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Daybreak Express

D.A Pennebaker’s Daybreak Express is a short experimental documentary focusing on a POV, commuting around New York City. The reason why I chose this film is because I admired the cinematography in the opening sequence, and I enjoyed the narrative behind it. 467 more words

Avant-garde

Interstellar (Nolan, 2014, USA)

‘You at the zero-end, me with the spool of tape, recording
length, reporting metres, centimetres back to base, then leaving
up the stairs, the line still feeding out, unreeling… 2,236 more words

Film Review

Cinema on Paper Saturday - Read: "Surrealism in the Age of Silence" (Ravell Robinson)

Surrealism in the Age of Silence:

A Short Overview of Un Chien Andalou (An Andalusian Dog)

There is something to be said about the element of silence: it can be majestic, it can be calming, it can be gratifying. 1,590 more words

Seminal Cinema Outfit

Cinema on Paper Saturday - Read: 'Branded to Kill' (Karelia Malin)

Branded to Kill

 In my previous reviews, I’ve focused on the history of the film of my choosing—maybe some facts about the production, or on the director and his journey as an artist; perhaps what led them to make that film, or their influences. 966 more words

Seminal Cinema Outfit