Presentation on theme: "War Languages Theatre and Cinema Davide Giovanzana - Vesa Matteo Piludu University of Helsinki Department of Art Research."— Presentation transcript:
War Languages Theatre and Cinema Davide Giovanzana - Vesa Matteo Piludu University of Helsinki Department of Art Research
Don Quijote de la Mancha Fernando Rey and Alfredo Landa
Cyrano de Bergerac Cast: Cyrano de Bergerac — Gerard Depardieu, Roxane — Anne Brochet, Christian de Neuvillette — Vincent Perez, Comte Antoine de Guiche — Jacques Weber, Ragueneau — Roland Bertin, Le Bret — Philippe Morier-Genoud, Carbon de Castle-Jaloux — Pierre Maguelon, The Duenna — Josiane Stoleru, The Child — Anatole Delalande, The Father — Alain Rimoux, Vicomte de Valvert — Philippe Volter, Ligniere — Jean-Marie Winling, The Bore — Louis Navarre, Montfleury — Gabriel Monnet, Bellerose — Francois Marie.
Woyzeck Shave Scene This is a scene taken from the first real German Expressionistic play, that would set standards for a movement to come. This movement set up genres that we now: refer to as Film Noir and Horror. With this short scene I have tried to get as close to replicating the essence of German Expressionism, with out compromising the meaning with aesthetics. This scene takes place when Woyzeck is giving his captain a shave. This is a pivotal scene which confronts both interior motives and believes with a shift in power, making it a most ideal scene to represent the movement.