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    Watch: BBC Arena’s 50 Minute Documentary On Andrei Tarkovsky

    While the internet is no doubt useful to maintain our required daily cute animal fix, it’s also home to many recordings of older and foreign television programs that otherwise would never have seen the light of day. Case in point, the Criterion-approved Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky was profile...

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    10 Films To Watch Before & After 'Gravity'

    Sitting in the dark, holding your breath throughout Alfonso Cuarón’s terrifying, beautiful “Gravity,” it can seem like the film simply spun up at you out of the void; it’s a work of such precision and simplicity that it almost feels like it came out of nowhere. But unlike, say, a sliver of space deb...

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    Listen: Preview Eduard Artemiev’s Score For Andrei Tarkovsky’s 'Solaris,' Getting First Commerical Release In 2013

    Next month, music obscurantists extraordinaire Superior Viaduct are rereleasing a fascinating gem: the soundtrack to Andrei Tarkovsky's “Solaris,” a preview of which is available right now down below for your listening pleasure.

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Chitra Neogy Teaches "Film as a Transformative Process"

    Most students walk away from a typical film courses with a better knowledge of the medium’s history and an impressive vocabulary. However such a standard, superficial approach to cinema can leave the viewer unsatisfied, missing out on the rich, powerful qualities of the art form. Professor and filmm...

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    Watch: Revisit The Cinema Of Andrei Tarkovsky With Video Essay 'Life As A Reflection'

    Slow and meditative, and tackling weightier themes that touch upon the spiritual, metaphysical, and the nature of dreams and memory, the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky may not be for everyone, particularly in this age of blockbusters. But for the discerning cinephile, looking for greater depth and meani...

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    20 Oddball Sci-Fi Films Of The 1970s

    Somewhere between 1968's “2001: A Space Odyssey” and 1977's “Star Wars” something happened in the culture. Storytellers, perhaps inspired by the way the hippie, counter-culture was fizzling out, combined with the still-dragging-on war in Vietnam, and post-Watergate disillusion, began to look at the ...

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    The Films Of Andrei Tarkovsky: A Retrospective

    The great Swedish director Ingmar Bergman famously intoned in his 1987 autobiography, “The Magic Lantern,” that discovering Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky’s work was, “A miracle. Tarkovsky for me is the greatest [director], the one who invented a new language, true to the nature of film, as it c...

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