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- Metacinema, also meta-cinema, analogous to metafiction in literature, is a mode of filmmaking in which the film informs the audience that they are watching...
- do****entary itself would be entirely paid for by sponsors, thus being a form of metafilm. The film's slogan is "He's not selling out, he's buying in." Besides a...
- The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean and was written by Charlie Kaufman. The metafilm starred Nicolas Cage in a dual role as Kaufman and his fictional twin brother...
- story Induction Meta- Meta-discussion Meta-joke Meta-reference Metafiction Metafilm Metaknowledge Metalanguage Prologue Self-reference Show-within-a-show...
- installment of the main Amityville Horror film series and a direct sequel/metafilm taking place in the "real world" outside of the continuity of the series...
- Stanley Kubrick, a similar premise to this film. List of docufiction films Metafilm DVD of the W****: Close-Up|The New Yorker "The Top 50 Greatest Films of...
- viewers did not see in the first film. Six was inspired to make the movie a metafilm after reporters kept asking him if he worried about people committing copycat...
- made amorous advances during the filming of Romeo and Juliet. Film portal Metafilm Roman à clef Postmodernist film "Films à clef - LC Linked Data Service:...
- Genre of fiction about fiction Metatheatre Metalepsis – Figure of speech Metafilm Wolf, Werner (2009). Metareference across Media. Theory and Case Studies...
- "Essential Cinema" repertory. List of American films of 1969 1905 in film Metafilm TCM.com Anthology Film Archives: Film Screenings Chicago Reader Chicago...
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