Le cinema de vouzotres : Films et recontres: Cinema Judeite Belgique / Editeur responsable: Jean-Pierre Hubin
Brussels: Institut de la memoire audiovisuelle juive, .
Call No: 71(493)-054(=924) Author: Hubin, Jean-Pierre Edition:  Place: Brussels Publisher: Institut de la memoire audiovisuelle juive PubDate:  PhysDes: 108 p. ; 14cm; 52 p. ; 14cm; 1 DVD (66 min) : colour, stereo; All in box 15 x 15 x 2 cm Subject: BELGIUM; JEWS AND THE CINEMA; AKERMAN, CHANTAL; DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC Notes: Title translates as: Your cinema: Cinema, Jewishness, Belgium. Films and encounters.; 108 page paperback book in French, 52 page booklet with English translation, with 67 min. DVD of six short documentary films. Language: French / English More info
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DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC
Filmed thought : cinema as reflective form / Robert B. Pippin
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020.
Call No: 631.19 PIP Author: Pippin, Robert B. Source: US Place: Chicago Publisher: University of Chicago Press PubDate: 2020 PhysDes: 271 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 32 cm Subject: PHILOSOPHY AND THE CINEMA; SPECTATORSHIP; REAR WINDOW (US, Alfred Hitchcock, 1954); HABLE CON ELLA [TALK TO HER] (SP, Pedro Almodovar, 2002); SHADOW OF A DOUBT (US, Alfred Hitchcock, 1943); CHINATOWN (US, Roman Polanski, 1974); ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS (US, Douglas Sirk, 1955); JOHNNY GUITAR (US, Nicholas Ray, 1954); IN A LONELY PLACE (US, Nicholas Ray, 1950); THIN RED LINE, THE (US, Terrence Malick, 1998); DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC Summary: "In this book, philosopher Robert B. Pippin reveals how films can illuminate, in a concrete manner, core features of shared human life. Filmed Thought examines questions of morality in Almodovar's Talk to Her, goodness and naivete in Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt, love and fantasy in Sirk's All That Heaven Allows, politics and society in Polanski's Chinatown and Malick's The Thin Red Line, and self-understanding and understanding others in Nicholas Ray's In A Lonely Place and in the Dardenne brothers' oeuvre. In each reading, Pippin pays close attention to what makes these films exceptional as technical works of art (with an eye to cinematic irony) and as intellectual and philosophical achievements. Throughout, he shows how films offer a view of basic problems of human agency from the inside and allow viewers to think with and through them. Captivating and insightful, Filmed Thought shows us what it means to take cinema seriously not just as art, but as thought, and how this medium provides a singular form of reflection on what it is to be human." - taken from back cover. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9780226672007 Contents: Section I: Cinema As Reflective Form 1. Cinematic Reflection -- 2. Cinematic Self-consciousness in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window -- Section II: Moral Variations 3. Devils & Angels in Pedro Almodovar's Talk to Her -- 4. Confounding Morality in Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt -- Section III: Social Pathologies 5. Cinematic Tone in Roman Polanski's Chinatown: Can "Life" Itself be "False"? -- 6. Love & Class in Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows -- Section IV: Irony & Mutuality 7. Cinematic Irony: The Strange Case of Nicholas Ray's Johnny Guitar -- 8. Passive & Active Skepticism in Nicholas Ray's In a Lonely Place -- Section V: Agency & Meaning 9. Vernacular Metaphysics: On Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line -- 10. Psychology Degree Zero? The Representation of Action in the Films of the Dardenne Brothers ID2: 343 More info
Five directors : auteurism from Assayas to Ozon / edited by Kate Ince
Manchester, UK ; New York: Manchester University Press, 2008.
Call No: 621 INC Source: UK/US Place: Manchester, UK ; New York Publisher: Manchester University Press PubDate: 2008 PhysDes: viii, 157 p. ; 21 cm Subject: NOUVELLE VAGUE; AUTEUR THEORY; EUROPEAN CINEMA; ASSAYAS, OLIVIER; AUDIARD, JACQUES; DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC; HANEKE, MICHAEL; OZON, FRANCOIS Summary: "This new appraisal of the continuing relevence of the auteur to filmmmaking in French will reinvigorate debate about the historic place of auteurism in both French and European cinema.
