ultrarealism

ultrarealism

(ˌʌltrəˈrɪəˌlɪzəm)
n
extreme or intense realism
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Hall, Steve, and Simon Winlow 2015 Revitalizing Criminological Theory: Towards a New UltraRealism. London: Routledge.
On "Ultrarealism": Borges and Bioy Casares (The Interlacing of the Imagination and Memory on the Thresholds of Other Worlds).
It then considers factors that led to a shift from sacramental realism to a naive ultrarealism, sometimes approaching physicalism.
arguably putting further emphasis on the notion of going back to basics instead of CGI ultrarealism. This would be true if not for one glaring exception, the ultra-surreal Ryan, which won the Nelvana Independent Short Film Grand Prize.
You've often said that "ultrarealism"--you cite Harmony Korine as an example--is a kind of falsity, or contrivance, and that such modes as fairy tales are often more emotionally resonant.
(3) Raymond Fielding, "Hale's Tours: Ultrarealism in the Pre-1910 Motion Picture, in John Fell, ed, Film Before Griffith (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983)
Evolving from ultrarealism, poignancy, and emotionalism into a lyrical style that frequently crosses over to abstraction, Parks' photographs have brought him inernational fame.
Although American computer graphics is advanced in "ultrarealism," Reid thinks of that as a fad.