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  • Wojna Ε›wiatΓ³w

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  • New York Eye and Ear Control

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  • Passageways

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  • The Jester's Tale

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  • New York Eye and Ear Control

    New York Eye and Ear Control

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    dΕ‚ugi niejasny film...

    The waves and the sand on a beach are covering a cutout of a woman's silhouette while a free jazz background music is heard. The same jazz musicians will pose later for the camera in a studio or in the streets of New York.

    This film contains illusions of distances, durations, degrees, divisions of antipathies, polarities, likenesses, complements, desires. Acceleration of absence to presence. Scales of Art – Lift, setting-subject, mind body, country city pivot. Simultaneous silence…

  • Passageways

    Passageways

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    z ΕΌycia owadΓ³w, zbliΕΌenia robactwa...

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  • Little Big Man

    Little Big Man

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    New Hollywood, NFR...

    While broadly categorized as a western, or an epic, the film encompasses several literary/film genres, including comedy, drama and adventure. It is about a white male child raised by the Cheyenne nation during the 19th century. The film is largely concerned with contrasting the lives of American pioneers and Native Americans throughout the progression of the boy's life.

    It is a revisionist Western: Native Americans are depicted sympathetically, and the United States Cavalry are depicted as villains.…

  • Where The Wild Things Are

    Where The Wild Things Are

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    First combination of 3D CGI and standart animation.

    Disney originally owned the film rights for Where the Wild Things Are as far back as the 1980s, but they were never used.

    A test sequence was animated. The backgrounds were going to be CGI and the characters were going to be traditional animated. However, due to the fact it was going to be too expensive, and the difficulty in expanding the 40-page book into a feature film, the film was dropped.

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