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For Whom Are the Movies? The Landscape of Movie Exhibition in the Gentrified City

The City in American Cinema : Film and Postindustrial Culture

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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...The existence of this volume bespeaks an underlying truth: for a long time now, the discourse around gentrification has been bound up in questions of culture, and scholars looking for an entry point into this relationship have often looked...
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...Beach at Malo les Bains – Continuous The longest, widest beach he’s ever seen, sunlight dazzling off the water, endless dark fences snaking across the sand and out into the water. Tommy squints – not fences, lines of men, hundreds...

Notes Toward a Hypertextual Theory of Narrative

New Screen Media : Cinema/Art/Narrative

British Film Institute, 2002

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...One of the effects of the development of cyberculture is a kind of retro-technological imagining, in which our media histories are remapped from the new vantage points of the digital domain. So, for instance, experimental literatures from...

‘Now … where was I?’ Assembling Memento

James Mottram

James Mottram is a film journalist and critic who has written The Making of Memento and The Sundance Kids: How The Mavericks Took Back Hollywood. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Making of Memento

Faber & Faber, 2011

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...The edit Dody Dorn first encountered Chris Nolan in an elevator, on the way up to her meeting with him. She had met Memento’s newly appointed production designer Patti Podesta before, though never worked with her, and when the position...
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...Black. The Gentle Sound of Wind in Corn A row of books. From spaces between them, dust falls. Interstellar Elderly Female Voice V.O. Sure. Dad was a farmer. Bright Corn Stalks Fill The Frame, Swaying in the Breeze Elderly Female...

‘It’s beer o’clock. And I’m buying.’. The Critical Response

James Mottram

James Mottram is a film journalist and critic who has written The Making of Memento and The Sundance Kids: How The Mavericks Took Back Hollywood. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Making of Memento

Faber & Faber, 2011

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...The Making of MementoFade In:INT. Derelict House – Day [Colour Sequence]A Polaroid photograph, clasped between finger and thumb, showing a crude, crime-scene flash picture of a man’s body lying on a decaying wooden floor, a bloody mess...

‘Just get these clothes on.’ Dressing Memento

James Mottram

James Mottram is a film journalist and critic who has written The Making of Memento and The Sundance Kids: How The Mavericks Took Back Hollywood. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Making of Memento

Faber & Faber, 2011

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...The production design Greg Araki’s 1999 romantic comedy Splendor marked a move away from the bleak Generation-X films, like The Living End and The Doom Generation, which he had made his name with. Set around a contemporary love-triangle...

Thematic Approaches

Eric R. Williams

Eric R. Williams has written professionally for American Movie Classics, Workshop Productions, Universal Studios, Grateful Films, and Fox Interactive. His screenplays have been workshopped at the Film Independent Producers Lab in Los Angeles, and have won three prestigious awards: Best New Work from the Writers Guild of America, Award for Individual Excellence in Screenwriting from the Ohio Arts Council, and an Emmy Award for Interactive Media. Eric is the author of the Routledge Focus book The Screenwriters Taxonomy. He is also an award-winning educator and the inaugural director of the MFA in Communication Media Arts program at Ohio University where he teaches screenwriting and virtual reality production. Eric earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University in Chicago, and his MFA from Columbia University in New York City. You can learn more by visiting his website: www.WilliamsOnStory.com. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screen Adaptation: Beyond the Basics : Techniques for Adapting Books, Comics, and Real-Life Stories into Screenplays

Focal Press, 2018

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... Thematic Approaches In 200–9, I had the pleasure of mentoring Michael Kortlander through his Honors tutorial thesis entitled Introducing the Literary Film: A Study of “Non- Recurring Phenomenon”—Unconventional Screenplays That Should...

Conclusion: How can we use art History in Filmmaking?

Gillian McIver

Gillian McIver is filmmaker and Lecturer in Film at the SAE Institute, London, UK. She has curated art exhibitions, and worked as a filmmaker in Russia and Germany, as well as Canada, and remains based in London. Her artist films have been screened internationally on every continent, and she also works as a producer and director. She has been Visiting Lecturer at many institutions, and has taught at Roehampton University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Art History for Filmmakers : The Art of Visual Storytelling

Fairchild Books, 2016

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...Whether we realize it or not, there is a relationship between the long history of art and what filmmakers do. Of course, no film is simply the product of its director; a film happens when the director puts together his or her vision of how...

Shooting the Movie

Dan Mirvish

Dan Mirvish is a director, screenwriter, producer, inventor and author. Mentored by Robert Altman on his first film, Omaha (the movie), Dan co-founded the Slamdance Film Festival. Dan's film Open House forced the Academy Awards® to rewrite their rules, and he also co-wrote the critically-acclaimed novel I Am Martin Eisenstadt. His award-winning film Between Us played in 23 festivals and sold to 144 countries. Dan’s latest film is Bernard and Huey, written by the legendary Jules Feiffer. He’s also written for Filmmaker Magazine, Indiewire and The Huffington Post. Dan has a master’s degree in film from USC and has guest lectured at UCLA, NYU, USC, CalArts and many other film schools. Once labelled a "cheerful subversive" by The New York Times, Mirvish was named one of Variety's Top 50 Creatives to Watch. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Cheerful Subversive’s Guide to Independent Filmmaking

Routledge, 2017

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... Casting Your Movie With A-List Actors OK, now that you’ve got your script, raised some money and have a team of collaborators, it’s finally time to start making your movie! But before you can shoot a frame, you’ve got to cast the film...