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Dream and Ritual

Michael Frierson

Michael Frierson is a Professor in Media Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the author of Clay Animation: American Highlights 1908 to the Present (1994), which won the McLaren-Lambart Award from the National Film Board of Canada for the Best Scholarly Book on Animation for 1995. He teaches film theory, film/video production and editing, and has produced, shot and edited feature documentaries, as well as short films for Nickelodeon, Children’s Television Workshop, MSN Video, and AT&T Blue Room. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Film and Video Editing Theory : How Editing Creates Meaning

Routledge, 2018

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... Andrei Tarkovsky and Maya Deren Andrei Tarkovsky and Maya Deren are two filmmakers from different eras who made significant contributions to the art of filmmaking, and who also wrote theoretical works about their film practice. Taking...

Michal Leszczylowski

Roger Crittenden

Roger Crittenden: After a distinguished career at the BBC, where he gained a special award for sustained excellence as a film editor, he was recruited to the new National Film and Television School as Head of Editing and later became Director of the MA programme. While with the NFTS, he taught in Moscow, Mexico City, Manila, Copenhagen, Singapore, Brisbane Australia, and in Cuba. In 2014 he was given the first ever CILECT International Teaching Award for his outstanding contribution to media pedagogy. More recently, he was appointed Adjunct Professor of Film at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. Roger is the author of two books on editing, as well as a book on Truffaut’s Day For Night for the British Film Institute's Film Classic Series. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Fine Cuts : Interviews on the Practice of European Film Editing

Routledge, 2018

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... I talked with Michal over a leisurely lunch at an old established restaurant, Ulriksdals Värdhus, which is set in a royal estate overlooking an inlet on the outskirts of Stockholm. I was eager to learn how this man from Poland had ended...

Colour and/as Monochrome

Paul Coates

Paul Coates is Professor in the Film Studies Department of the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He is the author of The Story of the Lost Reflection (1985), The Gorgon's Gaze: German Cinema, Expressionism and the Image of Horror (1991) and Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy (2003). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinema and Colour : The Saturated Image

British Film Institute, 2010

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...The Dialectic of Colour and Black and White The terms ‘colour’ and ‘black and white’ enact a dialectic of simultaneous opposition and prickly supplementation, as white and black may also be seen as ‘colours’ and their supposed ‘opposition’...

Russia: Tarkovsky, Eisenstein and Christianity

Mark Le Fanu

Mark Le Fanu is a well-known writer on film who has contributed regular pieces and columns to Sight and Sound, Positif and the East-West Review. A former Lecturer in English at the University of Cambridge, he was from 1993-2008 Director of Studies in Film History at the European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark. He is the author of The Cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky (1987) and Mizoguchi and Japan (2005), which was shortlisted in its year of publication for the Krazna-Kraus Prize. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Believing in Film : Christianity and Classic European Cinema

I.B. Tauris, 2018

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...A modern Christian epic: Tarkovsky's Andrei Roublev.The epic quality of cinema spectacle has been a defining aspect of its identity since the experiments of Griffith and the Italians in the early teens of the twentieth century. Like...

Declensions Along One Side of the Colour Circle: from Yellow to Green to Blue

Paul Coates

Paul Coates is Professor in the Film Studies Department of the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He is the author of The Story of the Lost Reflection (1985), The Gorgon's Gaze: German Cinema, Expressionism and the Image of Horror (1991) and Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy (2003). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinema and Colour : The Saturated Image

British Film Institute, 2010

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...If yellow and blue, which we consider as the most fundamental and simple colours, are united as they first appear, in the first state of their action, the colour which we call green is their result. (Goethe, Theory of Colours, 801)Johan...

Balkan Film and History: The Politics of Historical Collage

Dina Iordanova

Dina Iordanova is the author of Cinema of Flames (2001) and co-editor of The BFI Companion to Eastern European and Russian Cinema (2000). She teaches in communication at the University of Leicester, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinema of Flames : Balkan Film, Culture and the Media

British Film Institute, 2001

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...While historians claim they work with a firm set of criteria to secure objectivity, film-makers have no illusions that in historical reconstruction there is an intricate selectivity as to what is remembered when, and what aspects...

Solaris

Mark Bould

MARK BOULD is Reader in Film and Literature at the University of the West of England, UK. He is the author of Science Fiction: The Routledge Film Guidebook (2012), The Cinema of John Sayles: Lone Star (2009), Film Noir: From Berlin to Sin City (2005), co-author of The Routledge Concise History of Science Fiction (2011), and co-editor of the Science Fiction Film and Television journal. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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British Film Institute, 2014

Focused Study

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...Despite being one of Andrei Tarkovsky’s most successful films, Solaris (1972) was the one he most disliked. This dismissal of his most generically marked film has often been accepted by those quick to embrace the image of Tarkovsky...