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30th Apr '16 4:18:07 PM lledsmar
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* Challenges the "status quo" and open interpretations.

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* Challenges the "status quo" and open interpretations.interpretations (mainly sex, dying and suffering).
30th Apr '16 4:15:04 PM lledsmar
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* Challenges the "status quo".

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* Challenges the "status quo".quo" and open interpretations.
25th Apr '16 4:00:24 PM lledsmar
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**Another episode ''Ten Short Films about Wakko'' featured parodies of ''Clerks'' and ''My Dinner With Andre'' .
25th Apr '16 3:53:01 PM lledsmar
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* The Critically acclaimed Russian animated short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Taltn1aLtsM ''Tale Of Tales'']] directed by Yuri Norstein, which is filled with many [[WorldOfSymbolism allegories and symbolic]] scenes which are open to many different kind of interpretation. The scenes also doesn´t seem to appear in chronological order, but are recalled by the association of one thing with another, in order to structure itself like a human memory. It's one of the greatest animated shorts of all time.

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* The Critically acclaimed Russian animated short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Taltn1aLtsM ''Tale Of Tales'']] directed by Yuri Norstein, which is filled with many [[WorldOfSymbolism allegories and symbolic]] scenes which are open to many different kind of interpretation. The scenes also doesn´t seem to appear in chronological order, but are recalled by the association of one thing with another, in order to structure itself like a human memory. It's one of the greatest animated shorts of all time.time and one of the better examples of this trope.



* Some early ''Creator/FedericoFellini's'' films are like this, such as ''Film/EightAndAHalf'' but then Fellini's films were also box-office successes.
25th Apr '16 3:49:17 PM lledsmar
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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/AkiraKurosawa's films along with films from Film/FrancisTruffaut, Film/JeanLucGodard, etc. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).

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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/AkiraKurosawa's films along with films from Film/FrancisTruffaut, Film/FrancoisTruffaut, Film/JeanLucGodard, etc. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).
25th Apr '16 3:47:33 PM lledsmar
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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/AkiraKurosawa's films along with films from Truffaut, Godard, etc. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).

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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/AkiraKurosawa's films along with films from Truffaut, Godard, Film/FrancisTruffaut, Film/JeanLucGodard, etc. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).
25th Apr '16 3:46:06 PM lledsmar
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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/Akira Kurosawa's films. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).

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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/Akira Kurosawa's films.Film/AkiraKurosawa's films along with films from Truffaut, Godard, etc. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectualism slob).
25th Apr '16 3:44:28 PM lledsmar
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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/Akira Kurosawa's films. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectual slob).

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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/Akira Kurosawa's films. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectual AntiIntellectualism slob).
25th Apr '16 3:43:10 PM lledsmar
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It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's films. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa.

to:

It has to be said that though that this trope applies to people with SmallReferencePools. For instance although Creator/IngmarBergman is regarded as an "arty" director, in his lifetime his films were consistent box-office hits as were some of Creator/FedericoFellini's and Film/Akira Kurosawa's films. Also there's Cultural differences in that high concepts and artistic influences as well as education levels may make some audiences have larger reference pools than others, though RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment applies there as to which is which. Put it simply, what's obscure to some is common in other places and vice versa.
versa (which doesn't mean ViewersAreMorons or ViewersAreGeniuses unless you're a TrueArt snob or AntiIntellectual slob).
25th Apr '16 2:55:45 PM lledsmar
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* Most experimental filmmakers (NormanMclaren and so on) are quite accessible for those who like a good challenge. For others with NoSenseOfHumor, it's this.

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* Most experimental filmmakers (NormanMclaren and so on) are quite accessible [[http://www.ubu.com/film/]] for those who like a good challenge. For others with NoSenseOfHumor, it's this.
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