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Daily Archives: July 15, 2015

The art of parody began in Ancient Greece and started out as the altering of famous epic poems to change the subject to a lighter, more comedic one. Satyr plays often parodied tragedies, consisting of a whole cast of actors dressed as satyrs. Satire was a safe way to tackle a variety of issues, as even the gods themselves could… Read more »

15 July 2015 | Features, Film Lists

One of the most rewarding and contrasting cinematic detours for audiences is the chamber piece, sometimes referred to as a chamber drama or chamber film. This diversified genre is discernible by its use of a small cast of characters, often meshed over a short period of time, and in a limited environment, often times just a single location. Also, though… Read more »

15 July 2015 | Features, Film Lists