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Grosse Fatigue

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... Categories Use dmy dates from August 2014 1994 films All film ar... ...lms All film articles using the film date template French-language films 1990s comed... ... French-language films 1990s comedy films French films French come... ... French comedy films Films directed by Michel Blanc Self-reflexive films ... ... French comedy films Films directed by Michel Blanc Self-reflexive films All stub ar...

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Chronique d'un été

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... Categories 1960 films 1960s documentary films F... ... 1960s documentary films French films French documentary films ... ...ocumentary films French avant-garde and experimental films Self-reflexive films Film... ... French avant-garde and experimental films Self-reflexive films Films directed by Jean Rouch ...

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I'm Photogenic

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... Films directed by Dino Risi ... ... Categories Use dmy dates from November 2014 1980 films All film ar... ...ms All film articles using the film date template Italian-language films Articles co... ...n-language films Articles containing Italian-language text Italian films 1980s comed... ... Films directed by Dino Risi Commedia all'italiana Films set in Italy ... ... Films set in Italy Films set in the United States Self-reflexive films ...

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A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines

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A Cock and Bull Story

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... company BBC Films Baby Cow Productions EM Media ... ... Media East Midlands Media Initiative Revolution Films Scion Films ... ...excerpts from Nino Rota's score for the Federico Fellini film 8½, itself a self-reflexive work about the making of a film. Other non-diegetic musical ... ... Use dmy dates from September 2013 2005 films English-language films BB... ...lms English-language films BBC Films films British comedy films ... ...s British comedy films British films 2000s comedy films Films ... ...rbottom Films about filmmaking Self-reflexive films Screenplays by Frank Cottrell Bo...

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The Amateurs

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... The Amateurs Lebowski Podcast review Categories 2005 films All f... ...05 films All film articles using the film date template English-language films 2000s... ... English-language films 2000s comedy films American sex comedy films Films... ... American sex comedy films Films about pornography Self-reflexive films ... ... American sex comedy films Films about pornography Self-reflexive films All s...

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Sociology of film

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...g genres of film since the creation of film. The genres span from Gangster films to Musicals that all have sociological aspects embedded in the course... ... Musicals that all have sociological aspects embedded in the course of the films. Every screenwriter has always tried to figure out what sociological ... ... 1.1 The western 1.2 Gangster films 1.3 Hard-boiled detective ... ...led detective films 1.4 Musical films 1.5 Screwball comedy films... ...her goods the Western World was said to have. Gangster films Gangster films show the side of hidden society tha... ...w an inside view of Hollywood and the production of a show making musicals self-reflexive. As seen in Singin' in the Rain, Gene Ke... ...w an inside view of Hollywood and the production of a show making musicals self-reflexive. As seen in Singin' in the Rain, Gene Ke...

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Blow Job (film)

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...rb. ^ Douglas Crimp, Our Kind of Movie: The Films of Andy Warhol, MIT Press, 2012, p.4 ^... ... Films ... ... Categories Silent films 1960s short films 1964 fi... ... 1964 films American documentary films American films American L... ... American films American LGBT-related films American silent short films ...

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The State of Things (film)

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... Distributed by Gray City (USA) Axiom Films (UK and Ireland) ... ...rector Friedrich Murnau. The name of his cameraman Joe Corby is an anagram of Joe Biroc. Other film makers and films referred to are Fritz Lang, The S... ... Films directed by Wim Wenders ... ... Golden Lion winning films ... ... Categories English-language films Articles co... ... Films about filmmaking Films about film directors and producers Self-reflexive films ...

