Monthly Archives: April 2011

Stories on Human Rights

Mobile Men– This short film didn’t sink in at first, but the more I think about it the more I like it. It wasn’t shot in the greatest quality, but the film still helps to describe the culture in which … Continue reading

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Das Ritual

  Coming from the collection known as Lost and Found, Das Ritual is a short film showing how the times are changing. How things were handled in the past may be handled differently now, despite the event holding the same … Continue reading

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Visions of Europe

http://www.dailymotion.com/swf/video/xaiq3d?theme=nonepeter.greenaway.-.the.european.showerbath.(2004) by lokis02 European Showerbath- Peter Greenaway does a great job of interpreting the European Union through visual gratification. Symbolism and simplicity in his point are what makes this Greenaway short film so strong. Symbolism can be found throughout the … Continue reading

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Estes Avenue

  (clip from Estes Avenue) Despite not even being five minutes long, Estes Avenue is able to make a profound point while entertaining the audience. It’s funny how little time 11:00 to 11:03 can be, but some many different things … Continue reading

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The Grandmother

David Lynch’s ability to take such a simple concept and evolve it into such a spectacle make this film unique. The story, in the simplest sense, is about a boy who is abuse and isn’t loved by his parents but … Continue reading

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Precautions Against Fanatics

Although I found this film funny and entertaining, I didn’t think it was some of Werner Herzog’s better work. Herzog is known for filming the strange and unusual, but this film was just to strange or unusual to believe. The … Continue reading

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