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Second episode of Theory and History of Cinema – The Cinema of Narrative Integrity
In the second episode I talk about the 93th Academy Awards and the presence of disabled people during the gala.
TellTellingCinema is a non-cyclical series of podcasts devoted to cinema related issues. In the first episode I discuss the exploitation of women (and not only) in cinema (and not only).
This is probably the only list I will ever create with as many as 5 Netflix movies. In 2021, I wish all of us a quick end to all pandemics and plague.
For Soda, the prism of the camera is a tool for learning about the world from the level of carte blanche, from the level of a child looking at it with senses and emotions, not experience.
“Miso” means “happiness”. This is the name of the main character, although she is far from experiencing this feeling. There is no time for this, because from morning to night…
Mikami is a former yakuza who has been released after 13 years of prison. Despite the fact that the protagonist does not show special remorse for the murder he did years earlier, he decides to try to start life anew, this time legally, honestly.
“Verdict” is a shocking film that takes no prisoners. Raymund Ribay Gutierrez draws his story with such ruthless, naturalistic at times, firmness…
There is no doubt that VR has opened new avenues for apologists for immersive interactivity in the cinema. The film diegesis opens up to viewers…
“Beauty Water” by Cho Kyung-hun is an animation involved in the fight against the universal perception of human beauty and media patterns…