University of Illinois Press, 2006 - 205 من الصفحات
"Having spearheaded the bourgeoning Nouvelle Vague scene in the late 1950s and developed a distinctive style involving still images, Chris Marker (born Christian François Bouche-Villeneuve) stands among the most influential filmmakers of the postwar era, yet remains enigmatic. His notorious reclusiveness has led to surprisingly few studies, and Nora M. Alter's Chris Marker presents the first English-language study of the unpredictable and reclusive director who remains politically and artistically influential. Marker's 1953 debut "filmic essay," The Statues Also Die (with Alain Resnais) exposed the European art market's complicity in the former Belgian Congo atrocities, and provided a bold model for other politically committed filmmakers. Thus began Marker's long struggle against global injustice, a trajectory that included his involvement with Night and Fog, La Jetée, Le Joli Mai, Far from Vietnam, Le fond du l'air est Rouge, and Prime Time in the Camps. Alter's careful study includes interviews with the director and investigates the core themes and motivations behind an often unpredictable and transnational career that defies easy classification." -- Publisher's description.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
Alain Resnais André Andrei Arsenevich animals Argos Films audiovisual battle of Okinawa Bazin Berlin Black and white Cahiers du Cinéma camera Castro CD-ROM Chris Marker Chris Marker Narration Chris Marker Photography ciné-train cinema clip collaboration Commentaires commentary Cuba director documentary Dziga Vertov Editions de Seuil Esprit Fantômas feature fiction filmic filmmaker focuses footage France François French Ghislain Cloquet Grin Guevara images imaginary Immemory installation interview Japan Jean jetée joli Joris Ivens Koumiko Mystery Krasna La jetée Last Bolshevik Letter from Siberia Level Five Marker’s films Medvedkine Medvedkine’s memory minutes Award montage Moscow museum Music Okinawa Paris parle past Peuple et Culture photographs Pierre Pierre Lhomme political portrait Production revolution role Russian scenes screen Screenplay sequence shot sound track Soviet Union Statues Sunday in Peking Sunless Tarkovsky Tarkovsky’s television tion Vertov Vietnam viewer voice-over white 16 workers Zapping Zone