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... Tonight. A woman from Charlottesville. She’s flying in to close a negotiation on her husband’s estate. Julian drinking soda First time? Anne Yeah. She’s meeting with Smith, Silberman,...

Smoke (2010)

Directed by

Wayne Wang

Written by

Paul Auster

Screenplay

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... Building In Park Slope (Third Floor) Shot of a little brown cigar, burning in an ashtray. The camera pulls back to reveal Paul at his desk. He is writing in long hand, using a pad of yellow legal paper. An old Smith-Corona typewriter is also...
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... in Harlem for $500 today – but I just deal high-quality goods to high-quality people. pause Now this may be a little big for practical use, in which case I’d recommend the .38 Smith and Wesson Special. Fine solid gun – nickel-plated. Snub-nosed,...

Nobody Home

The Griffith Project Volume 10 : Films Produced in 1919–46

British Film Institute, 2006

Book

3

... (Crandall Park); Vera McGinnis (Mollie Rourke); George Fawcett (Rockaway Smith); Emily Chichester (Sally Smith); Rodolph [sic] Valentine [Valentino] (Maurice Rennard); Norman McNeil (Rosebud Miller); Kate V. Toncray (The strong minded aunt);...

Supervised By D.W. Griffith?

The Griffith Project Volume 12 : Essays on D.W. Griffith

British Film Institute, 2008

Book

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... BRED IN THE BONE (Reliance; a Mutual Masterpicture) – 7 October 1915 (4 r.); prod. no. 309; started: 13 February 1915; completed: 31 March 1915; cost: $5,129.65; dir.: Paul Powell; sc.: Russell E. Smith, based on writings of Frank Kinsella;...

The Escape

The Griffith Project Volume 8 : Films Produced in 1914–15

British Film Institute, 2004

Book

3

... not copyrightedDirector: D.W. GriffithScenario: not knownSource: The Escape, the play (1913) by Paul ArmstrongCamera: G.W. BitzerConstruction: Samuel De Vall?Film editors: James Smith, Rose Richtel (according to modern sources)Technical...

The Battle of The Sexes

The Griffith Project Volume 8 : Films Produced in 1914–15

British Film Institute, 2004

Book

2

... Standard”, the story by Daniel Carson Goodman (publication undetermined)Camera: G.W. BitzerFilm editors: James Smith, Rose Richtel (according to modern sources)Cast: Donald Crisp (Frank Andrews); Lillian Gish (Jane, his daughter); Robert Harron...

Invisible Rhythms: Tracking Aesthetic Perception in Film and the Visual Arts

Seeing into Screens : Eye Tracking and the Moving Image

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

Book

2

... or is directed by intentional and voluntary actions. The philosopher of art Paul Crowther (2010: 39) argues that the phenomenal properties of a work are a necessary condition for aesthetic engagement but are not sufficient to understand visual pleasure...

Woody, Buzz and the Koons Corollary ... Or Why Toy Story Is Art

Toy Story : How Pixar Reinvented the Animated Feature

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... meaning and affect is revealed through its use and reuse, demonstrating an oscillation between its status as a design idiom, its functional purpose, and its associative and symbolic implications and interaction’.Paul Wells, ‘Chairy Tales: Object...

Amores Perros

British Film Institute, 2003

Focused Study

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...Amores Perros (2000) speaks to an international audience while never oversimplifying its local culture. This study of this film opens up that culture, revealing the film's relationship to television soap operas, pop music and contemporary...