from Marie’s presentation.
Author Archives: Kevin L. Ferguson
The third of our learning goals is for students: « to be able to describe historical or industrial changes in cinematic adaptation. In both of Bazin’s essays, he makes reference to the histories of cinema, the novel, and theater to … Continue reading
“Pantomime and documentary films are prime examples of genuine film since they stem from the means of representation rather than merely transmit the content of a script.” (Arnheim, 64) “…the voice of the passion and the hesitation of the lover. … Continue reading
Link to Cricket on the Hearth, DW Griffith, 1909: http://video.yandex.ru/users/humus777/view/165/ Ivan the Terrible, Sergei Eisenstein, 1943/44: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQVPNlyJqOU
Robert Stam says “The intuitive sense of adaptation’s inferiority derives, I would speculate, from a constellation of substratal prejudices:” 1) the “a priori valorization of historical anteriority and seniority” 2) the “dichotomous thinking that presumes a bitter rivalry between film … Continue reading
Hello everyone, and welcome to the class blog for ENG 781: Film Adaptation. Here’s what you should do first: 1) If you have not done so for another class, sign up for a qwriting account (you do not need your own blog … Continue reading