The main body of the text is organized around the collection of reproductions of the artistAEs book covers, intercutting
the Steven HellerAEs essay on GoreyAEs work with examples at first and then yielding to page after page of full color reproductions.
Originally conceived as a three-parter tracing a young woman's fateful homecoming to her native city of Brussels, the pic has been reconfigured to form a single, nonlinear whole, interweaving charged images from different times of the heroine's day, and intercutting
shots of an urban landscape in continual transition with deeply interpersonal exchanges in several languages.
Director Sarah Townsend attempts to understand the creative genius at work by meeting the people who know Izzard best - including his father and fellow performers Robin Williams and George Clooney - and intercutting
behind the scenes footage from his 2010 tour with childhood home movies.
of the four shows creates some continuity errors as Mick changes clothes mid-verse and Keef guitars, but this is essential roots rocking stuff.
Palmer draws parallels between real life and Turandot by intercutting
scenes from a production he staged where Elvira becomes the vengeful Turandot, and Doria the self-sacrificing servant girl, Liu.
We Are Dad gets the conflict on-screen, intercutting
interviews with antigay sources like Paul Cameron and Florida legislator Randy Ball on the supposed dangers of homosexual parenting with scenes of Roger, Steve, and the kids at home.
often startling dream imagery and using a variety of optical and sonic effects throughout the narrative, he challenges the conventions of dramatic action and character development.
There's no narrative here and not much intercutting
or other editing-room legerdemain--just a stately procession of decontextualized clips, many in slow motion.
But not as bad as the choice the producers made in intercutting
their vows with Jamie's deathbed scene.
THIS documentary recounts the dramatic story of the 1980 hostage crisis in the Iranian Embassy, intercutting
the first-hand testimony of those involved, together with archive footage filmed at the time.
The tension is heightened by the distinctive direction of Gary Fleder who keeps the audience on their toes by mixing the story up by intercutting
the present with explanatory flashbacks.
Using split-screens and intercutting
between the four different playlets at each stage of development, helmers Elisabeth Sperling and Trish Dalton maintain nervous tension while revealing the quasi-miraculous process of building scripts, songs and characters out of thin air.