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Ali Kazimi

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...at York University, having joined as a full-time faculty member in 2006. Films Kazimi has created a critically acclaimed body of work dealing with ... ...dealing with issues of race, immigration, history and social justice. His films have won more than thirty awards and nominations including the Gemi... ...d ( Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, 1995). Impact Kazimi's films have been described as "passionate, though-provoking, brilliant". He ... ...s a cinematographer, he pays close attention to the visual plan of all his films. But it's the larger project that's impressive. Whether it's the stor... ... villagers resisting an Indian mega-dam, there's a common thread. Kazimi's films are both the ongoing diary of an immigrant and a wide-ranging critiqu... ...ainst monuments all over the world. Incorporating a similar first-person, self-reflexive narration is Continuous Journey (2004), the first featur...

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Man Bites Dog (film)

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...iés (AAA) (France) Roxie Releasing (US) Metro Tartan Films (UK) Release dates ... ...cy of Man Bites Dog has influenced filmmakers drawing inspiration from the films premise of a camera crew following around a serial killer (or killers... ...owing around a serial killer (or killers). It has influenced the following films: Maniac - a 2011 horror short film dire... ... Use dmy dates from January 2013 1992 films All film articles using the film date template ... ...rticles using the film date template French-language films Film articles using image size parameter ... ... Neo-noir Satirical films Self-reflexive films Serial killer films ...

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Demons (film)

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...e Soavi, a devotee of Argento's work and his assistant director on several films, also served as an assistant director on Dèmoni and has two starring ... ... the United States until the following year by the film distributor, Ascot Films, (an American small independent company that only released three film... ...transfer. Arrow Video was the first to release the two films on Blu-ray/DVD in the UK. Demons and Demons 2 were first released on ... ...-ray Steelbook Case on April 30, 2012. Then later on May 21, 2012, the two films were released separately on Blu-ray. Reception ... ...Up Sequels Some of the films mentioned below are not sequels, and are related in title only as a m... ...ror films Italian horror films Self-reflexive films Supernatural horror films ...

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Cult film

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...d to as a cult classic, is a film that has acquired a cult following. Cult films are known for their dedicated, passionate fanbase, an elaborate subcu... ...ce bombs, while exclusive definitions focus more on obscure, transgressive films shunned by the mainstream. The difficulty in defining the term and su... ...irst used in the 1970s to describe the culture that surrounded underground films and midnight movies, though cult was in common use in film analysis f... ...n use in film analysis for decades prior to that. Cult films trace their origin back to controversial and suppressed films kept al... ...lms kept alive by dedicated fans. In some cases, reclaimed or rediscovered films have acquired cult followings decades after their original release, o... ...ries, or both.[7] To reduce mainstream accessibility, a film series can be self-reflexive and full of in-jokes that only longtime fans can understand....

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The Wizard of Speed and Time

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Tanaz Eshaghian

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...marrying her off and her own cultural ambivalence. Her films have also screened at the Museum of Modern Art and in the Walter Read... ...ctor Tanaz Eshaghian's Love Iranian-American Style provides a dryly funny, self-reflexive, first-person account of the documentarian's struggles with ... ...asionally hilarious confessions. Eshagian also unearths old boyfriends and films them expostulating on why they broke up with her. On another level, t... ...marrying her off and her own cultural ambivalence. Her films have also screened at the Museum of Modern Art and in the Walter Read... ...ctor Tanaz Eshaghian's Love Iranian-American Style provides a dryly funny, self-reflexive, first-person account of the documentarian's struggles with ... ...asionally hilarious confessions. Eshagian also unearths old boyfriends and films them expostulating on why they broke up with her. On another level, t...

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The Road to Hong Kong

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A Cat in the Brain

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...d directed by the "Italian godfather of gore" Lucio Fulci.[1] A Cat in the Brain is one of Lucio Fulci's final films and is notable for self-reflexive... ...n godfather of gore" Lucio Fulci.[1] A Cat in the Brain is one of Lucio Fulci's final films and is notable for self-reflexively summing up his career.... ..., using cynical, Grand Guignol humour.[3][4] Juxtaposing gory horror clips from several of his own past horror films which he either directed and/or p... ... Dr. Lucio Fulci (more or less playing himself) is a former medical doctor-turned director of gory horror films. He wraps up shooting for the day... ...lippo (Shilett Angel) tells him that the pace has to be stepped up on filming. Fulci is revealed to making two films at the same time: 'The Touch of D... ...off. Professor Swharz calls Fulci for another consultation after he had watched all of his films. He suggests using hypnosis. Once... ... Films about film directors and producers Films about filmmaking Self-reflexive films ...

