Author Archives: Charles Livingston

Calendar (1993)

Calendar (1993), a film by Atom Egoyan, is centered around several intricate themes. One of which is the ever intangible notion of memory and temporal space. The film’s unconventional approach of developing the main character, the photographer, through means of … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 05/02, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Calendar (1993)

The Red and the White (1967)

Considering the lack of noticeable plot or narrative direction,  The Red and the White (1967), succeeded at portraying a rather insightful message; ‘War’ is a mindless, brutal,  savage affair. The film was directed by Hungarian filmmaker Miklos Jancso, and starred … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 03/07 | Comments Off on The Red and the White (1967)

“The Exorcist,” indeed a New Hollywood film.

New Hollywood, also known as the “American New Wave,” spawned several of the worlds most innovative, grotesque, seemingly revolting cinematic achievements. Amongst the list of films forever inscribed in “New Hollywood’s” exemplary archives are, Bonnie and Clyde (1967), Jaws (1975), and … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 02/23 | 1 Comment