De Heer continues in his latest, minutely controlled film a 'naïve' sensibility that resonates with contemporary trends in international cinema
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference (SCMS) Minneapolis, Minnesota 6-9 March 2003 It was possible to set the Society for Cinema and Media Studies
New York-based writer, critic and programmer, Kent Jones discusses his early experiences of cinema, beginnings as a film critic, being an editor at Film Comment,
b. 15 November 1922, Naples, Italy filmography bibliography web resources Widely-known and respected both in Italy and abroad, Francesco Rosi has continued for half a
The Puppetmaster (1993, Taiwan, 142 mins) Source: Chinese Taipei Film Archive/Eracom Prod Co: ERA/Nian Dai Int’l/Qui Fusheng Prod: Chiu Fu-Sheng Dir: Hou Hsiao-hsien Scr: Chu
How does the latest portrait of the legendary bushranger stack up against previous versions
(London: British Film Institute, 2002) Dina Iordanova’s imaginative analytical investigation of the films of Emir Kusturica is a distinguished contribution to the BFI’s World Directors
Frye explores the various, diverging sensibilities of filmmakers from both the past and present working in cinema's 'underground'
b. January 28, 1927, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan d. April 14, 2001, Tokyo, Japan filmography web resources “What were you looking at? “A window. “No, no.
Yellow Submarine (1968 UK 90 mins) Source: Chapel Distribution Prod Co: Apple Films, King Features Prod: Al Brodax Dir: George Dunning Scr: Lee Minoff, Al