Cahiers du Cinéma: The 1950s: Neo-Realism, Hollywood, New Wave (Harvard Film Studies)

Cahiers du Cinema is the main prestigious and influential movie magazine ever released. An anthology dedicated totally to its writings, in English translation, is lengthy overdue.

The decisions during this quantity are drawn from the colourful first decade of Cahiers, 1951-1959, whilst a gaggle of younger iconoclasts racked the realm of movie feedback with their provocative perspectives a world cinema--American, Italian, and French particularly. They challenged usual Anglo-Saxon attitudes by way of championing American renowned video clips, addressing genres comparable to the Western and the mystery and the aesthetics of technological advancements like CinemaScope, emphasizing mise en scéne up to thematic content material, and assessing the paintings of person filmmakers corresponding to Hawks, Hitchcock, and Nicholas Ray when it comes to a brand new thought of the director as writer, auteur, a progressive inspiration on the time. Italian movie, in particular the paintings of Rossellini, caused sharp debates approximately realism that helped shift the point of interest of serious dialogue from content material towards kind. The evaluations of French cinema have specified curiosity simply because a number of the journal's significant members and theorists Godard, Truffaut, Rohmer, Rivette, Chabrol have been to develop into comparable of France's most crucial movie administrators and leaders of the hot Wave.

Translated lower than the supervision of the British movie Institute, the choices have a long way the main half by no means seemed in English earlier. Hillier has geared up them into topical groupings and has supplied introductions to the components in addition to the whale. jointly those essays, studies, discussions, and polemics demonstrate the principal rules of the Cahiers of the Nineteen Fifties now not as mounted doctrines yet as provocative, efficient, frequently contradictory contributions to the most important debates that have been to overturn severe puzzling over film.

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Jean-Luc Godard: 'Nothing yet Cinema' Jean-Luc Godard: 'Beyond the celebs' Charles Bitsch: Interview with Nicholas Ray III. Auteurs Jacques Rivette: 'The Genius of Howard Hawks' Jacques Rivette: 'The crucial' Claude Chabrol: 'Serious issues' Jacques Rivette: 'The Hand' Luc Moullet: 'Sam Fuller: In Marlowe's Footsteps' IV. style Claude Chabrol: 'Evolution of the mystery' Andre Bazin: 'Beauty of a Western' Andre Bazin: 'An Exemplary Western' half 3: Italian Cinema creation Andre Bazin: Umberto D Amedee Ayfre: 'Neo-Realism and Phenomenology' Jacques Rivette: 'Letter o n Rossellini' Eric Rohmer: 'The Land of Miracles' Interviews with Roberto Rossellini half 4: Polemics I. feedback advent Pierre Kast: 'Flattering the Fuzz: a few comments on Dandyism and the perform of Cinema' Jean Domarchi: 'Knife within the Wound' Andre Bazin: 'On the politique des auteurs' Luc Moullet, Andre Bazin, Jacques Rivette: Exchanges approximately Kurosawa and Mizoguchi Alexandre Astruc: 'What is mise en scene? ' II.

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