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magasa 2011-12-10 22:42:13
Source: International Photographer (June 1940) By MAURY HUGHES What is a lap? Many people, especially wives, will immediately think it is the place where hubby's stenographer sits to take dictation. In motion picture parlance it is used to indicate an overlap dissolve whereby one scene smoothly bl......

magasa 2011-11-07 14:39:46
by Scott Henderson The classic cliché of the American Dream runs something like this: A bright young man with an idea (and preferably little or no money) clears a place in his garage and begins to tinker with whatever he can scrounge or scrape together, in order to turn his idea into reality. Wi...... (2回应)

magasa 2011-02-27 16:16:52
by Robert Rahtz Film historians long ago pointed out that motion pictures as a unique medium of expression were made possible only when the principle of editing was discovered and applied. This took the camera from its stationary position and enabled it to record action from several vantage points......

magasa 2011-02-17 15:07:57
by George Turner OUT of the Past was one of about 360 feature productions made in Hollywood during 1947. It was released into a booming market in which 90 million Americans were paying admissions each week at 19,207 theaters to create domestic revenues of $1.565 billion. The foreign market accoun...... (2回应)

magasa 2011-01-31 17:32:26
by Robert L. Carringer Though he has worked almost exclusively in collaborative mediums like radio and film, Orson Welles has always tended to think of himself as an individual author. "Any production in any medium is a one-man production," he said to me. On the question of sharing cr...... (1回应)

magasa 2011-01-26 14:34:17
Closer to Life Than to the Conventions of the Cinema (From Positif, September 1996) Michel Ciment and Hubert Niogret Translation by R. Barton Palmer Did some news item inspire Fargo, as the press kit suggests, or is that another false trail that you two have laid? JOEL COEN: In its general struct......

magasa 2011-01-16 14:03:39
Interview with Joel and Ethan Coen (From Positif, September 1991) Michel Ciment and Hubert Niogret Translation by R. Barton Palmer Barton Fink takes as its theme the writer's block suffered by a screenwriter. How did you come to write this kind of film? JOEL COEN: It did not begin to take shape u...... (1回应)

magasa 2011-01-05 17:04:33
Interview with Joel and Ethan Coen (From Positif July-August 1987) Michel Ciment and Hubert Niogret Translation by R. Barton Palmer Your two films belong to genres: one to the detective novel, the other to comedy. Do you prefer working within the conventions of a genre? JOEL COEN: We were more aw...... (2回应)

magasa 2011-01-02 16:51:06
By Dudley Andrew from FILM IN THE AURA OF ART ENTER a "body of work," a "corpus of films." Orson Welles, decadent individualist that he is, illegitimate son of European high art traditions, knew the auteur theory in advance and set out to make a series of films whose variety wo......

magasa 2010-12-23 21:29:01
('La Photo du Mois', Cahiers du Cinema 92, February 1959) With Les 400 Coups, François Truffaut enters both modern cinema and the classrooms of our childhood. Bernanos's humiliated children. (1) Vitrac's children in power. Melville-Cocteau's enfants terribles. Vigo's children, Rossellini's chi...... (1回应)

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