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Found Footage Film

Found Footage Film

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Published by VIPER/Zyklop in Luzern .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCecilia Hausheer,Christoph Settele,editors.
ContributionsHausheer, Cecilia., Settele, Christoph.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15300465M
ISBN 103909310087


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Instead of shooting a bunch of first-person POV queasy cam footage, director Neill Blomkamp turned his sci-fi film about stranded aliens forced to live like second-class citizens on Earth into a mockumentary, a subgenre that is.

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A new “Blair Witch Project” movie is out on months ago, we didn’t even know there was a new “Blair Witch Project” movie — instead, we thought that “You’re Next” and “The Guest” director Adam Wingard had made a found-footage horror film called “The Woods.”But it was this summer when Lionsgate actually revealed at Comic-Con the movie was “Blair Witch,” a.

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Found footage film. Cecilia Hausheer. VIPER, - Experimental films - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review.

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This list may not reflect recent changes (). Check out the found-footage film called “The Liberator” (written by Pessl, directed by Brendan H.

Banks with ApK) and four posters for Cordova’s fictional movies (conceived by Pessl, artwork. Photographs of the pages on the letter A from the handbook on 31 images.

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Director Alison Reid tells Anne’s story beautifully by featuring voice-over recordings of personal letters, read .