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Daily Archives: April 29, 2015

The Vietnam War was one of the most controversial events in the 20th century and American history in general. The popular unrest and opposition to the war caused a much different portrayal of the event than previous wars had garnered. While war films had always shown as a dangerous and hellish affair, they had usually conveyed the honor and justification… Read more »

29 April 2015 | Features, Film Lists

The line between what is fiction (narrative) and reality (documentary) and the possible perceptions of each through the immediate separation of the frame have been blurred and reworked by filmmakers since the beginning of the cinema. This concept of the viewers perception of reality and what exists inside and outside the frame is equally as imperative to the films below… Read more »

29 April 2015 | Features, Film Lists