Film Analysis

Everything you need to succeed in DeMiero’s Film Analysis class

Tornatore’s Italian masterpiece: “Cinema Paradiso”

Okay, I'll admit it: This is one of my all-time favorite films. Sure, I'm biased because it's an Italian film, but there's so much more to it than that. Among the many elements to like in this film are: A beautiful story – perhaps one of the best...

“Citizen Kane”

“Citizen Kane” Perhaps no movie has had more of an impact on cinema than Orson Welles' “Citizen Kane.” As I've frequently said, if you're serious about film, you better watch and analyze this film Here is the link to the assignment: • Citizen Kane Assignment If you...

“Breaking Away”

Although this film was nominated for five Academy Awards (Best Picture, Best Original Score, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay) and won for its screenplay, it was overshadowed by a host of box-office winners in 1979, including “All...

SIFF – An extra credit opportunity

We are so privileged to have the nation’s largest film festival right here in our own backyard – SIFF. So, to encourage you to take part in this amazing three-week celebration of cinema, I’m offering you a special deal! You can attend any SIFF film (or event, seminar,...

Bryan Singer’s “The Usual Suspects”

So, who is Kaiser Söze?!? Mamma mia, did I get fooled by this film the first time I saw it! How about you? Be honest, now… What’s clear is that this is one very special film that creatively combined wonderful acting with excellent story-telling with phenomenal...

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