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Georges Franju

Author : Kate Ince
ISBN : 0719068282
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the fullest study to date of this little-known French director, the co-founder of the Cinémathèque française, and the first book on Franju in English since 1967. Enjoying his real debut as a director in 1948 with his notorious documentary about Parisian abattoirs Le Sang des bêtes, Franju went on to make thirteen more courts métrages and eight longs métrages, including his horror classic Les Yeux sans visage. A full introduction and conclusion set Franju's directorial career in the context of his lifelong commitment to France's cinema institutions.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Georges Franju

Author : Ana Cristina Iriarte
ISBN : 8486877881
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Franju

Author : Raymond Durgnat
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Georges Franju

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ISBN : OCLC:615683334
Genre : Motion picture producers and directors
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Encyclopedia Of The Documentary Film 3 Volume Set

Author : Ian Aitken
ISBN : 9781135206208
Genre : Performing Arts
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The Encyclopedia of the Documentary Film is a fully international reference work on the history of the documentary film from the Lumière brothers' Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory (1885) to Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 911 (2004). This Encyclopedia provides a resource that critically analyzes that history in all its aspects. Not only does this Encyclopedia examine individual films and the careers of individual film makers, it also provides overview articles of national and regional documentary film history. It explains concepts and themes in the study of documentary film, the techniques used in making films, and the institutions that support their production, appreciation, and preservation.
Category: Performing Arts

The Concise Routledge Encyclopedia Of The Documentary Film

Author : Ian Aitken
ISBN : 9780415596428
Genre : Performing Arts
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This is a fully international reference work on the history of the documentary film from the Lumiere brothers' Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory (1885) to Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 911 (2004). Previously published in three volumes, entries have been edited and updated for the new, concise edition and three new entries have been added on: India, China and Africa. Bringing together all aspects of documentary film, this edition provides an invaluable resource for both scholars and students. With film stills from key films, this resource provides the decisive entry point into the history of an art form.
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Nonfiction Film

Author : Richard Meran Barsam
ISBN : 0253207061
Genre : Performing Arts
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World Film Directors 1945 1985

Author : John Wakeman
ISBN : 0824207637
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A two-volume biographical/critical dictionary of major, filmmakers from all countries, covering the entire history of the medium from 1890 to the present. Each director is treated in a separate essay that includes a detailed, chronological account of the subject's life and work and a summary of critical opinion. Includes filmography and a selective bibliography of books and articles.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Documenting The Documentary

Author : Barry Keith Grant
ISBN : 9780814339725
Genre : Performing Arts
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Originally released in 1998, Documenting the Documentary responded to a scholarly landscape in which documentary film was largely understudied and undervalued aesthetically, and analyzed instead through issues of ethics, politics, and film technology. Editors Barry Keith Grant and Jeannette Sloniowski addressed this gap by presenting a useful survey of the artistic and persuasive aspects of documentary film from a range of critical viewpoints. This new edition of Documenting the Documentary adds five new essays on more recent films in addition to the text of the first edition. Thirty-one film and media scholars, many of them among the most important voices in the area of documentary film, cover the significant developments in the history of documentary filmmaking from Nanook of the North (1922), the first commercially released documentary feature, to contemporary independent film and video productions like Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man (2005) and the controversial Borat (2006). The works discussed also include representative examples of many important national and stylistic movements and various production contexts, from mainstream to avant-garde. In all, this volume offers a series of rich and revealing analyses of those "regimes of truth" that still fascinate filmgoers as much today as they did at the very beginnings of film history. As documentary film and visual media become increasingly important ways for audiences to process news and information, Documenting the Documentary continues to be a vital resource to understanding the genre. Students and teachers of film studies and fans of documentary film will appreciate this expanded classic volume.
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Shocking Representation

Author : Adam Lowenstein
ISBN : 9780231507189
Genre : Performing Arts
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In this imaginative new work, Adam Lowenstein explores the ways in which a group of groundbreaking horror films engaged the haunting social conflicts left in the wake of World War II, Hiroshima, and the Vietnam War. Lowenstein centers Shocking Representation around readings of films by Georges Franju, Michael Powell, Shindo Kaneto, Wes Craven, and David Cronenberg. He shows that through allegorical representations these directors' films confronted and challenged comforting historical narratives and notions of national identity intended to soothe public anxieties in the aftermath of national traumas. Borrowing elements from art cinema and the horror genre, these directors disrupted the boundaries between high and low cinema. Lowenstein contrasts their works, often dismissed by contemporary critics, with the films of acclaimed "New Wave" directors in France, England, Japan, and the United States. He argues that these "New Wave" films, which were embraced as both art and national cinema, often upheld conventional ideas of nation, history, gender, and class questioned by the horror films. By fusing film studies with the emerging field of trauma studies, and drawing on the work of Walter Benjamin, Adam Lowenstein offers a bold reassessment of the modern horror film and the idea of national cinema.
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Les Affiches De La Nouvelle Vague

