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Film Response 4: Calendar

The film Calendar is interesting and in a way organized in how we get all these different scenes yet we are able to follow through what the problem/ story behind these scenes is. Atom Egoyan directs and stars in this film … Continue reading

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Film Response #4: Loss and Memory themes in Calendar

In our last class before break, we watched the 1993 film, Calendar, by Canadian photographer Atom Egoyan. I actually liked this film although it was strange how Egoyan had almost after every flashback, a variety of scenes of his dates … 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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