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Title: ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies


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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
A is for . . . .
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Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
African American Cinema
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Robert Altman (1925-2006)
  • MASH
  • Brewster McCloud
  • McCabe and Mrs. Miller
  • Nashville
  • Three Women
  • The Player

American
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  • Lindsay Anderson (1923-1994)
  • This Sporting Life
  • If
  • O Lucky Man!

British
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Animation
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
Art Cinema
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
The Avant-Garde
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Bis for . . . .
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  • Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007)
  • The Seventh Seal
  • Wild Strawberries
  • Persona
  • Through a Glass Darkly
  • Fanny and Alexander

Swedish
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The Blacklist
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  • Robert Bresson (1901-1999)
  • Diary of a Country Priest
  • Trial of Joan of Arc

French
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  • Luis Bunuel (1900-1983)
  • Un Chien Andalou
  • Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoise
  • Viridiana
  • The Exterminating Angel
  • Belle je jour
  • That Obscure Object of Desire

Spanish
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Cis for . . . .
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Jane Campion (1954- ) Sweetie The Piano Portrait
of a Lady In the Cut
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Frank Capra (American, 1899-1970)
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John Cassavetes (1929- )
  • Faces
  • Husbands
  • A Woman Under the Influence
  • Gloria

American
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Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
Censorship
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Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977)
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Easy Street (Charlie Chaplin, 1917)
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
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Cinema of Attractions
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Jean Cocteau (France, 1889-1963) Poetry is
indispensable. I wish I knew what for. Beauty
and the Beast Orphee The Blood of the Poet
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Hollywood Cinema and Beyond
Columbia Pictures
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
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Counter-Cinema
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  • Michael Curtiz (1888-1962)
  • Casablanca
  • Mildred Pierce

Hungarian-American
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Dis for . . . .
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Documentary
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Kino-Eye Man with a Movie Camera (Dizga Vertov,
1929)
(Vertov, 1896-1954)
Life caught unaware
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  • Cinéma Vérité
  • AKA Direct Cinema
  • Documentary filmmaking style that began in the
    1950s/early 1960s Technologically inspiredby the
    advent of lightweight portable cameras and
    sync-sound equipment to capture events as they
    happen on location, without a script
  • Inspirations Lumiere Brothers, Vertov,
    Neo-Realism, Free Cinema
  • Key Americans D.A. Pennebaker, Albert and David
    Maysles, and Richard Leacock

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  • Cinéma Vérité
  • Direct vs. Vérité According to Erik Barnouw
    (Documentary)
  • direct cinema hopes to find a crisis while
    shooting cinéma vérité wishes to precipitate
    one
  • Direct cinema an invisible observer
    (Leacocks "the fly on the wall") cinéma vérité
    an unabashed participant
  • For both filming events as they transpire leads
    to what Rouch has called a "privileged moment,"
    in which a truth about the subject of the film is
    revealed. To what extent the presence of the
    camera affects the real-life situation, and thus
    compromises this truth, has been a hotly debated
    issue.
  • --Thanks to Baseline Encyclopedia of Film

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  • Free Cinema
  • Documentary film movement originating in England,
    1956-1959
  • Spawned by the journal Sequence.
  • Founders Lindsay Anderson, Karel Reisz, Tony
    Richardson, Andersons motto "No Film Can Be Too
    Personal.
  • Governing principles
  • Freedom of propaganda
  • Obliviousness to box office appeal.
  • Embrace of the filmmakers freedom
  • Ordinary people and everydaynessthe primary
    focus
  • The image speaks. Sound amplifies and comments.
  • Size is irrelevant.
  • Perfection is not an aim.
  • An attitude means a style. A style means an
    attitude.

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Carl Dreyer (1888-1968) Vampyre The Passion of
Joan of Arc Day of Wrath
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Eis for . . . .
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
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Event Cinema
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ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies
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Exhibition and Reception
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Fis for . . . .
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Female Authorship
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Feminist Counter-Cinema
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Robert Flaherty (1884-1951)
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  • John Ford (1895-1973)
  • My Darling Clementine
  • Fort Apache
  • She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
  • The Searchers

American
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Stagecoach (John Ford, 1939)
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Fourth World/Indiginous Cinema
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G is for . . . .
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D. W. Griffith (American, 1875-1948)
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Birth of a Nation (D. W. Griffith, 1915)
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H is for . . . .
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Howard Hawks (American, 1896-1977)
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High Concept
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  • Alfred Hitchcock (1889-1980)
  • Rear Window
  • Rope
  • Notorious
  • Spellbound
  • North by Northwest
  • Vertigo
  • Psycho
  • The Birds

