The second act will feature Chaar Yaar, the Faquiri Quartet led by Sufi singer, composer, poet, screenwriter and film theorist
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 22 (ANI): Google on Monday dedicated its doodle to Soviet film director and film theorist
, Sergei Eisenstein, on his 120th birth anniversary.
This is why he focuses so often on horror films and burlesque comedy, what film theorist
Linda Williams called "body genres," films that make a body do things; however, unlike Williams, Schefer is concerned not with the effects on our physical bodies, but with the affects produced by our internal bodies.
May draws on American film theorist
Miriam Hansen--who suggests that Hollywood films created and disseminated a 'vernacular modernism'--to explore the Australian cinematic vernacular about formal education.
First, because Chaplin's alter ego remains in the same film frame as these speeding vehicles, one has a pioneering example of what French film theorist
Andre Bazin later would call a "comedy of space"--the comic thrill factor is real, without the safe cheating factor of editing different images together to suggest danger.
Drawing on the theories of feminist film theorist
Julia Kristeva and French psychoanalyst and philosopher Jacques Lacan, Restuccia (English, Boston College) analyzes contemporary films with psychoanalytic themes of loss and desire.
It was a talent that served the industry's reliance on high-concept strategies -- slick visuals, marketing hooks and simple narratives -- or what the film theorist
Justin Wyatt nicely calls "the look, the hook and the book." One such film was Tony Scott's debut feature, The Hunger (1983), a contemporary vampire tale with David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve as a pair of the beautiful undead.
Tadao, born October 6, 1930 in Niigata, Japan) is a prominent Japanese film critic and film theorist
The film theorist
Miriam Hansen has discussed how the medium of film created an altogether new sensorium for the masses, refraining sensory experience in the pre-packaging techniques of continuity editing, framing, lighting, and sound and in the process creating the language of classical Hollywood cinema.
Earlier this week, the BAC also hosted a talk by the Istanbul-based Lebanese film theorist
Jalal Toufic, his scrutiny of a scene from Alain Resnais' 1959 film "Hiroshima Mon Amour," which Duras wrote.
It is in light of these proliferating changes that, in the spring of 2005, film theorist