CAMERA
CINEMA OLD & NEW
Director David CRONENBERG
Country Canada
Year 2000
Running Time 6'
Color/B&W Color
Genre Fiction
Introduction
While a veteran actor laments the state of film and film acting, a group of young children sneak a Panavision camera into the apartment where the actor resides and decide to make a film with it.
Director
David CRONENBERG
David CRONENBERG, was born in Canada, in 1943. In early stage in his career, he reached the cult status of horror-meister with <SHIVERS>(1975) and <RABID>(1977). The issues of tech-induced mutation of the human body repeatedly are examined in his films such as <VIDEODROME>(1983), <THE FLY>(1986), <NAKID LUNCH>(1991), <CRASH>(1996, won the Jury Prize in Cannes). His recent films <EAST ERN PROMISE>(2005) and <A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE>(2007) probed into the issue of violence in seasoned directing.