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The Analysis of Film

The Analysis of Film Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 0253213649
Release 2000
Pages 303
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The Analysis of Film brings together the authors studies of classic Hollywood film. It is a book about the methods of close film analysis, the narrative structure of Hollwood film, Hitchcock's work and the role of women.



Between the images

Between the images Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 3037641444
Release 2012
Pages 413
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This volume brings together 20 illustrated essays written between 1981 and 1989 by Raymond Bellour, one of the world's most prominent film theorists.



Eye for I

Eye for I Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105031390623
Release 1989
Pages 48
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Raymond Bellour

Raymond Bellour Author Hilary Radner
ISBN-10 1474422888
Release 2018-03-31
Pages 208
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One of the most influential figures in French film philosophy, Raymond Bellour's interests range across cinema, art, literature and philosophy, and his work sits at the critical juncture between the cinematic experience in the period of classical cinema to the new forms of spectatorship ushered in by digital media in the 21st century. With a succinct account of Bellour's oeuvre, this book provides a generous introduction to his ideas on cinema, an annotated bibliography of his work, and a six-chapter translation of a substantial and wide-ranging interview previously unavailable in English. Providing a clear, systematic account of the evolution of Bellour's thought on the nature of cinematic representation, the impact of digital technology and the response of the spectator, this is an essential guide to the work of a major contemporary thinker.



L entre images

L entre images Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 UOM:39015034031297
Release 1990
Pages 347
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L entre images has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from L entre images also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full L entre images book for free.



A propos du CD ROM Immemory de Chris Marker

A propos du CD ROM Immemory de Chris Marker Author Laurent Roth
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105028432271
Release 1997
Pages 157
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Feature Film

Feature Film Author Douglas Gordon
ISBN-10 UVA:X006027309
Release 1999
Pages 128
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A work concerned with Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film, Vertigo, and with Bernard Hermann's original music written for the film. Sound disc contains Bernard Hermann's soundtrack.



Postwar

Postwar Author Jeffrey Skoller
ISBN-10 190615595X
Release 2010
Pages 191
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Postwar: The Films of Daniel Eisenberg presents the major films of filmmaker Daniel Eisenberg: Displaced Person, 1981, Cooperation of Parts, 1987, Persistence, 1997, and Something More Than Night, 2003, through newly commissioned essays by five highly respected writers of contemporary film and media art. This book represents the first survey of Eisenberg’s work, placing it in the context of contemporary theory and experimental media practice. As in the work of Claude Lanzmann, Harun Farocki and Alexander Kluge, history is the ground for investigation and experimentation for Eisenberg. The concept of “postwar” finds form in each of his films, differently in each one. The book also serves as a matrix for a new photo project by Daniel Eisenberg, specifically designed for this book, drawn from stills from the films, images of source material, ephemera and the filmmaker’s own collection. Each contributor has focused his or her contribution on a specific film. In a playful and unconventional way the book will mirror the ways in which these films bring image and text into direct encounter with the physical experience of history, and how his poetic texts creates a dialogue with images. This book offers Eisenberg’s dense and critically rich films to a wide audience of filmmakers, scholars and students of history, art and media. The book coincides with a newly published DVD of Eisenberg’s films.



Entre im genes

Entre im  genes Author
ISBN-10 9505637314
Release 2009
Pages 355
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Jean Luc Godard

Jean Luc Godard Author Laurence Kardish
ISBN-10 087070348X
Release 1992
Pages 240
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L Analyse du film

L Analyse du film Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 9782702158364
Release 1995-05-17
Pages 320
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L'analyse du film, ou comment la passion du cinéma en vient à se choisir comme objet. Prenant délibérément le parti de traiter le film comme un texte susceptible d'analyses rigoureuses, Raymond Bellour s'emploie, dans ce livre fondateur, à débrouiller l'écheveau des significations et des formes, dans ces grands films que sont Les Oiseaux, La Mort aux trousses, Psychose, Marnie. L'Analyse du film est d'abord un livre sur Hitchcock. Mais c'est aussi un livre sur le fonctionnement narratif du cinéma hollywoodien et sur la place qu'il réserve à la femme. C'est, enfin, un livre qui ne cesse de s'interroger sur l'analyse comme pratique singulière. Ces livres se rassemblent et se relancèrent en un volume unique tournant tout entier autour de l'éblouissement qui le provoque : l'amour du cinéma.



