Hall, Steve, and Simon Winlow 2015 Revitalizing Criminological Theory: Towards a New UltraRealism
. London: Routledge.
": 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.