British-American
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  • John Huston (1906-1987)
  • The Maltese Falcon
  • Moby-Dick
  • African Queen
  • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

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I is for . . . .
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Independent Cinema
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Indiewood Hollywood Dollywood Wellywood
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J is for . . . .
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K is for . . . .
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  • Eliza Kazan (1909-2003 )
  • On the Waterfront
  • A Streetcar Named Desire
  • East of Eden

Turkish-American
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Buster Keaton (1895-1966)
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King Kong (Merian C. Cooper Ernest B.
Schoedsack, 1933)
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Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999)
"Like the monolith in 2001, Stanley Kubrick was
a force of supernatural intelligence, appearing
at great intervals amid high-pitched shrieks, who
gives the world a violent kick up the next rung
of the evolutionary ladder."--David Denby
American
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Japanese
  • Akira Kurosowa (1910-1998)
  • The Seven Samurai
  • Kagemusha
  • Rashomon
  • Ran
  • Dreams

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Fritz Lang (German-American, 1890-1976)
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  • David Lean (1908-1991)
  • Lawrence of Arabia
  • Doctor Zhivago
  • Bridge Over the River Kwai
  • A Passage to India

British
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  • Sergio Leone (1929-1989)
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • For a Few Dollars More
  • Once Upon a Time in the West
  • Once Upon a Time in America

Italian
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Ernst Lubitsch (German-American, 1892-1947)
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Mis for . . . .
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The Marx Brothers (Harpo, Groucho, Zeppo,
Chico)(American)
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MGM
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Oscar Micheaux (1884-1951)
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  • Vincent Minnelli (1910-1986)
  • Meet Me in St. Louis
  • Madame Bovary
  • Brigadoon
  • Father of the Bride

American
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Miramax
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Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (Frank Capra, 1936
Cooper, Jean Arthur, Capra)
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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Frank Capra, 1939)
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Mira Nair (1957- ) Vanity Fair Monsoon
Wedding Kama Sutra Mississippi Masala Salaam
Bombay!
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Neo-Realism The neo-realists are concerned to
make cinema the asymptote of reality but in order
that it should ultimately be life itself that
becomes spectacle, in order that life might in
this perfect mirror be visible poetry, be the
self into which film finally changes it. --Andre
Bazin, What is Cinema? Roberto Rossellini
Vittorio De Sica Cesare Zavattini Federico
Fellini
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Neo-Realism
The Movements Chief Theoretician Cesare
Zavattini
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Neo-Realism
De Sica and Zavattini
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  • Vittorio de Sica (1902-1974)
  • Umberto D
  • The Bicycle Thief

Italian
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  • Michelangelo Antonioni (1912-2007)
  • LNotte
  • LEcclise
  • LAvventura
  • Blow-Up
  • Zabriskie Point
  • The Passenger

Italian
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  • Federico Fellini (1920-1993)
  • La Strada
  • La Dolce Vita
  • 8 1/2
  • Fellini-Satyricon
  • Juliet of the Spirits
  • Amarcord

Italian
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Federico Fellini
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  • Roberto Rossellini (1906-1977)
  • Open City

Italian
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Neo-Realism The Bicycle Thief
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New Hollywood
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New Distribution, Exhibition, and Reception
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Nouvelle vague/New Wave Resnais Camus Rohmer
Godard Malle Truffaut
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  • New Wave
  • The impact of Alexandre Astruc cinema as the
    art of the age camera-stylo camera-pen
  • André Bazins influence Cahiers du Cinema
  • The break with literature
  • Location shooting
  • New approach to acting
  • Independence from studios
  • The centrality of the director (birth of the
    auteur theory)

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  • Alain Resnais (1922- )
  • Last Year at Marienbad
  • Hiroshima, Mon Amour

French
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  • Marcel Camus (1912-1982)
  • Black Orpheus

French
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Éric Rohmer(1920- ) La Collectionneuse (The
Collector) Ma Nuit chez Maud (My Night with
Maud) Le Genou de Claire (Claire's Knee) L'Amour
l'après-midi (Chloe in the Afternoon, Love in the
Afternoon) Die Marquise von O... (The Marquise
of O) Le Signe du lionLa Femme de l'aviateur (The
Aviator's Wife) Le Beau marriage (A Good
Marriage) Pauline à la plage (Pauline at the
Beach) Le Rayon vert (The Green Ray) Conte de
printemps (A Tale of Springtime) Conte d'hiver (A
Winter's Tale) Conte d'été (A Summer's Tale)
Conte d'automne (Autumn Tale)
French
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  • Jean-Luc Godard (1930- )
  • Breathless
  • Weekend
  • The Chinese
  • Masculine/Feminine
  • Two or Three Things I Know About Her