Author : Serge Zreik
ISBN : STANFORD:36105112673574
Genre : Film posters, French
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Collectionneur dans l'âme, Serge Zreik ne cesse depuis une quinzaine d'années de faire partager sa passion de l'affiche de cinéma (ouvrages, expositions, etc.) et de permettre au public de découvrir une branche riche et souvent méconnue de l'art graphique et publicitaire. En 179 reproductions et tout en quadrichromie, il fait revivre la Nouvelle Vague du cinéma français, entre 1958 et 1969, avec ceux, célèbres ou vedettes d'un jour, qui ont bâti la légende. A born collector, Serge Zreik has spent the past 15 years sharing his passion for film posters (books, exhibitions, etc.) and inviting the public to discover a rich and often underestimated branch of graphic and advertising art. In 179 four-color print reproductions, he retraces the French New Wave between 1958 and 1969, and the celebrities and shooting stars who helped create legend.
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Seventy Years Of Cinema

Author : Peter Cowie
ISBN : UCSC:32106007010983
Genre : Film history
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Screening The Paris Suburbs

Author : Philippe Met
ISBN : 9781526107794
Genre : Performing Arts
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Decades before the emergence of a French self-styled 'hood' film around 1995, French filmmakers looked beyond the gates of the capital for inspiration and content. In the Paris suburbs they found an inexhaustible reservoir of forms, landscapes and social types in which to anchor their fictions, from bourgeois villas and bucolic riverside cafés to post-war housing estates and postmodern new towns. For the first time in English, contributors to this volume address key aspects of this long film history, marked by such towering figures as Jean Renoir, Jacques Tati and Jean-Luc Godard. Idyllic or menacing, expansive or claustrophobic, the suburb served divergent aesthetic and ideological programmes across the better part of a century. Themes central to French cultural modernity – class conflict, leisure, boredom and anti-authoritarianism – cut across the fifteen chapters.
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Die Neueren Sprachen

Author : Wilhelm Viëtor
ISBN : UOM:39015009201693
Genre : Languages, Modern
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Vols. 1-5 include a separately paged section "Phonetische Studien. Beiblatt."
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French Twentieth Bibliography

Author : Douglas W. Alden
ISBN : 0945636687
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This series of bibliographical references is one of the most important tools for research in modern and contemporary French literature. No other bibliography represents the scholarly activities and publications of these fields as completely.
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Zoological Surrealism

Author : James Leo Cahill
ISBN : 9781452959221
Genre : Performing Arts
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An archive-based, in-depth analysis of the surreal nature and science movies of the pioneering French filmmaker Jean Painlevé Before Jacques-Yves Cousteau, there was Jean Painlevé, a pioneering French scientific and nature filmmaker with a Surrealist’s eye. Creator of more than two hundred films, his studies of strange animal worlds doubled as critical reimaginations of humanity. With an unerring eye for the uncanny and unexpected, Painlevé and his assistant Geneviève Hamon captured oneiric octopuses, metamorphic crustaceans, erotic seahorses, mythic vampire bats, and insatiable predatory insects. Zoological Surrealism draws from Painlevé’s early oeuvre to rethink the entangled histories of cinema, Surrealism, and scientific research in interwar France. Delving deeply into Painlevé’s archive, James Leo Cahill develops an account of “cinema’s Copernican vocation”—how it was used to forge new scientific discoveries while also displacing and critiquing anthropocentric viewpoints. From Painlevé’s engagements with Sergei Eisenstein, Georges Franju, and competing Surrealists to the historiographical dimensions of Jean Vigo’s concept of social cinema, Zoological Surrealism taps never-before-examined sources to offer a completely original perspective on a cutting-edge filmmaker. The first extensive English-language study of Painlevé’s early films and their contexts, it adds important new insight to our understanding of film while also contributing to contemporary investigations of the increasingly surreal landscapes of climate change and ecological emergency.
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