Cinema

The Archaeology of Film and the Memory of A Century

; Youssef Ishaghpour ; John Howe (Oversetter)

Serie: Talking Images v. 1

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Constellation and Classification * The Angle and the Editing * The Urgency of the Present and the Redemption of the Past * History and Recall * Video as a Way of Telling the Story of Cinema * Only Cinema can Tell its Own History * Quoting and Editing * History/ies of Cinema * History and Archaeology * History of Love, of the Eye, of the Look * The Loss of the Magic of Cinema and the New Wave * After and Before Auschwitz * What Cinema Can Do * Only Cinema, Telling its Own Story, Can Recount History * Cinema as Christianity... the Image and the Resurrection * Images and Editing * Towards the Stars Appendix: Jean Luc Godard: Modern Life, Poetry and History by Youssef Ishaghpour

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Jean Luc Godard started making films in the late 1950s and is still making them. From his first feature, A Bout de Souffle (Breathless), Godard changed the way movies were made. Godard has always taken film-making seriously, treating it - from his days on the famous review, Cahiers du Cinema, to the extraordinary collage of his Histoires du Cinema - as an art form worthy of analysis. Today, his influence extends across such key contemporary film-makers as Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, Jim Jarmusch, Wim Wenders, Steven Soderbergh and Quentin Tarantino. Jean Luc Godard started making films in the late 1950s and is still making them. From his first feature, A Bout de Souffle (Breathless), Godard changed the way movies were made. Godard has always taken film-making seriously, treating it - from his days on the famous review, Cahiers du Cinema, to the extraordinary collage of his Histoires du Cinema - as an art form worthy of analysis. Today, his influence extends across such key contemporary film-makers as Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, Jim Jarmusch, Wim Wenders, Steven Soderbergh and Quentin Tarantino. Youssef Ishaghpour is Professor at the University Rene Descartes, Paris V. His writings on cinema, painting, philosophy and literature have been widely translated. Translated by John Howe John Howe, is a translator, journalist and writer. His many translations include Godard's voiceover for the complete soundtrack edition of Histoire(s) du cinema.