Category Archives: Film Response 05/02

Calendar (1993) – Film Response# 4

Calendar (1993) is a film by Atom Egoyan. The film is about the process of a photographer shooting pictures in Armenia for the use in a calendar and his wife falls in love with the Armenian driver on that trip. … Continue reading

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Calendar (1993)

Calendar (Egoyan, 1993) was a film about “love” memory.  Meaning that the events that are being recalled have to deal with a past/present love.  In this movie, it seems like the photographer is recalling memories of his estranged wife while … Continue reading

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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

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Calendar (1993) Film Response

Atom Egoyan’s post-colonial film Calendar, mocks the stylistic elements of an documentary film with it’s use of calendar dates, videotapes, and photographs. However, after the first twenty minutes of viewing these three devices are used to skeletally bridge a plot … Continue reading

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Fourth Film Reponse: Memories Lost, Found and Forgotten

Over the last several weeks, we’ve seen several films that have addressed the very challenging concept of time, memory, space, and displacement. The Mirror and Sans Soleil all use film form to produce essays on the intersection of time and … Continue reading

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Film Response 3: Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil, directed by Chris Marker, is one of the most complex and confusing films I have ever seen. “A unique meditation on time, memory and place… this nonlinear essay fuses the poetic narration of an unseen woman with kaleidoscopic … Continue reading

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