Director Knockout: Round 3 Results

Thanks to everyone who voted in round 3 of Director Knockout! Click HERE to see the updated bracket. Here are the results: The next round. Voting starts soon!

A Better Place (1997) By Eric Norcross

A Better Place is the debut film of Vincent Pereira—and thus far, the only film he has ever made. In the 1990’s, bouncing off the success of Kevin Smith’s film Clerks, View Askew Productions turned out several indie films directed by other talents within their social circle.

Director Knockout: Round 3

VOTE NOW! It takes only 20 seconds Click in each match to state your chosen director; the director with the most votes will progress to round semifinals next week. In the end, only one director can win, becoming the ‘A World of Film’ champion. Click HERE to see the updated bracket. Round 3 Matches:

Director Knockout: Round 2 Results

Thanks to everyone who voted in round 2 of Director Knockout! Click HERE to see the updated bracket. Here are the results: The next round. Voting starts soon!

Director Knockout! Round 2

VOTE NOW! (closing soon) It takes only 20 seconds Click in each match to state your chosen director; the director with the most votes will progress to round 3 next week. In the end, only one director can win, becoming the ‘A World of Film’ champion. Click HERE to see the updated bracket. Round 2 Matches

Director Knockout: Round 1 – Results

Thanks to everyone who voted in round 1 of Director Knockout! Click HERE to see the updated bracket. Here are the results: Lynch vs. Capra David Lynch (63%) Frank Capra (38%) – Lynch wins Kurosawa vs. Lang Akira Kurosawa (67%) Fritz Lang (33%) – Kurosawa wins  Chaplin vs. Griffith Charlie Chaplin (57%) D.W. Griffith (43%) – Chaplin wins…

Director Knockout! Round 1

VOTE NOW! Who will be crowned best director by the readers, writers, and followers of A World of Film?

Timbuktu: Sequence Analysis

This is an unpublished essay completed for my BA Film Studies course a little under a year and a half ago. The piece is a little less polished than my recent work, but I hope is a interesting read none the less.