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FILM TO NOVEL The Look: From Film to Novel ~ An Essay in Comparative Narratology by Francois Jost



The Look: From Film to Novel

An Essay in Comparative Narratology

by

Francois Jost

July 31, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

FILM DIRECTOR Tarkovsky’s polaroids



From Poemas del do wang

It is not widely known that Tarkovsky, whose films often seem to be composed as a montage of still photos, in a period effectively took photos with a Polaroid camera. These photos, taken at home and in Italy, in spite of all their technical imperfections bear witness to the same way of seeing and visual world as the great films.

Tarkovsky’s polaroid’s



July 31, 2010 Posted by | film directors, film still, film techniques, Tarkovski | | Leave a comment

FILM STILL KIESLOWSKI Camera Buff [1979]









July 31, 2010 Posted by | film directors, film still, film [its techniques], Kieslowski, Krzysztof Kieślowski | , , | Leave a comment

FILM SCRIPT Lucky Number Slevin






Recently shown on British TV, Lucky Number Slevin, or Lucky # Slevin, stars Morgan Freedman, Ben Kingsley Lucey Liu and Bruce Willis. Directed by Paul McGuigan.

Production Notes

Explains who wrote it and how it got to be made.

Lucky Number Slevin  – dialogue transcript

Again, for those looking for scripts/screenplays to study and learn from, this one is not a script but a writing down presumably from watching the film itself, of the dialogue as heard. There is no guarantee it is accurate qua original script. Handy to have to hand to refer back to those snatches of dialogue that seem to stand out from the rest of the film – a movie which was not of top rank, even if quite a ‘page turner’.

July 6, 2010 Posted by | Film script/screenplay | Leave a comment

   

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