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Swing Shift Cinderella

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The Gleaners and I

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...g with me, all this is the film writing that I often talk about.”Zeitgeist Films. She describes in the press kit for the film that she and her team wo... ...eart-shaped potato, were “ of luck—and we immediately filmed it.”Zeitgeist Films. Varda produced The Gleaners and I under Cine-Tamaris, the compa... ...the company she founded in 1954 and that has produced most of her previous films. Gleaners was distributed by Zeitgeist Films in New York, a company t... ...distributed by Zeitgeist Films in New York, a company that has distributed films from such directors as Christopher Nolan and the Brothers Quay.Zeitge... ...s from such directors as Christopher Nolan and the Brothers Quay.Zeitgeist Films. Technique The film is notable for its use of a hand-held camera ... ...and first-person tendencies.”Guest, Haden. "Emotion Picture: Agnes Varda's Self-Reflexive the Beaches of Agnes and the Cinema of Generosity." Film Co...

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Road to Zanzibar

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Tomás Gutiérrez Alea

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...ker. He wrote and directed more than 20 features, documentaries, and short films, which are known for his sharp insight into post-Revolutionary Cuba, ... ...rtance to cinema’s social function. The movement's main goal was to create films in which the viewer became an active, self-aware participant in the d... ...53. He was heavily influenced by Italian Neorealism, and created his first films in Rome with future Cuban colleague Julio García Espinosa, with whom ... ...in its formative years, but eventually expanded into production of feature films, including Gutiérrez’s early Historias de la Revolución (Stories Of T... ...thingness, becoming a personality which has no use in this new Cuba. In a self-reflexive cameo appearance, Gutiérrez calls the film a “collage…with a... ... from handheld cameras to agitational montage sequences reminiscent of the films of early Soviet filmmakers such as Sergei Eisenstein. Memories makes ...

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Nick Broomfield

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...field was used in the video release of the one-woman show. It is for this self-reflexive film-making style—a film being about the making of itself as... ...government report. Battle for Haditha won numerous international awards. Films Who Cares? (1971) - Broomfield's first film, made as a student using ...

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Wayne's World 2

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Shoot the Piano Player

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...onsidered to be very French. He wanted to show his influence from American films. He later told a reporter that he wanted to shock the audience that h... ...se the real film nuts and them alone." He previously had several ideas for films about children, but was afraid of repeating himself in his second fil... ...ger's stepdaughter. Michèle Mercier was a dancer who had appeared in a few films before this role. Albert Remy had appeared in The 400 Blows and Truff... .... I shot without any criteria."Wakeman. pp. 1125. Truffaut's stylized and self-reflexive melodrama employs the hallmarks of French New Wave cinema: e... ...the scene in which Charlie hesitates before ringing a doorbell. Among the films referenced in Shoot the Piano Player are Hollywood B movies from the ... ...ywood B movies from the 1940s, the techniques of using an iris from silent films, Charlie being named after Charlie Chaplin and having four brothers (...

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Simon and Laura

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Horror film

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...A famous scene from one of the first notable horror films, Nosferatu (1922) A famous s... ... A famous scene from one of the first notable horror films, Nosferatu (1922) Horror is a fi... ...ature from authors like Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, horror films have for more than a century featured scenes that startle the viewer.... ... fantasy, supernatural, and thriller genres.[1] Horror films often deal with the viewer's nightmares, hidden fears, revulsions and... ...ny other authors. This trend instilled a macabre element intro these early films and made it synonymous with the horror film genre. [6] ... ...The Dark Half (1993), and Candyman (1992), were part of a mini-movement of self-reflexive or metafictional horror films. Each film touched upon the re...

