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     Christopher Nolan's Letter on the Future of Cinema

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Films of the Future Will Still Draw People to Theaters By Christopher Nolan In the '90s, newly accessible video technology gave adventurous filmmakers (such as Lars von Trier and his colleagues in the filmmaking movement Dogme 95) an unprecedented wedge for questioning the form of motion pictures. The resulting 20-year process of r ... < < < more > > > less < < <



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     The Best Film of All Time Is…

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Every 10 years since 1952, British film magazine 'Sight and Sound' has published a list of the 'Ten Greatest Films of All Time.' Since 1962, 'Citizen Kane' has topped the list. On 2012, Alfred Hitchcock´s 'Vertigo' dethroned 'Citizen Kane.' --------------------------------------------------------------- Roger Ebert responds ... < < < more > > > less < < <



#sight and sound #bfi #vertigo #citizen kane #classics #film classics #auteur #orson welles #hitchcock #roger ebert

 
 
 

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