Resnais


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Resnais

Alain . born 1922, French film director, whose films include Hiroshima mon amour (1959), L'Ann?e derni?re ? Marienbad (1961), La Vie est un roman (1983), and On Conna?t la Chanson (1998)
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Resnais conceived the film partly as an homage to Dennis Potter who in a number of television series, the most famous of which is probably The Singing Detective (1986), used a similar narrative technique, lip-synching actors to the words of popular songs.
In Where Film Meets Philosophy: Godard, Resnais, and Experiments in Cinematic Thinking, Hunter Vaughan blends phenomenology and semiotics to explore cinema's ability to confront conventional modes of thought.
For Andre Bazin, claims Seguin with no justification whatsoever, Alain Resnais cheats on the space of the painting.
Resnais was editing drafts of his next project even from his hospital bed, according to producer Jean- Louis Livi, who was working on the film with him.
Before the film reaches that gooey point, though, Resnais delights in commenting on the tiresome predictability of it all, employing the chuckle-inducing behavioralist metaphor of the lab rat -- complete with key scenes restaged with rodent-headed actors.
with gentle movement, which Resnais films as a series of dissolves.
Veteran French film maker and European festival favourite Alain Resnais, 89, is in the main will attend with Vous N'avez Encore Rien Vu.
Ses considerables ouvrages sur Godard, Pollet ou Resnais (en collaboration avec Suzanne Liandrat-Guigues, comme souvent) prennent soin de privilegier la singularite des films sur ce qu'ils ont en commun.
De ahi pues La importancia de un documental --en un estilo del genero que Resnais y Lanzmann han llevado a altas cotas-- que rescata a las victimas al visibilizarlas y que nos hace detenernos a reflexionar sobre si nuestra felicidad tiene que ver con la que no tuvieron (ni tienen) otros como, por ejemplo, los descendientes de los "zoologicos humanos".
Originally called Les Herbes Folles, the director is the now 88-year-old Alain Resnais (a BAFTA winner for Hiroshima Mon Amour, 1959) and even he can't stop the script from putting the flimsy into whimsy.
Limited openers include National Geographic s release of the Afghanistan-set, Sundance-winning documentary "Restrepo," directed by Tim Hetherington and journalist Sebastian Junger, and Sony Pictures Classics romantic drama "Wild Grass" from eminent French director Alain Resnais.
At the Baryshnikov Arts Center, Christine Letailleur stages her version of Hiroshima monamour, the New Wave movie by Alain Resnais (whose screenplay was written by Duras), March 4-6.