NonNarrative Form and Avant Garde

NonNarrative Form - Non-Narrative Systems and Avant Garde Avant Garde"Advanced Guard in French experimental form in the arts in general 10:41:00 AM

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Non-Narrative Systems and Avant Garde  23/01/2008 13:41:00 Avant Garde     “Advanced Guard” in French experimental form in the arts in general in the film industry, depicts a departure from the mainstream a film movement that started simultaneously in Germany and France in the  1920’s, then later moved to USA and others specifically worked to break the expectations of classical Hollywood cinema  (anti CHC) usually low budget, less expensive equipment films are recognizable by their effort and outside of mainstream cinema boundary b/w avant garde and mainstream cinema is not fixed some artworks offer tension and imbalance, contradictions, etc. avant garde films sometimes aim to discomfort the audience by breaking the  mainstream structure and arouse their expectations
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course FILMST 46 taught by Professor Felando during the Winter '07 term at UCSB.

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