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The Solaris Effect - Art & Artifice in Contemporary American Film (Electronic book text)
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Format: Book. See details. See all 4 brand new listings. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information What do contemporary American movies and directors have to say about the relationship between nature and art?
Steven Dillon (writer and professor)
How do science fiction films like Steven Spielberg's A. Steven Dillon's intriguing new volume surveys American cinema from to with substantial descriptions of sixty films, emphasizing small-budget independent American film. The book takes its title and inspiration from Andrei Tarkovsky's film Solaris, a science fiction ghost story that relentlessly explores the relationship between the powers of nature and art.
The author argues that American film has the best chance of aesthetic success when it acknowledges that a film is actually a film. The best American movies tell an endless ghost story, as they perform the agonizing nearness and distance of the cinematic image.
This groundbreaking commentary examines the rarely seen bridge between select American film directors and their typically more adventurous European counterparts. Filmmakers such as Lynch and Soderbergh are cross-cut with Tarkovsky and the great French director Jean-Luc Godard in order to test the limits and possibilities of American film. Both enthusiastically cinephilic and fiercely critical, this book puts a decade of U. From his "flavor of the month" status with his debut film sex, lies, and videotape to his Academy Award-winning feature Traffic , Soderbergh's road to success is fraught with ups and downs.
On each and every film, the book details such experiences as his creative crisis surrounding his fourth film, The Underneath , and his rejuvenation with the ultra-low budget free-style Schizopolis , and the mainstream achievements that followed with Erin Brockovich and Traffic.
Spanning twelve years, these conversations reveal Soderbergh b.