Film Fables

The renowned French philosopher Jacques Ranciere turns his critical eye to the history of modern cinema. Les mer
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The renowned French philosopher Jacques Ranciere turns his critical eye to the history of modern cinema.

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Translator's Preface

Prologue: A Thwarted Fable

Part I: FABLES OF THE VISIBLE
Between the age of the theater and the television age
1. Eisenstein's Madness
2. A Silent Tartuffe
3. From One Manhunt to Another: Fritz Lang Between Two Ages
4. The Child Director

Part II: CLASSICAL NARRATIVE, ROMANTIC NARRATIVE
5. Some Things To Do: The Poetics of Anthony Mann
6. The Missing Shot: The Poetics of Nicholas Ray

Part III: IF THERE IS A CINEMATOGRAPHIC MODERNITY
7. From One Image to Another? Deleuze and the Ages of Cinema
8. Falling Bodies: Rossellini's Physics
9. The Red of La Chinoise: Godard's Politics

Part IV: FABLES OF THE CINEMA, (HI)STORIES OF A CENTURY
10. Documentary Fiction: Marker and the Fiction of Memory
11. A Fable Without a Moral: Godard, Cinema, (Hi)stories

Index

Om forfatteren

Jacques Ranciere taught at the University of Paris VIII, France, from 1969 to 2000, occupying the Chair of Aesthetics and Politics from 1990 until his retirement.