Pasolini Chaucer and Boccaccio

Pasolini  Chaucer and Boccaccio Author Agnès Blandeau
ISBN-10 9780786422470
Release 2006-07-05
Pages 218
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"The book first studies the two films and puts them in perspective. Next, it interprets both films from a wider perspective, recounting misinterpretations, expounding upon Pasolini's ideological vision, and defending the oft-criticized adaptations. Finall



Chris Marker

Chris Marker Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105110009862
Release 2000-09-01
Pages 113
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Cin ma et peinture

Cin  ma et peinture Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 UOM:39015018979925
Release 1990
Pages 175
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Le corps du cin ma

Le corps du cin  ma Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 2846822794
Release 2009
Pages 637
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Ce livre cherche à mieux comprendre ce qu'est un spectateur de cinéma, un corps de spectateur pris dans le corps du cinéma. On y mène d'abord une comparaison, classique mais jamais éclairée, entre le cinéma et l'hypnose - cet état énigmatique, intermédiaire entre la veille, le rêve et le sommeil. Ressaisie dans l'histoire des dispositifs de vision dont l'hypnose participe, depuis la fin du XVIIIe siècle, cette vue du cinéma comme hypnose s'engage dans trois directions : une analogie de dispositifs; une interprétation métapsychologique ; la réévaluation contemporaine de l'hypnose stimulée par la recherche neurobiologique. Le parti pris essentiel de ce livre suppose une équivalence entre l'état de cinéma compris comme hypnose légère et la masse des émotions éprouvées au cours de la projection d'un film. Mais plutôt que des émotions conventionnelles, de nature psychologique, il s'agit des émotions premières que Daniel Stern a nommées des affects de vitalité : les réactions sensibles induites chez le tout petit enfant par la construction corporelle et psychique de son expérience, qui sont autant de signes précurseurs du style dans l'art. De ces émotions sans nom, aussi variables que toujours recommencées, le cinéma semble par excellence être le lieu, lui qui se donne, dans ses films authentiques, pour la réalité faite art. Enfin, ce corps d'hypnose et d'émotion est aussi un corps animal. Part d'animalité de l'homme, tenant au mouvement, au plus élémentaire du corps affecté. Dès sa conception et sans cesse au fil de son histoire le cinéma s'est voué à la figuration animale. On la cerne ici à travers le cinéma américain où l'animal, entre pastoralisme et wilderness occupe une fonction anthropologique première; et dans des œuvres du cinéma moderne européen, d'où ressort une vision plus ontologique. Ce livre est largement conçu à partir d'analyses de films. On cherche à ressaisir le film dans son détail le plus intime, là où, de micro-émotions en émotions plus vastes, sans cesse il se construit. Le choix des films a été aussi divers que possible, dans l'histoire comme dans la géographie du cinéma : des films Lumière aux œuvres du cinéma moderne et contemporain, en passant par le cinéma classique et le cinéma expérimental ou d'avant-garde. On aimerait avoir ainsi touché le cœur du cinéma. Quelques auteurs surtout ont inspiré cette approche : pour l'hypnose, Lawrence Kubie, Sigmund Freud, Léon Chertok et François Roustang; pour le développement de l'enfant et la neurobiologie, Daniel Stern et Antonio Damasio; pour la pensée et la critique du cinéma, Gilles Deleuze et Serge Daney.



A Hitchcock Reader

A Hitchcock Reader Author Marshall Deutelbaum
ISBN-10 9781405155564
Release 2009-02-24
Pages 394
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This new edition of A Hitchcock Reader aims to preserve what has been so satisfying and successful in the first edition: a comprehensive anthology that may be used as a critical text in introductory or advanced film courses, while also satisfying Hitchcock scholars by representing the rich variety of critical responses to the director's films over the years. a total of 20 of Hitchcock?s films are discussed in depth - many others are considered in passing section introductions by the editors that contextualize the essays and the films they discuss well-researched bibliographic references, which will allow readers to broaden the scope of their study of Alfred Hitchcock



L Enfant

L Enfant Author Raymond Bellour
ISBN-10 9782818019498
Release 2013-10-03T00:00:00+02:00
Pages 104
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'Il ne peut pas imaginer l'enfant. Il cherche à le revoir, mais ne peut pas l'imaginer. L'enfant s'enveloppe lui-même pour s'appeler enfant.'