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Fall 2010 VAB 132 GOSHORN
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The director’s job is to combine all the elements of production into a cohesive and coherent whole while sticking to the budget and schedule, and maintaining the artistic integrity of the production.
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Refers to the idea that a director may be considered the primary author of a film, and that certain criteria merit special distinction as such. This theory was first formulated by French critics of the 1950s who wrote for Andre Bazin’s film journal Cahiers du Cinema and was adopted in the United States by leading film critics such as Andrew Sarris.
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The first requirement of the auteur is that (s)he must be technically competent; “a great director must be at least a good director.” A director whose body of work resides at this stage can be considered a technician. The second requirement is a distinguishable personality – an artistic signature. “The way a film looks and moves should have some relation to the way a director thinks and feels.” The
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