Keyword : Andrei Tarkovsky
A close formal analysis of the key early exposition sequence in Solaris (1972), where Pilot Berton explains his experiences on the Solaris space station. Writer Elena V. Rodina comes up with some astute observations regarding the scene's breakdown of cinematic realities (three) and the way Tarkovsky subtley interconnects the three levels of reality.
An overview of five important documentaries on the life and work of the great Andrei Tarkovsky.
A close analysis of Tarkovsky's use of the tree as an important signifier of meaning in Ivan's Childhood.
An analysis of Tarkovsky's Stalker that relates the stylistic elements to Kristin Thompson's notion of excess.
An analysis of Tarkovsky science-fiction film Solaris as a study of the then current state of human malaise.
A philosophical analysis of the spiritual relevancy of Andrei Tarkovsky's enduring cinema.
In this essay Totaro analyzes the unique thematic and aesthetic import of Tarkovsky's use of nature.
A Bergsonian analysis of Andrei Tarkovsky's dream-like aesthetics in Mirror.
Part two of Menard's theoretical explication of classical film theory.
This two-part paper uses Orson Welles The Trial (1963) as a model to explicate Brian Henderson's long take theory. Instead of arguing for or against Henderson's critical standpoint, it uses its classification scheme as a basis for a more thorough understanding of the theoretical gap that exists between the two institutional pillars of cinema, the exclusive theories of Sergei Eisenstein and Andre Bazin.
This essay offers a Deleuzian analysis of the great Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky's montage theory of time-pressure, foregrounded against the historical backdrop of Eisenstein's montage of attractions.
Part two of Menard's unique 'cine-physics'.
Boistered by a half-year sabbatical, Peter Rist was a man on a mission, and watched over 250 films on the big screen in 2002. Rist gives us an idea about what makes Montreal one of the best cities in North American for the discerning filmgoer, and how it can be even better.
The long wait for Tarkovskians is finally over. Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky) is out on DVD!
Offscreen presents an interview with Italian cinematographer Guiseppe Lanci, who has worked with such greats Andrei Tarkovsky, Nanni Moretti, and Marco Bellochio.
Offscreen presents an interview with Italian cinematographer Guiseppe Lanci, who has worked with such greats Andrei Tarkovsky, Nanni Moretti, and Marco Bellochio. (Italian version).
Offscreen presents this probing interview with the Brothers Quay, conducted in Trieste, Italy.
“I have selected fifty films that are my choices for the best films to have competed at Cannes.”
The inimitable Richard Stanley's films thus far include the cyper-punk cult science-fiction film Hardware (1990), the poetic experimental documentary on the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, Voices of the Moon (1991) and the oneiric horror film...
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