However, by adhering to such models she unwittingly and inescapably produces a cinematographic
image that runs counter to the regime's escapist values.
It is also a good starting point for a wider analysis that could include movies from other cinematographic
traditions (Indian, Thai, Australian, and Spanish in the case of the Western and an even larger variety in the case of the horror genre) as well as other blended subgenres that rely on the trope of the frontier (what Jonathan Rosenbaum calls the "Acid Western," space westerns, and science fiction westerns, among others) as their setting of choice.
In defining cinematographic
enunciation, Francesco Casetti applies Benveniste's view of enunciation from "The Formal Apparatus of Enunciation" to the cinematographic
language, holding it as "appropriation of the expressive possibilities of the cinema which give body and consistency to a film" (Casetti, 1998, 18).
With the revision of the cinema communication, it is to be hoped that this category of films, representing at most 20% of overall cinematographic
production, will not be penalised by restrictions the European Commission is trying to impose on our countries, in particular the ban on aid "territorialisation" - in other words the possibility for the country granting the aid to set conditions requiring the film to be shot and produced in its territory.
Then there is cinematographic
memory; film buffs will recognize, among other things, a passage from Jean-Luc Godard's Pierrot le fou (1965).
I daresay it's a fine piece of cinematographic
genius and boasts an all-star cast featuring the likes of Judi Dench and Kenneth Branagh, though I'm still not quite sure why it would necessarily appeal to fans of Hull FC or the Catalan Dragons.
The central idea of Cattrysse's discussion is that linguistic or literary translation and film adaptation are distinguished under the perspective of the process of production, because the filmic process of creation occurs in social contexts different from those of reception process since the social context of reception of a literary text is different from that of a cinematographic
com, India's premier research company in export import data, announced today that India's Optical, Photographic, Cinematographic
, Measuring, Checking, Precision, Medical or Surgical Instruments and Apparatus and its parts imports in May- 2013 has grew to US$ 573.
digitization of European cinematographic
works, President of the National Cinema Center of Armenia Gevorg Gevorgyan told ArmInfo
Our neighbouring building--Watson's Hotel (today's Esplanade Mansion)--was where the Lumiere brothers showed their first cinematographic
venture in July 1895.
S Perera, Charge d'Affaires, ensuing in an interactive discussion on his cinematographic
experience with the members of the staff.
The committee would also examine the role of central government and the powers of the state governments in allowing cinematographic
exhibition of films.