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Alphaville – Jean-Luc Goddard (1965)
Jean-Luc Goddard is arguably France’s most famous director; he was involved in a movement called the French new wave, a rebellion against the conventions of standard filmmaking. Alphaville, or Tarzan Vs IBM (its working title), is no exception. I found it very hard to follow and I spent most of the films duration trying to make sense of the actions. This is not necessarily a criticism, just because I was not in control of the situation as a viewer, it’s not to say that I didn’t …
With exam season in full swing, some of you may be crying out for a break from your books and a chance to do something different, which is where the university’s Fine and Applied Arts students come in. This year’s BA graduates from the department will be showing their work in the Sidney Cooper Gallery, which the public can view from 29th May to 10th June, and entry is completely free (making it even more desirable for students).
The Degree Show incorporates many different mediums of art, so there really …