French
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French
  • Louis Malle (1932-1995)
  • The Lovers
  • A Very Private Affair
  • Murmur of the Heart
  • Pretty Baby
  • Atlantic City
  • Au revoir les enfants
  • My Dinner with Andre
  • Damage

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  • François Truffaut (1932-1984)
  • 400 Blows
  • Jules and Jim
  • Day for Night
  • Shoot the Piano Player

French
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Niche Marketing
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Mike Nichols (1931- )
  • Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf
  • The Graduate
  • Catch-22
  • Angels in America
  • Charlie Wilsons War

German-American
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  • Yasujiro Ozu (1930-1963)
  • Tokyo Story

Japanese
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P is for . . . .
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  • Pier Paolo Pasolini(1922-1975)
  • Accatone
  • The Decameron
  • The Canterbury Tales
  • The Thousand One Nights
  • The Hundred and Twenty Days of Sodom

Italian
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Sam Peckinpah (1925-1984)
  • Ride the High Country
  • The Wild Bunch
  • Straw Dogs
  • The Getaway
  • Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
  • Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid

American
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Arthur Penn (1922- )
  • The Left-Handed Gun
  • The Miracle Worker
  • Bonnie and Clyde
  • Alices Restaurant
  • Little Big Man

American
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  • Roman Polanski (1933- )
  • Repulsion
  • Knife in the Water
  • Chinatown
  • Rosemarys Baby
  • Macbeth
  • The Pianist

Polish-American
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Edwin S. Porter (1870-1941)
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Postcolonial Cinema
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Postwar Globalization
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Q is for . . . .
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Queer Cinema
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R is for . . . .
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  • Nicholas Ray (1911-1979)
  • Johnny Guitar
  • Rebel Without a Cause
  • Knock on Any Door

American
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  • Satyajit Ray (1902-1992)
  • Pather Panchali
  • Aparajito

Indian
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  • Carol Reed (1906-1976)
  • The Third Man
  • Our Man in Havana
  • The Agony and the Ecstasy
  • Oliver!

British
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Jean Renoir (France, 1894-1979) Rules of the
Game Grand Illusion
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Leni Riefenstahl (Germany, 1902-2003) Triumph of
the Will Olympia
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RKO Pictures
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S is for . . . .
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Silent v. Sound (Singin in the Rain)
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  • Douglas Sirk (1910-1987)
  • Imitation of Life
  • Magnificent Obsession
  • All That Heaven Allows
  • Written on the Wind

German-American
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  • George Stevens (1904-1975)
  • Shane
  • Giant
  • The Diary of Anne Frank
  • The Greatest Story Ever Told

American
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Preston Sturges (1898-1959) The Great
McGinty The Lady Eve Sullivan's Travels The Palm
Beach Story The Miracle of Morgan's Creek Hail
the Conquering Hero
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Surrealism
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T is for . . . .
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Irving Thalberg (1899-1936)
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U is for . . . .
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Underground/Experimental Film
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Maya Deren (1917-1961)
  • Meshes of the Afternoon
  • Ritual in Transfigured Time
  • Divine Horseman

Russian-American
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  • Stan Brakhage (1933-2003)
  • Dog Star Man

American
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  • Andy Warhol
  • (1928-1987)
  • Empire
  • Sleep
  • Bw Job
  • Eat

American
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  • Jordan Belson (1926- )
  • Transmutation
  • Mandala
  • Re-Entry
  • Samadhi
  • Cosmos
  • Chakra
  • Music of the Spheres

American
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Universal Studios
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Vis for . . . .
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Josef Von Sternberg (Germany, 1894-1969) Blue
Angel Morocco Blonde Venus Shanghai Express
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Jean Vigo (France, 1905-1934) Zero de
Conduite LAtalante
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Erich von Stroheim (1885-1957)
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W is for . . . .
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Raoul Walsh (1997-1980) The Roaring
Twenties White Heat They Died with Their Boots
on They Drive by Night
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Warner Brothers
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  • Billy Wilder (1906-2002)
  • Double Indemnity
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • Some Like It Hot
  • The Apartment
  • Ace in the Hole

Polish-American
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  • Ed Wood (1924-1978)
  • Plan 9 from Outer Space
  • Glen and Glenda

American
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World War I and Film
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  • William Wyler (1902-1981)
  • The Best Years of Our Lives
  • Wuthering Heights
  • The Little Foxes
  • Roman Holiday

American
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X is for . . . .
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Zero for Conduct (Jean Vigo, 1933)
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