ilms where developers strive to capture the social and cultural features of the society, avant-garde film developers infuse their creativity and thoughts into the development of films thereby pushing the boundaries of possibilities in such creations (Kostelanetz & Brittain, 2000). Avant-garde film therefore increased the bounds of film development thereby providing developers with more possibilities, this has consequently revamped the industry thus perpetuating both competition and creativity in the industry as espoused in the discussion below.
Mesh of the afternoon is one such film in which the developers experiment with different features and elements of film development. The short is film is a perfect example of avant-garde film. The film adopts a circular narrative structure with the developers repeating similar motifs and symbols. Among the motifs are flowers, a knife and a falling key among others. The simplistic structure easily portrays the ease of developing the film as the developer manipulates the camera angles, shots and lighting of different scenes in order to develop the sequential flow of concepts in the film. The film therefore provides a realistic manifestation of avant-garde film in the contemporary society. Andy Warhol is yet another contemporary developer of avant-garde films who has depicted understanding of the intricate features in film developments and the need to infuse creativity and experimental aspects of films in film developments in the contemporary society. Among his greatest works is Ann the girl who cried a tear.
In his works, Andy Warhol portrays the role of arts in the society; he developed films and music that provided a perfect reflection of the society through his artistic and analytical eyes. This provides him with the relativity to experiment on different issues. He for example pioneered the use of computers in the generation of arts including films. Ann the girl who cried a tear is one of his famous works, which portray