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Media History 146 Student @ QC

Calendar By Atom Egoyan, an exploitation of imageries and memories

Calendar (1993) by Atom Egoyan, is an experimental film that deals with the concept of time, space and memory. The main plot is about a Canadian photographer who lost his wife’s love to an Armenian driver while he was in … Continue reading

Posted in Assignment, Film Response, Film Response 05/02 | Comments Off on Calendar By Atom Egoyan, an exploitation of imageries and memories

Sans Soleil (1982), a post modernist essay film

Sans Soleil (1982), a film by Chris Marker, seems to have missed all the real purposes of a documentary film: Truth Telling, Propaganda, Direct Cinema, and Cinema Verite. In fact, Sans Soleil, although categorized as a documentary, is really an … Continue reading

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The Red and the White (1967), a hungarian new wave film

The Red and the White (1967), directed by Miklos Jancso is a film dealing with the involvement of Hungarians in the Russian Civil War. The film depicted both the “White Army” and “Red Army” as they go about finding and … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response, Film Response 03/07 | Comments Off on The Red and the White (1967), a hungarian new wave film

M*A*S*H (1970), a Hollywood “New Wave” Black Comedy

MASH (1970) directed by Robert Altman is a dark comedy film that exploits the daily life of surgeons and staffs at a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War. The story follows two unorthodox surgeons, Captain “Hawkeye” Pierce and … Continue reading

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