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Monthly Archive for September, 2008

Since this week we’ve been talking about character and about the ways in which characters can be evoked on film, I’d like to make a point about the role that setting plays in the construction of characters, since I think that, out of all films I’ve had a close look at, Annie Hall is the […]

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While Annie Hall is definitely one of my favorite films of all time – and very special for me because it was precisely this film, due to its ingenuity and formal audacity, that made me want to go into screenwriting – reading Rosenblum’s account of the editing process just made me regret that I am […]

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I find the concept of reflexivity extremely interesting in the context of film narration, and I definitely hope we will be exploring this more as the semester progresses. More specifically, I’ve been thinking about the various degrees of reflexivity that a certain narrative style can exhibit, and how sometimes the difference in degree lies in […]

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