Andrei Tarkovsky

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Russian filmmaker (1932-1986)

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Inspired by the likes of Andrei Tarkovsky, Lars von Trier, Emir Kusturica, Omar Amiralay, Pedro AlmodEvar and Pirjo Honkasalo, Batous prefers to make documentaries because they are like a diary, a way to present her point of view to her audience.
Much of the bookwork I do is influenced by painters and printmakers from earlier periods--Paul Klee, Amrita Sher-Gil, Agnes Martin, Sheojuk Etidlooie, Kenojuak Ashevak and filmmakers Andrei Tarkovsky and Yuriy Norshteyn.
That may come as a disappointment to those who've likened the 50-year-old slow-cinema auteur to a latter-day Andrei Tarkovsky, hoping this might be the abstract metaphysical feature they'd been waiting for.
com)-- Standing distant from ideological rebellion, devoted to his country without any dissident plotting, Andrei Tarkovsky, however, virtually became a foreign object, forced to seek refuge abroad.
It synopsizes work by Frederik Pohl, Cornel Wilde, John Baxter, Andrei Tarkovsky, Douglas Trumbull, Kate Wilhelm, and Sally Miller Gearhart among others.
Further, Gere claims the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky for Christianity, yet it could be argued that his films evidence a much more muddled and conflicted, if deeply profound and evocative, sense of spirituality and even symbolism.
Russian films, most notable of which is Solaris (1972), directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
The latter's loss of language from a stroke triggers Howe's exploration of imagistic communication and her main focus falls on the European filmmakers Dziga Vertov, Andrei Tarkovsky, and Chris Marker.
Young Lebanese Artists" includes "Stalker" (named after the 1979 Andrei Tarkovsky film), the first exhibition of Andraos' digital work.
Fausto (Rusia, 2011), acreedora al Leon de Oro en el Festival de Venecia, es la ultima parte de una tetralogia sobre el poder realizada por Alexander Sokurov; la secuencia inicia con Moloch (1999), Taurus (2001), El Sol (2005), afiliada a Hitler, Lenin y Hirohito; pero cada cinta se basta a si misma, la poesia y la oscura metafisica de este gran discipulo de Andrei Tarkovsky las separan mas que las unen.
When Russian auteur Andrei Tarkovsky adapted Roadside Picnic for his 1979 film Stalker, he dropped all the novel's personae except Red, whose character he completely changed; threw out all its incidents; changed its themes; and eliminated all alien artifacts from the Zone.
As contemporary auteurs, the Quays rank among great influences such as Andrei Tarkovsky and Luis Bunuel-which makes the specifics of this current presentation of their films at MoMA bizarre, even shameful.
Stalker, a work by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, follows three characters--Writer, Professor, and their leader, Stalker (often thought to represent Tarkovsky)--through a postapocalyptic region known as the Zone, with the goal of reaching the Zone's core.
Before his short visit to Moscow, Hiner Saleem was internationally known--and respected--for being a successful film director and scriptwriter, and also for the many prizes he has been awarded, including the San Marco Prize at the Venice Film Festival and the Grandprix at the International Film Festival "Zerkalo," named after Andrei Tarkovsky.
Speakers at Donskis' book presentation spoke about their love of the Swedish island Gotland, where Ingmar Bergman and Andrei Tarkovsky were shooting their films and where, in 1989, representatives from all of Lithuania's political spectrum, from communists to Soviet-era political prisoners, signed a communique stating that their final goal is Lithuania's freedom and independence.