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The Bressonians

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As academic interest in Bresson nally seems to grow, The Bressonians forms an excellent addition to scholarship on the lmmaker, e... Weiterlesen
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As academic interest in Bresson nally seems to grow, The Bressonians forms an excellent addition to scholarship on the lmmaker, exploring in particular how and why Bresson's lms reinforce the signicance of French auteur cinema, as well as oering a timely contribution more generally to auteur theory and questions of inuence and style. • Studies in European Cinema

The Bressonians is well written and contains many perceptive insights into seminal French films, expanding our understanding of the complex network of competing artistic schools and influences during the post-war period. The book also offers a fascinating account of the evolution of authorship in French cinema, from Bresson in the 1960s to the obsessions with auteurism during the Nouvelle Vague. • H-France

Superbly written in a lucid and elegant style, this is an important intervention in French cinematic and cultural history. The Bressonians offers a series of compelling readings of important filmmakers, and demonstrates an illuminating attentiveness to the aesthetic texture of their films. • Scott Durham, Northwestern University



Autorentext

Codrua Morari is Assistant Professor of French and Media Studies at Wellesley College. She holds a doctorate in Film Studies from the University of Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle.



Klappentext

How should we understand film authorship in an era when the idea of the solitary and sovereign auteur has come under attack, with critics proclaiming the death of the author and the end of cinema? The Bressonians provides an answer in the form of a strikingly original study of Bresson and his influence on the work of filmmakers Jean Eustache and Maurice Pialat. Extending the discourse of authorship beyond the idea of a singular visionary, it explores how the imperatives of excellence function within cinema's pluralistic community. Bresson's example offered both an artistic legacy and a creative burden within which filmmakers reckoned in different, often arduous, and altogether compelling ways.



Inhalt

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements

Introduction

Chapter 1. Il faut un auteur!: Robert Bresson and the Making of the Author
Chapter 2. An Elusive Style
Chapter 3. Kinsmen
Chapter 4. The Ethics of Duplicity
Chapter 5. Working Artists

Conclusion

Bibliography
Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Bressonians
Untertitel: French Cinema and the Culture of Authorship
Autor:
EAN: 9781785335716
ISBN: 1785335715
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Berghahn Books
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 204
Gewicht: 456g
Größe: H235mm x B157mm x T15mm
Veröffentlichung: 01.07.2017
Jahr: 2017