Auteurism - the ideea that a director of a film is its source of meaning and should retain creative control over the finished product - has been one of film studies' most important paradigms ever since the French 'nouvelle vague' of the late 1950s, and the adoption of the term auteur by Andrew Sarris.
Through the work of five important contemporary directors working in the French language, this book explores the ways in which the meaning of auteur has changed over this half-century. Its five dense and wide-ranging introductory essays to the films of Olivier Assayas, Jacques Audiard, the Dardenne brothers, Michael Haneke and Francois Ozon combine French philosophical and sociological approaches with methodologies from the Anglo-American fields of gender studies, queer theory and postmodernism.
This volume will be of interest to researchers working in French and European cinema and to students of film studies, European cinema, and French and Francophone studies, as well as to film enthusiasts."-BOOK BLURB Notes: includes bibliographical references
includes filmography; includes index ISBN: 9780719086410 Contents: Olivier Assayas and the cinemna of catastrophe / Paul Sutton -- Jacques Audiard : contesting filiations / Julia Dobson -- Ethics in the ruin of politics : the Dardenne brothers / Martin O'Shaughnessy -- Close encounters with distant suffering : Michael Haneke's disarming visions / Libby Saxton -- Franc¸ois Ozon's cinema of desire / Kate Ince More info
International film guide 2012 : the definitive annual review of world cinema / edited by Ian Haydn Smith
Brighton: International Film Guide, 2012.
Call No: REFERENCE SECTION; 058 INT "2012" Author: Smith, Ian Haydn Edition: 48th ed. Source: UK Place: Brighton Publisher: International Film Guide PubDate: 2012 PhysDes: 339 p . : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: FESTIVALS; CRITICISM; INDUSTRY, FILM; ALFREDSON, TOMAS; DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC; DAVIES, TERENCE; MALICK, TERRENCE; REFN, NICHOLAS WINDING Notes: 48th edition ISBN: 9781908215017 Contents: : -- Directors of the Year -- Tomas Alfredson -- Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne -- Terence Davies -- Terrence Malick -- Nicolas Winding Refn -- DVD Focus -- World Survey -- Algeria -- Argentina -- Armenia -- Australia -- Austria -- Belgium -- Bolivia -- Bosnia & Herzegovina -- Brazil -- Bulgaria -- Canada -- Chile -- China -- Colombia -- Croatia -- Cuba -- Cyprus -- Czech Republic -- Denmark -- Ecuador -- Egypt -- Estonia -- Finland -- France -- Georgia -- Germany -- Greece -- Hong Kong -- Hungary -- Iceland -- India -- Iran -- Israel -- Italy -- Japan -- Kazakhstan -- Lithuania -- Mexico -- Morocco -- Netherlands -- New Zealand -- Nigeria -- Norway -- Poland -- Portugal -- Romania -- Russia -- Serbia -- Singapore -- Slovakia -- South Africa -- South Korea -- Spain -- Sweden -- Switzerland -- Taiwan -- Thailand -- Tunisia -- Turkey -- Ukraine -- United Kingdom -- United States -- Additional Countries -- Burkina Faso -- Cambodia -- Cameroon -- Chad -- Costa Rica -- Gabon -- Guatemala -- Iraq -- Ivory Coast -- Kyrgyzstan -- Lebanon -- Malaysia -- Mali -- Mauritania -- Nepal -- Palestine -- Qatar -- Senegal -- Tajikistan -- Uzbekistan -- Festival News -- Festival Director Profiles -- Film Festival Calendar -- Leading Festivals -- Festivals and Markets of Note -- index to advertisers -- More info
Projections 15 : European cinema / edited by Peter Cowie and Pascal Edelmann
London: Faber and Faber, 2007.
