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Post # 4 Calendar

The film Calendar was a lovely little drama film directed by Atom Egoyan in 1993. The story is about a photographer who is taking pictures of the Armenian landscape for a calendar. He is accompanied by his wife, who is … Continue reading

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Calendar

Simliar to Sans Soleil, the concept of memories seems to come up when talking about Calendar.  While not nearly as frustrating or confusing as that film, Calendar is neverthless an ambiguous and somewhat hard to follow movie.  It is a … Continue reading

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Calendar- You can’t escape your past.

In Calendar a married couple takes a trip to their homeland of Armenia.  They decide to take photographs in front of the beautiful churches in the area. There they take a tour guided by their taxi driver whom can only … Continue reading

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Egoyans Calendar

In this film its about a man who has ruined his relationship with his wife because of all of his hard work and dedication to his career as a photographer this man tries his best to try and get back … Continue reading

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Egoyan’s Calendar

In Atom Egoyan’s 1993 film Calendar a photographer from Canada goes to Armenia to take pictures of old churches to put into a calendar. He brings along his wife as a translator because their guide, Ashot, only speaks the native … Continue reading

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CALENDAR (’93)

The movie Calendar, is mainly about a professional photographer who keeps having this reoccuring memory of when he went on a trip to Armenia with his wife. In the trip it is not implied but we assume that his marriage … Continue reading

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Atom Egoyan’s Calendar(1993)

(1993), directed by Atom Egoyan, was a very interesting film to watch. The director stars in his own film about a photographer searching for love after his marriage falls apart. The film is pretty simple in which there are only … Continue reading

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Film Repsonse: Calendar (’93)

Atom Egoyan’s Calendar is a 1993 drama film that tells the story of a photographer and his attempt to find the love that he has lost, with a interesting twist thrown in. In Calendar, a photographer is sent to Armenia … Continue reading

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Film Response #4: Calendar

This movie deals with loss and memory. Since the photographer has lost his wife all he has left are his memories of her. It starts off with him and his wife taking to  a trip Armenia to gather pictures for … Continue reading

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Calendar (1993)

To begin, Calendar (1993) filmed by Atom Egoyan is a story of a photographer and his wife traveling around Armenia taking pictures of different churches for a calendar. This gives to the audience a lovely look at a foreign country but … Continue reading

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Blog Response #4:Calendar

Calendar, a somewhat humerous yet monotonous film directed and starring Atom Egoyan, is essential to the perceptions of what memory can provide to us through several technological avenues, such as videotape and photography. The theme in this film, is how he uses photography and videotape … Continue reading

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Calendar

Calendar is 1993 film by Atom Egoyan and the last screening in class. Like most of the recent films that we have been watching, the theme has to do with time and memory.A photographer is sent to Armenia to take pictures … Continue reading

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Calender

Atom Egoyan’s Calendar was a strange but interesting film. Calendar is a film about memory and time. Photographs and video are both used extensively as storage of a moment. Our memory’s are storage’s of the moments in our lives. This … Continue reading

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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

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Film Response – Calendar

  In class last week, we watched Atom Egoyan’s 1993 film Calendar. In this intriguing film, the viewers witness a photographer’s journey through Armenia with his wife and a translator. What makes the film interesting, however, is that each time … Continue reading

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Film Response #4: The Calendar

Atom Egoyan’s film, Calendar (1993) makes fun of the documentary film genre and is filled with calendar films dates, videotapes and photographs. During the movie, atom (who cast himself as the main role) revisits memories he has of himself with … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil-visual essay on memory

Sans Soleil can be generalized as an almost two-hour visual essay on memory, poetry, and imagery, based around Chris Marker’s travels around the world, focusing mostly on Japan and Africa. Sans Soleil is a mishmash of images and sound, it … Continue reading

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Sunless

What can i say about a film like Sans Soleil? The movie is truly mesmerizing and attacks the mind with rapid transitions that leave you either in a state of deep thought or utter disorientation. It is somewhat difficult to … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

This is film is somewhat comparable to Daisies in that it is hard to sit through, and even harder to come to a conclusion of what it’s all about.  I can safely say that Sans Soleil is one of the … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Of all the movies I’ve watched both in film classes and outside of film classes, nothing comes close to Sans Soleil. It’s probably the hardest thing I’ve ever had to watch as I found it be incredibly disturbing in numerous … Continue reading

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Sans Soliel

Chris Marker’ Sans Soliel is a very interesting movie in its randomness that keeps the viewer thinking, after viewing the film, about the overall point or purpose of the film. Through reading Allan Casebier’s article “A Deconstructive Documentary” and seeing … Continue reading

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SANS SOLEIL?

The movie San Soliel, is a very complicated piece of work to comprehend. It gives you many shot frames of different parts of different cities. It first starts off in tokyo and heads to africa. but since it keeps switching … Continue reading

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San Soleil May Shed Some Light

San Soleil (1983) Chris Marker In San Soleil, Chris Marker’s 1983 montage deconstructed documentary (staged documentary), a female narrator reads letters received from a world traveler. His introspcetive writings draws an elicit picture of his internal thoughts on a variety of subjects that … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil (1983)

Throughout this semester we have been watching films that are vague in their meanings (The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie by Luis Buñuel, 1972) but none have been as difficult to interpret as Sans Soleil. This film is a collection … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Extremely clever but very confusing! Sans Soleil was directed by Chris Marker and released in 1983. Told by an unaccredited narrator, Marker creates a film that is, literally, out of its element. The film is in no way chronological; rather … Continue reading

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