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Touch of Evil

Watching Touch of Evil is a difficult experience to describe. It is terribly dated and because we are so inundated with ‘murder mystery’, ‘bad cop/good cop’, ‘outsider/insider’, ‘alcoholic jaded cop’ ‘modern/old school’ TV shows and films I felt like I already knew most of what was going to happen. 608 more words

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DIRK'S FILM SCHOOL: TRACKING SHOT

SEMINAR NOTES

  • Tracking shots typically involve moving the camera on a platform running on tracks, towards a subject or away from it or from side-to-side.
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Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre Film Screening - The Third Man (02/08/2014)

THE Roe Valley Arts & Cultural centre will be screening the Academy Award winning thriller The Third Man on Saturday 2 August at 2pm. Carol Reed’s feature is hailed as one of the best films ever made, praised for it’s atmospheric cinematography, fantastic performances, and wonderful musical score. 152 more words

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Saturday Matinee: Get to Know Your Rabbit

“Get to Know Your Rabbit”(1972) is an offbeat comedy Brian DePalma directed early in his career about a successful but unsatisfied corporate executive Beeman (Tommy Smothers) who quits his job to become a tap dancing magician under the mentorship of Mr. 35 more words

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Film Noir – The Lady From Shanghai

‘Give my love to the sunrise.’

Rita Hayworth says this to a distant Orson Welles in the final scene of The Lady From Shanghai. Welles understood. 522 more words

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