Cahiers du Cinema, 1969-1972: The Politics of Representation

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780674090637
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/1989
  • Series: Harvard Film Studies
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.53 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Jim Hillier is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, Bulmershe College of Higher Education, Reading, England.
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Table of Contents

  • Preface

  • Acknowledgments

  • Introduction: The Politics of Representation: Cahiers du Cinéema 1969-72

  1. Jean Narboni, Sylvie Pierre, Jacques Rivette: ‘Montage’ (March 1969)

  2. Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘Cinema and Suture’ (April-May 1969)

  3. Jean-Louis Comolli, Jean Narboni: ‘Cinema/Ideology/Criticism’ (October 1969)

  4. Pascal Bonitzer, Jean-Louis Comolli, Serge Daney, Jean Narboni, Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘La Vie est à nous: A militant film’ (March 1970)

  5. Jean-Pierre Oudart, Jean Narboni, Jean-Louis Comolli: ‘Readings of Jancsó: Yesterday and Today’ (April 1970)

  6. Editorial: ‘Russia in the 20s (I)’ (May-June 1970)

  7. Serge Daney, Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘Work, Reading, Pleasure’ (July 1970)

  8. Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘Word Play, Master Play’ (August-September 1970)

  9. Editorial: ‘Japanese Cinema (1)’ (October 1970)

  10. Jean Narboni: ‘Vicarious Power’ (October 1970)

  11. Jean-Louis Comolli: ‘Film/Politics (2): L’Aveu: 15 Propositions’ (October 1970)

  12. Collective text: ‘Josef von Sternberg’s Morocco’ (November-December 1970)

  13. Collective Editorial Statement (Cahiers du Cinema, Cinéthique, Tel Quel): ‘Cinema, Literature, Politics’ (January-February 1971)

  14. Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘The Reality Effect’ (March-April 1971)

  15. Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘Notes for a Theory of Representation’ (May-June and July 1971)

  16. Jean-Louis Comolli: ‘Technique and Ideology: Camera, Perspective, Depth of Field’ (May-June and July 1971)

  17. Pascal Bonitzer: ‘ “Reality” of Denotation’ (May-June 1971)

  18. Jacques Aumont, Pascal Bonitzer, Jean Narboni, Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘The New Babylon: the “Commune” Metaphor’ (July and October 1971)

  19. Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘A Lacking Discourse’ (October 1971)

  20. Cahiers du Cinema: ‘Cinema, Ideology, Politics (for Poretta-Terme)’ (October 1971)

  21. Pascal Bonitzer: ‘Off-screen Space’ (December 1971-January-February 1972)

  22. Serge Daney, Jean-Pierre Oudart: ‘The Name of the Author (on the “place” of Death in Venice)’ (December 1971-January-February 1972)

  23. Pascal Kané: ‘Re-reading Hollywood Cinema: Sylvia Scarlett‘ (May-June 1972)

  24. Editorial: ‘Politics and Ideological Class Struggle’ (December 1971-January-February 1972)

  • Appendix 1: Guide to Cahiers du Cinema Nos 210-39, March 1969-June 1972, in English translation

  • Appendix 2: Cahiers du Cinema in the 1950s, the 1960s and the later 1970s

  • Index of names and film titles

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