Atom Egoyan

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Contribution byPatrick de HaasbyAtom EgoyanText byPaul Virilio

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The first book on the extraordinary young Turkish filmmaker, whose work explores the way human relationships are corrupted by the omnipresence of technology.

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The first monograph on the award-winning Canadian filmmaker, Atom Egoyan discusses his innovative style, use of imagery and recurring themes. Critics and scholars such as Carole Desbarats, Daniele Riviere and Paul Virilio discuss the quest for misplaced uniqueness, the location of emotions through artifice and restoration of communicat...

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The first book on the extraordinary young Turkish filmmaker, whose work explores the way human relationships are corrupted by the omnipresence of technology.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 10.75 × 8.75 × 0.68 inPublisher:Dis VoirLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:2906571342

ISBN - 13:9782906571341

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The first monograph on the award-winning Canadian filmmaker, Atom Egoyan discusses his innovative style, use of imagery and recurring themes. Critics and scholars such as Carole Desbarats, Daniele Riviere and Paul Virilio discuss the quest for misplaced uniqueness, the location of emotions through artifice and restoration of communication between images and imagination.