Author Archives: Breidbart

CALENDAR

Atom Egoyan’s film, Calendar, is uniquely shaped around the topic of memory in comparison to other films regarding the same subject that we have viewed in class. The film involves a photographer taking place in the present staging a failed … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 05/02 | Comments Off on CALENDAR

Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil

Chris Marker’s film, Sans Soleil, is an essay film that is meant for what the images stand for not what is literally being shown. As Carol Mavor states it, this film’s beauty lies within its blackness. The film begins with … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 04/04 | Comments Off on Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil

Red and whites film response

As a modern day film, The Red and the White directed by Miklós Jancsó, would fail, but for its time, produced a new wave of techniques and styles to incorporate. My initial thought of the film was that it was … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 03/07 | Tagged | Comments Off on Red and whites film response

The Panic in Needle Park

The Panic in Needle Park (1971) is a “New Hollywood” film starring Al Pacino as Bobby, the main character and Kitty Win as Bobby’s girlfriend Helen. This film is about a group of heroin addicts who hang out at “needle … Continue reading

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