Re: [mythsoc] Landscape
- My immediate response (before I fully read your message) was about books that are printed in landscape layout, like Leslie Marmon Silko's Storyteller, which emphasizes the different way people take in information if they are reading in the way that they view the horizon.Clearly, however, this is not an actual answer to the question.-AlanaOn Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 6:20 AM, John Davis <john@...> wrote:Does anyone know of any books (or even published articles) written on the importance of landscape in fantasy? I'm sure there must be some out there, but a quick trawl of Amazon and ABE failed to find me any.John--
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- Some more contributions:City of Lost ChildrenDreamchild (part fantasy bio of Lewis Carroll, starring Ian Holm)Return to OzThe Navigator (1988, party of 14th Cent. pilgrims travel into the future to find a way to fight the plague)Time BanditsWings of DesireSteve Gaddis
Tarsem Singh's "The Fall".
Del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth".
Everything Hayao Miyazaki has done for Studio Ghibli.
-- David Emerson
Would listfolk like to offer their nominations for films that prove that the motion picture may be an art form truly worthy of the fantastic imagination?