Acclaimed filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson's 'the silent eye' is an experiment in constraint, collaboration and improvisation - a piece of impressionistic cinema that turns the lens on two veterans who have taken their art to virtuosic heights. Nicholas Godfrey examines the themes and techniques in this equally masterful work, which inherits its director's preoccupations with intimacy and vulnerability.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - May 2018|
- Motion pictures-- analysis
- Movie Directors – Criticism and Interpretation
- Courtin-Wilson, Amiel