Tag Archives: Cinema

Space, Shadow and Light: The Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer

Nothing in the world can be compared to the human face. It is a land one can never tire of exploring. There is no greater experience in a studio than to witness the expression of a sensitive face under the … Continue reading

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The Eye of the Inner Ear

as the films of Davies illustrate so convincingly, ultimately it is the inner space of the individual imagination that matters most. Wendy Everett: The Eye of the Inner Ear: Terence Davies and the Space/Time Dimension, p.308.  Essay published in: Wendy … Continue reading

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Film of the Month – May 2012 – Flânerie Seen Through a Lens: Light, Movement and Film

Something different this month; rather than reviewing a specific film we are looking at how the creative process of film-making links with the practice of the flâneur, feminism and early modernist fiction.  The modern(ist) metropolis and the institution of cinema … Continue reading

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