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Dr. D. Matthew Ramsey --
Film Movements That Changed Cinema

February 27, 2008
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Special Collections


Film Movements That Changed Cinema With clips from Hollywood and foreign films, Dr. Ramsey will talk about films and film movements that have had an influence on so many of the movies being made today. He plans to focus on five movements: French New Wave, Third Cinema, German Expressionism, Film Noir, and Italian Neo-realism.
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 Film Noir
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Vertigo

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Sunset Boulvard
Italian Neo-realism

Scene from Roberto Rossellini's
Roma cittą aperta
 French New Wave
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400 Blows
German
Expressionism

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Metropolis
Third Cinema
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Battle of Algiers

Dr. D. Matthew RamseyDr. D. Matthew Ramsey is an assistant professor in the English Department. His interests include film studies, adaptation theory, post colonialism, world cinema, critical theory and 20th century American and British literature. Ramsey holds a doctorate from Ohio State University, where his dissertation was titled "How's That for High? Faulkner and Reputation(s) in the Early 1930s."