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au·teur·ism

 (ō-tûr′ĭz′əm)
au·teur′ist adj. & n.
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Phantom Thread" -- Daniel Day-Lewis gives a powerful performance as an obsessive dress designer in 1950s London who falls for a waitress (Vicky Krieps) in Paul Thomas Anderson's ode to extravagance and tyrannical auteurism.
He explores the historical evolution and foundations of the idea of authorship and the foundation of auteurism in film criticism through Cahiers du Cinema and the writings of Andrew Sarris; the principles underlying the practice of auteur criticism, including agency and cultural mediation, as well as authorship in art cinema and the avant-garde; the director in the classic Hollywood system and the relationships of would-be auteur-directors with other factors of production and different creative contributors, as well as the implications of the hierarchy of directorship in the studio system; examples of Cecil B.
However, the field is also prone to a calcifying romanticism, particularly in its perpetuation of and nostalgia for auteurism, as well as tumbling down thematic rabbit holes detached from the realities of film production.
A product of the marriage between Parisian intellectuals and the Cinephilia, auteurism as a movement emerged to assert that the cinema is a ".
I wouldn't say that I found this disappointing, since after all these Archie comics have never been subjected to straightforward literary analysis the first time; but to me the more interesting parts of Beaty's book are when Archie comics refuse to be read in terms of mastery and auteurism at all.
Linda Harverty Rugg's compelling arguments in regard to auteurism and the director's self-projection pave the way for other scholarly works that might consider women authors and the issues of gender, race, and ethnicity through cinematic self-projection.
For White, those terms include auteurism, cultural authenticity, women's genres, regional networks, and human rights.
It has been commonly held that a decline in critical interest in Fellini is linked to the decline of historical auteurism as a critical practice.
Attacking the cult of auteurism that had developed in his own magazine, Cahiers du cinema, Andre Bazin said "This does not mean that one has to deny the role of the auteur, but simply give him back the preposition without which the noun auteur remains but a halting concept.
0 phase of their careers and developed a branded cinema, what Corrigan (2003) calls the "commerce of auteurism," featuring easily recognized themes and visual styles.
Some of this is simple auteurism at work: If there's a reason why this year's best picture race feels a bit lopsided, it's probably because Clint Eastwood or Wes Anderson were always more likely to generate frontrunner attention than emerging, marginalized and/ or foreign-born filmmakers like Gina Prince-Bythewood or James Gray.
This chapter is distinctive in its emphasis on auteurism for further research in the relations between Indian film and Shakespeare.