Call No: 802 PRO v.15 Author: Cowie, Peter; Edelmann, Pascal Source: UK Place: London Publisher: Faber and Faber PubDate: 2007 PhysDes: xxxii, 356 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm Subject: DOGMA; EUROPEAN CINEMA; FILMMAKING; FILM STUDY AND RESEARCH; HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE CINEMA; INDEPENDENT FILMS; INDUSTRY, FILM. EUROPEAN COUNTRIES; ALMODOVAR, PEDRO; ANGELOPOULOS, THEO; BARDEM, JAVIER; BERGMAN, INGMAR; BERTOLUCCI, BERNARDO; CANTET, LAURENT; DARDENNE, JEAN-PIERRE & LUC; HOLLAND, AGNIESZKA; JACOB, IRENE; LOACH, KENNETH; MAKAVEJEV, DUSAN; MOREAU, JEANNE; DE OLIVEIRA, MANOEL; OZON, FRANCOIS; RIKLIS, ERAN; STORARO, VITTORIO; STEEN, PAPRIKA; SZABO, ISTVAN; TANOVIC, DANIS; THOMAS, JEREMY; ULLMANN, LIV; Wenders, Wim; WINTERBOTTOM, MICHAEL; SAVRSENI KRUG (BS/FR/NE, Ademir Kenovic, 1997) Summary: "This volume features articles with leading directors, writers, producers, actors, cinematographers, critics, directors of festivals and cinema institutions - as well as audience members from across the wide swathe of Europe - in which they discuss the question: What is a European film?" -Book blurb Notes: Contains a foreword by British critic Derek Malcolm; Cover and spine title: Projections + the European Film Academy ISBN: 9780571235292 Contents: Acknowledgements -- A note on the editors -- Foreword by Derek Malcolm -- Introduction -- A family affair: Uniting the talents of Europe - by Peter Cowie -- Ingmar's dream -- The European Film Academy - a conversation with Istvan Szabo -- Dreamland Europe -- What's so European about us? - by Wim Wenders -- The land of dreams - by Manoel de Oliveira -- How Bergman can change your life - by Gunnar Bergdahl -- The poetic power of Theo Angelopoulos - by Michel Ciment -- Cinema as a way of life - notes from a conversation with Jeanne Moreau -- The meaning of light - a conversation with Vittorio Storaro -- A greater Europe -- A voice from Central Europe - an interview with Agnieszka Holland -- Filming to survive - an interview with Ademir Kenovic -- The idealist - an interview with Danis Tanovic -- A question of honesty - an interview with Cristi Puiu -- Being Hungarian - an email interview with Gyorgy Palfi -- Thoughts from Russia - by Ilya Khranovsky -- Slow train to Europe - by Eran Riklis -- Acting European -- Being an actor is to recognise and to be recognised - by Liv Ullmann -- Actresses are much more intelligent - an interview with Francois Ozon -- Between two countries - an interview with Daniel Bruhl -- Someone has to carry the baby - an interview with Irene Jacob -- Talking to an addict - an interview with Jalil Lespert -- Finding a new approach: Dogma -- A new wave in Danish cinema - by Henning Camre -- A curse and a blessing - an interview with paprika Steen -- European success stories -- Dedicated to auteur cinema - an interview with Margaret Menegoz -- All about Almodovar - by Vincente Molina Foix -- A new kind of scene - an interview with Dieter Kosslick -- A mirror of the world we live in - an interview with Bernardo Bertolucci -- A cinema for our time: the documentary - by Thierry Garrel -- The fiction of reality - by Nino Kirtadze -- Out of the closet: queer cinema -- Things can change - an interview with Wieland Speck -- A journey of twenty years of lesbian film - by Silke Brandt -- Reinventing yourself - an interview with Constantine Giannaris -- Going independent was the best idea - an interview with Ventura Pons -- No more drama, please! - an interview with Jacques Martineua and Olivier Ducastel -- A regional matter: local heroes -- A touchstone of reality - an interview with Ken Loach -- An opportunity to resist - an interview with Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne -- A world without red and blue - an interview with Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck -- France isn't Paris - an interview with Laurent Cantet -- Hard work - an interview with Javier Bardem and Fernando Leon de Aranoa -- Independent and successful? -- Catching the moment - an interview with Dusan Makavejev -- An almighty task - an interview with Jeremy Thomas -- Making political films - an interview with Michael Winterbottom -- Understanding different cultures - an interview with Marco Muller -- An uphill battle - an interview with Jean-Marc Barr -- A ray of sunshine in a cold country - an interview with Baltasar Kormakur -- My own cinema -- Films that European film-makers would screen -- The audience: who sees these films? -- Voices from the cinema-loving public across Europe -- European networks - by Martin Blaney -- The MEDIA programme of the EU -- Eurimages -- European film promotion -- The European Film Academy -- Appendix 1: The European Film Awards - All winners 1988-2006 -- Appendix 2: founding members of the EFA More info