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Stephen Borunda is an educator and filmmaker currently located in Baltimore, Maryland. He completed his undergraduate and graduate education at the Johns Hopkins University. Stephen loves metaphysical films, photography, inspirational poetry, philosophy with political utility, and bashing his head in as a rugby player. Hopefully, his writing doesn't suffer too much as a result of this trauma.

Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker is ripe with philosophical connotations; here, we discuss some of the film's more prominent ideas.

Sculptures in Time Pt. IV: Tarkovsky's THE MIRROR

The next in our Sculptures in Time series about Andrei Tarkovsky's films is The Mirror, a film very autobiographical and surreal in nature.

Sculptures In Time Pt. III: Tarkovsky's SOLARIS

In Tarkovsky’s 1972 film Solaris, Kris Kelvin (played by Donatas Banionis) journeys to a space station on the sentient planet Solaris in order to

Sculptures in Time Pt. II: Tarkovsky's ANDREI RUBLEV

For Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, the artist was inextricably joined to his society, both its benefits and its ills. Tarkovsky defined these colloquies between

Sculptures In Time Pt. I: Tarkovsky's IVAN'S CHILDHOOD

About midway through Andrei Tarkovsky’s feature 1962 film debut of Ivan’s Childhood, in the midst of a Russian battlefield field torn asunder during World II,