Author Archives: emilinpandian

Calendar

In class we have seen a few different films emphasizing the issues of memory and time and Atom Egoyan’s film, Calendar, is no different. In this film, a photographer relives various events and situations through the use of old footage … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response, Film Response 05/02 | Comments Off on Calendar

Sans Soleil: An Essay Film

Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil is definitely one of the most confusing and unique films I have ever watched. While watching this film in class, I often found myself asking, “what is this really all about?” The two themes that Marker … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response, Film Response 04/04 | Comments Off on Sans Soleil: An Essay Film

The Red and the White

The Red and the White is a 1967 film by Hungarian director, Miklós Jancsó. The film is definitely unique and groundbreaking for many reasons. The film is centered on the true brutality and cruelty that occurred during the 6 year … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 03/07, Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Red and the White

Chinatown : A New Hollywood Film

Chinatown is about a private detective, Jake Gilles, who is hired by Evelyn Mulwray, wife of the city’s chief of water Hollis Mulwray, in order to find out if he is having an affair with another women. As the film … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response, Film Response 02/23 | 2 Comments