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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No wonder many viewers save their love -- the passion that once fed cinephilia -- for Game of Thrones.
Postwall German cinema; history, film history and cinephilia.
Summary: Filmmaker and founder of Cinephilia Productions Darine Hotait has recently created a lab called the Cinephilia Intensive Screenwriting Lab For Shorts, which sets out to help writers and filmmakers come up with a script.
Also screening is the short film Lost Crossing, starring Melissa McBride from The Walking Dead, the student short, Cinephilia, the music video Upon Your Enemy, and the web series pilot, Event Zero.
Cinephilia is more often than not an impure object that allows personal fantasies to construct what the philosopher Gilles Deleuze calls "any space whatever" in the virtual, where anything connects up with anything without much respect to tradition or cultural domicile.
Guerin is, no doubt, a figure of the avant-garde, but he is defined by an intense cinephilia.
The new cinephilia seems to be not so much about films that strive to be great art, such as Citizen Kane, and that use cinema's entire arsenal of effects to make a grand statement, but more about works that have personal meaning to the critic.
Cinephilia in contemporary cinema: continuities and breakaways
Nauseating and seductive, the product of an author wearing his Franco- and cinephilia on both bloody sleeves, The Marbled Swarm purports to be the confessions of a cannibal and bon vivant raised in "Paris"--a warren of secret passages and clandestine cabals--and schooled by his father to talk what amounts to a mesmeric line of bullshit: the titular "marbled swarm" which, like the Western Canon, has the power to cloud men's minds.
Gary Bettison carefully analyzes both 2046 and In the Mood for Love illustrating how director Wong Kar-wai, "approaching traditional genres with both affection and irreverence" (184), combines cinephilia and a genre hybrid style to build enigmatic film narratives.
Cinephilia has always been small, but never that small.
To unlock the latent cinephilia in more casual filmgoers.