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However, while Suda 51's name is certainly nowhere near as pervasive in American households as Hitchcock's, his sense of "auteurship" does contain interesting parallels with Hitchcock's specific efforts at public identity as well as those of the New Wave movement.
PopMatters G. Christopher Williams 2010
He matured into auteurship with the anguished subterranean soul of his excellent main band, TV on the Radio.
I expect one thing and one thing only out of a video-game movie: auteurship.
On Transformers 2, he plans to bring the same staggering intellect and cocksure auteurship (cockteurship?) that shaped Transformers 1 to bear on neutralizing the internet rumor mill.
"As gamers age," he predicts, "and the first generation of brilliant auteurship appears, it will finally become recognized as a legitimate medium."
But many critics now say European cinema is in a kind of identity crisis as it attempts to compete against mega-budget Hollywood movies -- not to mention the steady supply of art-house or "indie" films from across the Atlantic -- while remaining faithful to its tradition of low-budget (and often government-subsidized) auteurship.
The important thing, which Daniel has already hit on here and was brought up at various points in the recent auteurship discussion is that every action of each contributor has to serve the uniting vision of the world as a whole.
What are your feelings on auteurship in game development?
Hobson's Choice in the context of Lean's body of work and draws attention to his expert staging and wonderful auteurship.
PopMatters Emma Simmonds 2009
The World Unseen is a film that benefits from an auteurship rarely seen in modern film: It was written and directed by Shamim Sarif (pictured above), author of the novel on which the film is based.