010/12/fascination-jean-rollin-1979.html

Dr. Hichcock said...

My contribution:
http://stranovizio.blogspot.com/2010/12/blake-edwards-y-jean-rollin.html

buchinsky said...

My little tribute to Rollin :

http://buchinsky.wordpress.com/2010/12/21/jean-rollin-20x/

Michael Williams said...

I just finished writing about my 30 year search for answers at my WIWLN blog:
http://wiwln.blogspot.com/2010/12/insomniac-theater-presents.html

Your site is beautiful and I am looking forward to exploring it more! Especially after I get my Jean Rollin DVDs.

(I posted the same link at on another page on your site, but this seems to be where the JR links are going. Sorry for the double post.)

Valor said...

Thanks for all this hard work, Jeremy!

Here’s my humble tribute on Psychovision, a picture of the beach at Pourville-les-Dieppe and an excerpt of Jean’s novel, « Dialogues sans fin » :  

http://www.psychovision.net/films/evenements/820-jean-rollin-sans-fin

And here’s my report on what was to be Jean’ s last public appearance on November, 18th 2010 :

http://www.psychovision.net/films/evenements/779-apero-jean-rollin

junemiller said...

Here's my little tribute (in italian) to Jean Rollin:
http://bit.ly/fuBcOg
thanks for your beautiful site!

seanax said...

I've posted my tribute to Rollin with a survey of his films at Parallax View here.

http://parallax-view.org/2011/01/19/jean-rollin-eros-exploitation-and-le-cinema-fantastique/

Blog Of Terror said...

Hello, Jeremy. I wrote this article just before the death of Jean Rollin. It was some kind of a little essay about his cinema, but the events have transformed it into a tribute... thanxx for your job:)

http://blogofterror.blogspot.com/2010/12/jean-rollin-pour-ainsi-dire.html