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Orpheus and Eurydice Orpheus was a beautiful musician who loved a nymph called Eurydice. They married and were very happy. Eurydice spent hours wandering and playing in the fields and woodlands. One day she trod on a deadly snake and died.
She went to the underworld. Orpheus was so unhappy, he would not eat or drink and his friends thought that he must die.
He took his lyre and went to visit Hades the god of the underworld, to plead for her life. He played his lyre and charmed Charon the ferry man into crossing the river Styx. Orpheus played his lyre to charm Hades, and eventually Hades relented and told him that Eurydice could follow him out of Hades, but only if he did not look back and see her.
Orpheus made his way carefully and slowly back to Charon, but then with only a tiny way to go he looked back.
As he did so Eurydice faded, she was pulled back into Hades A very unhappy Orpheus journeyed back over the river to come out of Hades. He had lost his true love forever. In Cocteau's version Orpheus is a poet who has to travel to the underworld.
Cocteau uses the visual device of a mirror as a gateway to the underworld. Throughout the film there are visual reference to mirrors and reflections.
By editing several scenes together see Photomontage Cocteau creates the illusion that Orphee passes through the mirror. At the key moment the camera cuts to the actors hands going into a vat of mercury - as if the mirror has turned to liquid.
A statue tells a young artist that to get out of his studio he has to go through a mirror.
In this earlier film Cocteau uses trick photography to make the mirror turn into liquid for the artist to pass through see the scene here. Rougeau has created a Droste effect - a particular type of repetitive image.
Alice goes through the mirror into a fantasy world populated by peculiar anthropomorphic creatures. This initial work involved Alice following the white rabbit down a rabbit hole into Wonderland and has become part of popular culture from cinema The Matrix to music Jefferson Airplane. NASA space colony project from the 's Even if today isn't great there is always tomorrow.
It is human nature to dream of a better future and artists have often explored this ideas in images and created Futuristic Utopia's. Mostly known for the covers he made for progressive rock bands such as YES and ASIA always featuring fantastic landscapes and creatures and crazy type work, he also did most of the covers for the video game development house Psygnosis responsible for Barbarian, Shadow of the Beast and many other classics and of course their logo.
These images now seem kitsch and are reminiscent of the work of Salvador Dali. A lot of modern photoshop art seems to a similar kitsch feel. We have chosen to by pass the decaying Bauhaus image which is an insult to functionalism.
You can roll out steel — any length.“She is so enthralled by her boy, the loving product from her own body, that she remains blind to his true nature.” One could make the case . Introduction. The new Sight & Sound Documentary Poll is the result of a ‘why didn’t we think of that before’ moment.
In the light of the amazing recent success and cultural impact of several nonfiction films, a group of curators, myself included, were chewing over what the BFI might do specifically for documentary films and television. The Spiders Part I: The Golden Sea The Context of the Film Fritz Lang's The Spiders () is a motion picture serial.
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These films tend to feature people as products of their environment, and lean towards the avant-garde. Kino-Pravda [ edit ] Dziga Vertov was central to the Soviet Kino-Pravda (literally, "cinematic truth") newsreel series of the s.
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documentary, experimental, and animated films Documentaries are a type of film that claims to present factual information about the world. When a film is labeled a "Documentary" it leads audiences to expect that the persons, places, and events within the film exist or have existed in the real world. Indeed, as Tim Boon points out, the Secrets of Nature films were seen in their day as avant-garde cinema. They were, for instance, favourites at the monthly meetings of the Film Society, a club. International Association for the Study of Dreams is a non-profit (C)(3) research and education organization. The specific purpose of this corporation is to promote scientific research into the study of dreams and to provide an educational forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of such information among the scientific and professional community and the general public.
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