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Browse by author: Colin Burnett

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An analysis of Sontag's infamous later essay lamenting the death of cinephilia.

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An intriguing look back at the on-set experiences of Jonathan Hourigan.

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A look back to gauge the current relevancy of this early Bresson reference book.

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The future finally looks bright for Bresson DVD enthusiasts. Burnett examines the follow-up Criterion Bresson release.

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A two-part assessment of the critical discourse surrounding one of cinema's hallowed names, Bresson. Burnett concentrates much of his discussion on the unfortunately polarized views that are continually circulated concerning Bresson's cinematic-philosophical position as “Transcenendalist” or “Materialist”.

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Part two of Burnett's critical assessment of the Bressonian theoretical discourse.

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Bresson may have been a cinematic iconoclast, but he remains a pivotal figure to the spirit that gave rise to the New Wave.

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The future finally looks bright for Bresson DVD enthusiasts. Burnett examines the first Criterion Bresson release.


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