voicesonfilm 3: Movie versus Sight and Sound

| May 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

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voicesonfilm is an Open Access, co-curated videographic research initiative designed to record, format and share significant voices in the history and development of the medium and its study. With its intimate conversations, voicesonfilm brings you the history of filmmaking and analysis. Using direct interviews with filmmakers, historians and analysts, voicesonfilm offers the viewer the unique privilege of personal insight, comment, knowledge and memoir.

In this episode, film scholar Professor Charles Barr describes the significant changes that took place in British film criticism during the early 1960s.

 

 

 

Professor Barr will be in Dublin on the 27th May 2015 for two events at Filmbase:

 

The Irish launch of his recently-published book, co-authored with Dr. Alain Kerzoncuf, Hitchcock Lost and Found: The Forgotten Films. Click here for full details

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‘Cultivating Film-makers’, an open panel discussion considering the contemporary face of Third Level Film education in Ireland. Click here for full details

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