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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...

Patlabor – Mobile Police (Kido keisatsu Patoreiba)

Philip Brophy

Philip Brophy is a film director, composer and sound designer. He is founder of the Cinesonic International Conference of Film Scores and Sound Design from which he has edited three books on film sound and music, the most recent being Cinesonic: Experiencing The Soundtrack (AFTRS Publishing, Sydney 2002). He has also written for The Wire, London, and Film Comment. He teaches cinema studies at RMIT University, Australia, and is the author of the BFI Screen Guides 100 Modern Soundtracks (2004) and 100 Anime (2005). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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100 Anime : BFI Screen Guides

British Film Institute, 2005

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...A dumb question to be asked of any of the innumerable anime dealing with giant robots driven by humans is ‘but how could a single person operate something so big?’ Yet that is the serious question posed by the Patlabor – Mobile Police...

‘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...

‘Do you have a pen?’ The Origin of the Film

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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...Memento Mori So we end at the beginning; the seed of an idea is always the hardest to trace, artists of any sort often reluctant to pinpoint their source of inspiration. Like many films, Memento ‘is based upon’ a literary source...

‘I have to believe in the world outside my own mind.’. Releasing 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 US release On 24 March 2000, the unthinkable happened: Memento was passed over. The Friday before Oscar weekend, three screenings were arranged in Los Angeles for distributors. Memento’s producers, Jennifer and Suzanne Todd, the sister...

‘Nice shot, Leibovitz!’ The Production

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 casting Time to take another step back in Memento’s production. The casting process began in earnest from an early stage. ‘It’s such a fascinating part of making movies,’ says Jennifer Todd. ‘How you come so close to making...

Glimpses of Eternity: Stanley Kubrick’s Time Machines

Jeremi Szaniawski

Jeremi Szaniawski is Assistant Professor of comparative literature and film studies in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA. He is the editor of Directory of World Cinema: Belgium and the author of The Cinema of Alexander Sokurov: Figures of Paradox (both 2014), as well as the translator, into French, of Thomas Elsaesser’s and Malte Hagener’s Film Theory: An Introduction Through the Senses (2011) and Alexander Sokurov’s V tsentre okeana (2015). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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After Kubrick : A Filmmaker’s Legacy

Bloomsbury Academic, 2020

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...Whoever the director may be, and however perceptively he has filmed and edited his movie, he can never have the same experience that the audience has when it sees the film for the first time. The director’s first time is the first reading...