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Experimental film

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...m commercial and documentary filmmaking. Avant-garde is also used, for the films shots in the twenties in the field of history’s avant-gardes currents... ..."experimental cinema" prevails, because it’s possible to make experimental films without the presence of any avant-garde movement in the cultural fiel... ...m. At least through the 1960s, and to some extent after, many experimental films took an oppositional stance toward mainstream culture. Most such fil... ...ndalou (1929). Hans Richter's animated shorts, Oskar Fischinger's abstract films, and Len Lye's GPO films would be excellent examples of more abstract... ...PO films would be excellent examples of more abstract European avant-garde films. Working in France, another group of filmmakers also financed films ... ...ructuralists, incorporating a broader range of content while maintaining a self-reflexive form. Feminist avant-garde and other political offshoots La...

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Road to Utopia

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Looney Tunes: Back in Action

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... Feature films ... ... Looney Tunes films ... ... Films directed by Joe Dante ... ... Use mdy dates from July 2014 2003 films All film articles using the film date template ... ...ticles using the film date template English-language films American films 2000s come... ...Valley Films set in California Self-reflexive films Scooby-Doo ...

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Maurice Ronet

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...ffet and Georges Mathieu. He also acted occasionally in small roles in the films of French directors like Yves Ciampi and René Wheeler, with ambitions... ...pular and prolific actors. Between 1955 and 1975 he appeared in over sixty films. He often portrayed characters who were in conflict with themselves o... ... He was also a collaborator of Claude Chabrol. He appeared in four of his films including Le scandale (1966), for which he won the Best Actor award a... ...chel Deville, 1971); Beau-père (Bertrand Blier,1981) and, one of his final films, Bob Swaim's La Balance, 1982. He was originally cast to play Ali in ... ...Ronet made his own directorial debut in 1964 with Le voleur de Tibidabo, a self-reflexive, picaresque crime story shot in Barcelona, in which he also ... ...ffet and Georges Mathieu. He also acted occasionally in small roles in the films of French directors like Yves Ciampi and René Wheeler, with ambitions... ...Ronet made his own directorial debut in 1964 with Le voleur de Tibidabo, a self-reflexive, picaresque crime story shot in Barcelona, in which he also ...

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Blazing Saddles

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...t. To date, this film and History of the World, Part I are the only Brooks films in this format. Brooks had repeated conflicts wit... ... See also List of American films of 1974 References ... ... Films directed ... ... Films produced ... ... Categories 1974 films English-language films Fi... ... Films about race and ethnicity Self-reflexive films Films directed by Mel Brooks ...

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Jorge Semprún

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...ist government from 1988 to 1991. He was a screenwriter for two successive films by the Greek director Costa-Gavras, Z (1969) and The Confession (1970... ...970 and the 1997 Jerusalem Prize. He was a screenwriter for two successive films by the Greek director Costa-Gavras, dealing with the theme of persecu... ...th each recounting, events take on different meanings. Semprún's works are self-reflexive. His narrators explore how events live on in memory and mean...

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Film editing

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...e in the making of a film. Sometimes, auteur film directors edit their own films, for example Akira Kurosawa and The Coen Brothers. ... ...sibilities on the picture editor. It is common, especially on lower budget films, for the assistant editors or even the editor to cut in music, mock u... ...inks History Early films were short films that were one long, static, and locked-down shot. Mo... ... in the shot was all that was necessary to amuse an audience, so the first films simply showed activity such as traffic moving on a city street. There... ...ioneer Robert W. Paul's Come Along, Do!, made in 1898 and one of the first films to feature more than one shot.[2] In the first shot, an elderly coupl... ...often drew attention to itself by its lack of continuity, its demystifying self-reflexive nature (reminding the audience that they were watching a fil...

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Get a Horse!

