Volume 6, Issue 7 / July 2002
In this issue
Comedia Film Festival: The Features
Comedia 2: Documentaries and Shorts
Coronación: How to transform feelings into poetic images?
An Interview With Chilean Director Silvio Caiozzi
Reflexivity in Spectatorship
The Didactic Nature of Early Silent Films
Thinking About Cinema With Cinema
1) Comedia Film Festival: The Features / by Donato Totaro
Perhaps still an appendage to the mega-Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, the new programming crew are out to make a mark.
2) Comedia Film Festival: The Shorts / by Randolph Jordan
Jordan turns his pen to the documentaries and short films of the Comedia Film Festival.
3) Coronación: How to transform feelings into poetic images? / by Mélanie Morrissette
An interview with Chilean director Silvio Caiozzi.
4) Reflexivity in Spectatorship: The Didactic Nature of Early Silent Films / by Isabelle Morissette
It is usually thought that reflexivity in art comes with maturation and development. Hardly, as Morissette demonstrates with her in-depth analysis of reflexivity in early cinema.
5) Thinking About Cinema With Cinema / by Donato Totaro
Totaro explores how certain styles of filmmaking (montage vs. long take style) may be used to activate different cognitive states (‘intellect’ versus ‘emotion’).