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A unifying idea that is a recurrent element in a literary or artistic work
a repeated idea, pattern, image, or theme used to communicate a concept
The use of footage that has not been created by the filmmaker, and changing its meaning by putting it into the new context
Aethtically challenging, non-commercial films that self-consciously reflect on how human senses and consciousness work or explore and experiment with film forms and techniques. Thi
Films that explore film form and subject matters in new and unconventional ways rangingn from abstract image and sound patterns to dream-like worlds.
A category or classification of a group of films in which the individual films share similar subject matter and similar ways of organizing the subject through narrative and stylist
The industrial practices of the large production (and until the 1948 distribution) companies responsible for the kinfds and quality of films made in Hollywood or other film industr
Using actors with a particular type of persona repeatedly often as a means to advertise for the film by combining an off-screen person to enhance the hype of the film. Part of the
Individual credited with the creative vison defining a film; implies a director whose unique style is seen across his or her work.
A story that mediates or manages contradictions in social life and that cultures use to explain the inexplicable, justify the inevitable, or reconcile the irreconcilable.
A genre of film produced independently for aesthetic rather than entertainment purposes, whose intellectual or formal challenges are often attributed to the vison of an arteur. Mad
The juxtaposition of two distinct, yet comparable themes.
The Exposure of two elements that contain similarities
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