cinephilia


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cinephilia

avid moviegoing. — cinephile, n., adj.
See also: -Phile, -Philia, -Phily
avid moviegoing. — cinephile, n., adj.
See also: Films
Translations
cinefilia
cinefilia
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De Mille, Ernst Lubitsch, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Fritz Lang, Max Ophuls, Douglas Sirk, Raoul Walsh, Jacques Tourneur, Josef von Sternberg, Orson Welles, Nicholas Ray, Samuel Fuller, and Jerry Lewis; the origins and development of auteur cinephilia and examples of films capturing sublime moments; and the changing nature of Hollywood and the auteur from the late 1970s, with the rise of directors like George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
In addition, four grantee projects have been selected for key initiatives at the Marche Du Film (Cannes Film Market); Spring Grant 2015 recipient Alam, The Flag (Palestine, France, Qatar/2017) by Firas Khoury and The Translator (Syria, Jordan, France, Qatar/2017) by Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf screen in the Cinefondation's Atelier; The Maiden's Pond (Lebanon, Germany, Qatar) by Bassem Breche, Fall Grant 2016 recipient and Qumra 2017 project, has been selected to the La Fabrique des Cinemas du Monde, and You Will Die At Twenty by Amjad Abu Alala (Sudan, Egypt, Qatar), a Spring Grants 2016 recipient and Qumra 2017 development project, will be presented at the first edition of the Cinephilia Bound Cannes programme in partnership with the Maison Des Scenaristes.
According to its site, Diaz's triumph signifies that the fest has a 'high degree of cinephilia (love for cinema) .
Serra's cinephilia asserts itself in copious clips from classic films, including the finale from Raoul Walsh's High Sierra of 1941 (also a Fassbinder favorite); the campy Liebestod from King Vidor's Duel in the Sun (1946); the head-stomping, alligator-chomping Colosseum games from Cecil B.
A product of the marriage between Parisian intellectuals and the Cinephilia, auteurism as a movement emerged to assert that the cinema is a ".
Learning to Love the Movies: Puzzles, Participation, and Cinephilia in Interwar European Magazines.
De Valck usefully recapitulates the historical framework she proposed in her Film Festivals: From European Geopolitics to Global Cinephilia (2007), breaking down the different 'ages' of film festivals; here, she shifts the emphasis to the different programming strategies at work in different periods, unpacking the ways in which the cinephilic strategies of the 'Age of Programmers' (1968 to the early 1980's) have changed as festivals professionalize and proliferate, carving out new niches for ever more specific audiences, in one mode, and catering more and more broadly to less 'cine-literate' audiences in another.
This edition of the festival augmented its slate of Lebanese films with three programs of works from outside the country -- a selection of short dance films assembled in collaboration with Amsterdam's Cinedans festival, a cluster of Iraqi shorts, all of which emerged from Baghdad Camera, a three-week workshop conducted by ARTE last year, and "Cinephila filmmakers to Watch," assembled by Cinephilia Productions, an independent production house founded by New York-based Lebanese filmmaker Darine Hoteit.
Pigott ties this fetishising of tactility to Cornell's own cinephilia, and identifies this same cinephilic impulse in Rose Hobart, a film borne of Cornell's simultaneous adoration of and dissatisfaction with the original work.
There's intelligence here, even a sense of cinephilia -- there's a glimpse of a poster for the 1947 Lady in the Lake , which pioneered this first-person style before it was taken over by videogames -- but the film dies by its own amoral emptiness.
In addition to curiosity, manipulation and sense of humour embedded in the interventions we explored above, cinephilia is key to understand Herzog's presence in these films.
11) In film theory, discourses of cinephilia are concerned with heightened moments such as these, but a broad lack of attentiveness to style in television means that televisual instances have to date gone relatively untheorised.