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Alison Tara Walker

’s – that the young would create a new world order based on love and gentleness after those fearful Cold War years. And how similar it seemed musically, with rock music being played in churches and the Jesus people singing on the streets. That was what I wanted to bring together: something that would unite the love-songs of Provence with the music of

in Medieval film
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Weaving around the Bayeux Tapestry and cinema in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and El Cid
Richard Burt

Tapestry in El Cid helps explain its far more complicated narrative structure and Cold War politics. Whereas Robin Hood : Prince of Thieves makes the Bayeux Tapestry analogous to film by transforming it into a film montage, equating mimetic representation with the extension of vision and the nonmimetic with blindness, El Cid ’s Bayeux Tapestry sequence enables us to see obliquely how

in Medieval film