Posted: July 8, 2010 Filed under: Action, British Cinema, European Cinema, Faces, Film, Film Studies, Finding Words, Hollywood, Linking Spaces, Versus | Tags: Alberto Cavalcanti, BF Taylor, British Cinema, Charles Laughton, Chris Columbus, Dawn of the Dead, European Cinema, Faces, Film Studies, George Romero, Home Alone, Lillian Gish, Macaulay Culkin, Night of the Hunter, Night of the Living Dead, Robert Mitchum, Versus, Went the Day Well?, Words
Beginning off-screen and beyond then thrusting inward; a movement that forever ruptures the sanctity of the skin of the frame.
Posted: December 21, 2009 Filed under: British Cinema, European Cinema, Faces, Film, Film Studies, Finding Words, Hollywood, Ozu | Tags: Robin Wood
Responsibility Critic Explore Value Personal Engagement Experience Vital Contact Questioning Response Project Significance Disagreement Voice Insight Awakening Tensions Balance Honesty
Posted: October 9, 2009 Filed under: Faces, Film Studies, Finding Words, Hollywood | Tags: Broken Blossoms, DW Griffith, Faces, Film Studies, Hollywood, Lillian Gish, Words
Faces loom and shine here like new stars spied hanging in the night for the very first time every time.
Posted: July 16, 2009 Filed under: Faces, Film Studies, Finding Words, Hollywood | Tags: Candace Hilligoss, Carnival of Souls, Faces, Film Studies, Herk Harvey, Independent, Words
As Mary staggers from the river her expression prefigures a shift from body horror to the horror of being nobody.
Posted: July 5, 2009 Filed under: Faces, Finding Words, Hollywood | Tags: Film, Film Criticism, Film Studies, Golden Age, Hollywood, Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Max Ophuls
As Leopold stands his head leaves the frame. We always knew there was no room in Lisa’s life for him.