Experiencing the hidden: Nathaniel Dorsky's essential cinema

Document author(s):
Chris Cehman
Document source:
Cinema Scope Magazine
Publication date:
Spring 2005
Document type:
Number of pages:
Source pagination:
Document name subject:
Robert Bresson, Nathaniel Dorsky, Andrei Tarkovsky, Joseph Losey, and Michael Snow
Document contains:
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Related films:
Film country(ies):
Canada, France, Iran, Italy, Soviet Union, Sweden, and United States
Film language(s):
English, French, Italian, Persian, and Russian
Film production company:
Argos Films, Athos Films, MK2 Productions, Opera Film Produzione, Parc Film, Radiotelevisione Italiana, Sovinfilm, Svensk Filmindustri, and Svenska Filminstitutet
Film genre(s):
Bay Area avant-garde, Drama, Experimental, Feature, Short, and Structural
Film subject(s):
  • Aged women -- Iran -- Drama
  • Boys -- Iran -- Drama
  • Children -- Iran -- Drama
  • Country life -- France -- Drama
  • Country life -- Iran -- Drama
  • Culture conflict -- Iran -- Drama
  • Death -- Iran -- Drama
  • Documentary films -- Production and direction -- Iran -- Drama
  • Donkeys -- Drama
  • Exiles -- Drama
  • Homesickness -- Drama
  • Light
  • Nostalgia -- Drama
  • Tuscany (Italy) -- Social life and customs -- Drama
  • Villages -- Iran -- Drama
  • Working class -- France -- Social conditions -- Drama
  • Youth -- France -- Moral conditions -- Drama

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