- This means immediacy in the tone, even when the subject calls for some mediation.
- It's that sense of immediacy and instant gratification that is part of the allure.
- There is a quality of immediacy and reality in what writing is taken to be.
- For such a period movie the film is alive with a sense of immediacy that is rarely seen in modern cinema.
- However, in filmmaking, honesty and immediacy are not virtues but strategies.
- Video art brought with it the temporal immediacy of the camera and the possibility of live transmission.
- Many people have been killed, but when television gets involved like this it seems to hit us with more immediacy.
- Direct comment regarding the passage of time allows immediacy to be tempered with distance.
- That element, and a sense of immediacy, is absent in a lot of the material produced in the last 20 years.
- The new songs bristle with an excitement and immediacy that demand attention.
- Her genius was to give a sense of immediacy to visions constructed slowly as works of art.
- The result has a visceral, involving immediacy rare in Hollywood product.
- The vocabulary of these pioneers was based on a primitivising language of simplicity and immediacy.
- For the first time the vivid immediacy of such acts was brought into the homes of millions.
- And then there is the digital camera, with its immediacy, its clear and beautiful treatment of light.
- That immediacy works well, leading to differing reactions at key points from the teenagers and parents in the audience.
- And by serving with a squeeze of lime juice and a minted cucumber salad, you add immediacy and freshness.
- It is these qualities, however, which lend their old folk material a crucial sense of immediacy and excitement.
- The immediacy and connectivity can expose great wrong; in just the same way, it can do great wrong.
- These bizarre stunts are entertaining and the handheld camera in dogged pursuit offers a sense of immediacy.
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