Keyword : New Wave
A close analysis of Godard's mise-en-scene in Le Le Mépris, focusing on the film's multifaceted themes.
A personal account of encountering the 'difficult' works of Alain Robbe-Grillet, and then the man himself.
An analysis arguing for Le Mepris as one of Godard’s most ‘emotionally’ engaged works.
In-depth review of the three short film DVDs from Cinema 16, with volumes dedicated to British, American and European cinema. Includes early short films by Ridley Scott, Asif Kapadia, Lynne Ramsey, Christopher Nolan, DA Pennebaker, Tim Burton, Todd Solondz, Jean-Luc Godard, Tom Tykwer, and Lars von Trier.
A review of Jean-Luc Godard's Forever Mozart.
A look back at a New Wave classic re-released in a spanking new 35mm print.
Bresson may have been a cinematic iconoclast, but he remains a pivotal figure to the spirit that gave rise to the New Wave.
A review of Criterion's wonderful transfer of the Alain Resnais film which helped usher in the 1960s modernist cinema.
The first of a two-part essay on one of cinema's still greatest thinkers and writers.
Part two of Younger's model analysis of the Bazinian discourse.
Younger presents an involved argumentation and defense of Bazin the critic, theorist, and historian par excellence. Far from the often perceived view of Bazin as an inconsistent or politically niave' writer, Younger presents a Bazin relevant and vital for the ages.Part two of Younger's model analysis of the Bazinian discourse.
For most film scholars Bazin was a man of many (incompatible) hats. Bazinian scholar Younger rethinks Bazin the Critic and Bazin the Theorist to argue otherwise.
The second of a two-part essay on one of cinema's still greatest thinkers and writers.
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