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Film noir

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...The term film noir, French for "black film",[1] first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank in 1946, was unrecognized by most America... ...ly. Before the notion was widely adopted in the 1970s, many of the classic films noirs[a] were referred to as melodramas. Whether film noir qualifies ... ...). Although film noir was originally associated with American productions, films now so described have been made around the world. Many pictures relea... ... context, that emphasizes low-key lighting and unbalanced compositions,[8] films commonly identified as noir evidence a variety of visual approaches, ... ...but rarely and perhaps never all—of which are found in each of the genre's films.[13] However, because of the diversity of noir (much greater than tha... ...famed for their hardboiled repartee, often imbued with sexual innuendo and self-reflexive humor.[182] Film noir is often said to b... ... Director Sean Penn's The Pledge (2001), though adapted from a very self-reflexive novel by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, plays noir comparatively stra... ...ch as Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Pulp Fiction (1994) display a relentlessly self-reflexive, sometimes tongue-in-cheek sensibility, similar to the work ...

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The Muppet Movie

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... musical road comedy film and the first of a series of live-action feature films starring Jim Henson's Muppets. Directed by James Frawley, the film's ... ... the bicycle effect would be used again, and refined, in subsequent Muppet films. Austin Pendleton recalled that the film was shot... ...agnetic Video released it in 1980, having bought the video rights to ITC's films. It was reissued a few times more by CBS/Fox before it was released b... ... Feature films ... ... TV films ... ... Films featuring anthropomorphic characters Self-reflexive films United States National Film Regi...

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Tenebrae (film)

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...azine said that "Tenebre is a riveting defense of auteur theory, ripe with self-reflexive discourse and various moral conflicts. It's both a riveting ... ... Paul Flanagan has observed that Argento's protagonists in his giallo films almost always suffer from vision impairment of some kind.[22] It is t... ...tion of a murder or series of murders) that generally provides much of the films’ narrative thrust. Most obviously is the blind Franco Arno (Karl Mald... ...at Tenebrae expands a theme already introduced in Argento's earlier giallo films. "The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The Cat o' Nine Tails, Four Flie... ... of sex, of course: transvestitism and sexual role playing are in all four films central factors and none lacks for imagery dealing in diverse sexual ... ... film's sexual content and abundant nudity make it "the first of Argento's films to have an overtly erotic aspect," and further notes that "Tenebrae i...

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Metafiction

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...oplifting from American Apparel by Tao Lin, Anathem by Neal Stephenson . Films which use metafictive devices include Adaptation, which wraps me... ..."themselves" or Scream 3 and Scream 4, where characters discuss and know of films that are about the previous films' events; likewise are The 1001... ... reality television show (when in fact it is anything but), but also is highly self-reflexive and intertextual. Examples of this include allusions to ...

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Promethea

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...sue #11 "Pseunami" - according to designer Todd Klein, "wide-screen horror films of the 1950s-60s"[3] Issue #12 "Metaphore" -... ...rd winners Apocalyptic fiction Self-reflexive comics Comics characters introduced in...

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List of Greek words with English derivatives

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...rt of a building, or outdoor structure used for the presentation of plays, films, or other dramatic performances. The act of performing. ...

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The Larry Sanders Show

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...ver in The Guardian, "This is where it all began. The whole postmodernist, self-reflexive fact-fiction sitcom thing".[28] Awards a... ... Casting in films 40...

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Don Quixote

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...ison writings Satirical novels Self-reflexive novels Spanish novels ... ... Novels adapted into plays Novels adapted into films Novels set in Barcelona C...

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Theodor W. Adorno

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...at music be used to supplement, not simply accompany, the visual aspect of films. Additionally, Adorno assisted Thomas Mann on his novel Doctor Faustu... ... Adorno's responses to his critics As a pioneer of a self-reflexive sociology who prefigured Bourdieu's ability to factor in the... ...ent (with Max Horkheimer, 1944) Composing for the Films (1947) Philosophy of New Music (1949) ...

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