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Updated: 2018-02-04T10:21:49.935+01:00

 



Which books are the main ones on this study? What ...

2010-01-27T12:42:44.776+01:00

Which books are the main ones on this study?
What about:
A History of Narrative Film by David A. Cook
and
Film Art: An Introduction by David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson

Those two were essential when I studied film theory at Høgskolen in Lillehammer, Norway.

Even B. Norway



How exciting! It's wonderful that you have ac...

2010-01-23T06:13:53.418+01:00

How exciting! It's wonderful that you have access to so much information about films. Studying film under the guidance of professors is so different from just watching and reading about them on the side. Have fun!



Jacqueline: See that as a promise! I bet most film...

2010-01-22T23:59:06.056+01:00

Jacqueline:
See that as a promise! I bet most films I will have time to see now will be in film class :)

Darsh:
Oh, that was a good book tip! Thanks ;)

The Cinemaphile:
Thanks! Marry rich is a good plan ;) I had that plan myself until I fell in love with a poor student. I still have it as plan B if he happens to leave me, haha.
The school literature is lovely! I try to afford buying them all so I can keep them :)



Congratulations! If the planets ever align themse...

2010-01-22T19:54:25.432+01:00

Congratulations! If the planets ever align themselves correctly (or I win the lottery and/or marry rich) I would love to go back to college for a film studies degree. I literally salivate when I look at the class schedules and note how many of the textbooks are actually books I have in my bookshelves already.



Never been to school myself, but if I had to pick ...

2010-01-22T15:34:52.231+01:00

Never been to school myself, but if I had to pick the #1 source of movie information that's in my brain it would be the hundreds of hours I've spent reading and rereading Steve Puchalski's Shock Cinema Magazine. I literally have memorized every issue.



Meredith: Thank you! It actually makes me feel kin...

2010-01-22T14:50:37.433+01:00

Meredith:
Thank you! It actually makes me feel kind of cool ;) It's so fun to speak with other film nerds on the breaks, and notice how a conversation naturally can shift from talking about Nazi propaganda films to Terminator 4 within seconds! Haha.



Congratulations! Looking forward to hearing more ...

2010-01-22T13:41:36.430+01:00

Congratulations! Looking forward to hearing more about your class and the experience of seeing classic films on the big screen.



this is so great lolita! how exciting. i love stud...

2010-01-22T06:24:27.805+01:00

this is so great lolita! how exciting. i love studying film in college and welcome you to the cool kids club. :)



Deaf Indian Muslim Anarchist: What a lovely alias ...

2010-01-21T18:13:28.012+01:00

Deaf Indian Muslim Anarchist:
What a lovely alias you have! Haha.
I think I want to read the book, I haven't! But I did read Orwell's 1984, and there are a lot of similarities.
Yes, Sweden is quite nice, actually! :)

Kim:
Thank you! Why not take a course in it for fun? There is one middle aged woman in my class and a 60 year old man, so it's not too late for anyone it seems :)

Elizabeth:
Thanks, sweetie!

Christopher:
Thanks! I guess I can learn a little bit more about European and Asian cinema, not to mention all technical stuff and film analysis :)
We got to watch some extra material from Marie Antoinette in class today, and it was really interesting. I love Coppola's idea of not aim to make a historically correct adaption, but rather try to bring out "the real" Marie Antoinette through surroundings, music and general mise en scene. Made me appreciate it more!

Tom:
Thank you! Yes, that will be awesome



Hi Lolita, What a great building, certainly fill...

2010-01-21T07:46:53.009+01:00

Hi Lolita,

What a great building, certainly filled with treasures! It sounds like cinema heaven! And how appropriate to watch one of Victor Sjöström's film in a theater named after him.

I wish you all the best in your studies!



good on ya...Have fun with it..and learn a few new...

2010-01-21T00:35:23.775+01:00

good on ya...Have fun with it..and learn a few new things..but I doubt theres alot you don't already know. :o)
I really enjoyed Marie Antoinette much more than I thought I would.THought it was a good look at what goes on INSIDE the palace and courts in its fanastic way..



Oooh it's looks great!! I'm so excited for...

2010-01-20T19:55:12.441+01:00

Oooh it's looks great!! I'm so excited for you! :)



Congrats & Good Luck on your venture into film...

2010-01-20T19:15:06.680+01:00

Congrats & Good Luck on your venture into film studies. :)

I am sort of envying you now. I wish I had become a serious film fan a bit earlier in my life because I would have loved to have taken at least one course on the subject. Maybe one day in the future.



Fahrenheit 451 is a great book. I also agree wit...

2010-01-20T18:42:10.636+01:00

Fahrenheit 451 is a great book.

I also agree with you that MARIE ANTONINETTE is more of eye candy than an actual story, like Fallen Angels (1995, Hong Kong). It was still enjoyable to watch, though. Sofia Coppola would probably make great avant-garde films.

you are lucky to be in Sweden. I love Swedish culture!