Contemporary Cinema: A Critique of Three Representative Works
cinema, contemporary, literary criticism, film critique, art, directing
Dramatic Literature, Criticism and Theory | Film and Media Studies | Performance Studies | Visual Studies
In recent years the cinematic mode of expression has experienced a change in masters. Previously the primary purpose of movies was to entertain on a very non-intellectual level. The master of the cinema was the public. However, the more recent films have found a new master--the director who has attempted to make the film a means of artistic communication.
Anderson, B. (1965). Contemporary Cinema: A Critique of Three Representative Works (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/902