- An auteur is a translation from French which means author, and the auteur theory is when a director’s film reflects their creative vision.
- Francis Lawrence is a auteur music video director as well as a auteur movie director. 107 more words
Partie de Campagne (A Day in the Country, 1936, Jean Renoir) is a short and simple fiction about a multitude of things. A group of upper class dandies spend some time in the countryside, frolicking and picnicking with gay abandon while the local lads eye up the women. 678 more words
Towards the beginning of Network (1976) this is a moment that gives us pause – during an already enrapturing and unnerving sequence that introduces the sickly black comedic tone of the film via voiceover and images of exquisite self-reflexivity, we are introduced to the din of the plot in chaotic overlapping audio and images. 1,279 more words
Zack Snyder’s patchy filmography makes him a reliably easy target for any film student wishing to critique his mishandled use of cinematic storytelling. His directorial projects are not only structurally flawed but visually inept, utilising his multi-million dollar budgets in the same way a 13 year old might if given £2000,000 to decorate his room with whatever looked ‘coolest’ with no regard for functionality or purpose. 887 more words
For Suda51, videogames seem to be a kind of professional afterlife to working in a morgue, allowing him to creatively re-articulate his prior craft. The very structure of games focuses on cycles of death and revival, in which sequences of play are continually punctuated with “game over” screens. 193 more words