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x, 273 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
  • Preface to the new edition-- P.Graham & G.Vincendeau Preface to the 1968 edition-- P.Graham Introduction-- G.Vincendeau Interview with Francois Truffaut (first extract) Cahiers du Cinema 138, 1962 The Birth of a New Avant-Garde : La Camera-Stylo-- A.Astruc Ecran Francais 144, 1948 A Certain Trend in French Cinema-- F.Truffaut Cahiers du Cinema 31, 1954 The Era of Metteurs-en-Scene-- J.Rivette Cahiers du Cinema 31, 1954 The Evolution of Film Language-- A.Bazin Qu'est-ce que le cinema?, vol. 1, Editions du Cerf, 1958 In Praise of Andre Bazin (first extract)-- G.Gozlan Positif 47, 1962 Little Themes-- C.Chabrol Cahiers du Cinema 100, 1959 Review of Astruc's Une Vie-- J.Godard Cahiers du Cinema 89, 1958 Interview with Francois Truffaut (second extract) Cahiers du Cinema 138, 1962 In Praise of Andre Bazin (second extract)-- G.Gozlan Positif 47, 1962 La Politique des Auteurs-- A.Bazin Cahiers du Cinema 70, 1957 The King is Naked-- R.Benayoun Positif 46, 1962 Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844572830 20160528
The French New Wave: Critical Landmarks is a new and expanded edition of a classic anthology of writings by critics and film-makers associated with the Nouvelle Vague. The new edition, published to mark the 50th anniversary of the New Wave, features all the articles from the first edition, including Bazin's seminal 'La Politique des Auteurs' and a brand new translation of Truffaut's 'Une certaine tendance du cinema francais' (A Certain Tendency in French Cinema). In addition, the collection includes articles by and interviews with Bazin, Godard, Chabrol and others that helped to shape contemporary debates about the history, aesthetics and practice of cinema, as well as a case study offering three different perspectives on Godard's A bout de souffle. The new edition features a preface by Peter Graham alongside his preface to the 1968 edition, and an introduction by Ginette Vincendeau that contextualises the Nouvelle Vague in the light of recent developments in film theory and history and its influence on subsequent French film-making. There is also a new and substantial bibliography of works on the New Wave in English and French, making this an indispensable point of reference for anyone interested in the movement and its long-lasting effects on the theory and practice of cinema. Contributions by: Alexandre Astruc, Andre Bazin, Robert Benayoun, Raymond Borde, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Gerard Gozlan, Luc Moullet, Georges Sadoul and Francois Truffaut.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844572830 20160528
Green Library
FRENCH-279-01, FRENCH-379-01
vi, 212 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
This volume is written by two leading scholars of French film and offers students an introduction to the history and theory of French cinema. The study of French cinema has greatly expanded in recent years, increasingly taught alongside literature in modern language departments.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780340760031 20160528
What are the Cahiers du cinema? Which are the most popular French films? How do you write an essay on a French film? What is a high-angle shot in French? When did more French spectators go to see American films than French films? How do you talk about a short sequence of film? You can find the answers to these and many more questions in this essential resource for students of French cinema.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780340760048 20160528
Green Library
FRENCH-279-01, FRENCH-379-01
1 DVD-ROM : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([5] p. ; 19 cm.)
  • Four complete books: How to read a film. Dictionary of new media. Reading about film. Reading about new media
  • 130+ film clips
  • Audio author's notes
  • Audio interviews
  • Experimental labs for film and video technology
  • Animated interactive diagrams
  • Virtual reality tours of studios
  • Library of 140+ referenced texts, diagrams, charts and databases
  • Subject, person, theme index
  • Link to Readfilm.com.
Winner of the DVD Association's 2001 award for outstanding DVD-ROM.
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Media & Microtext Center
FRENCH-279-01, FRENCH-379-01
xii, 364 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
FRENCH-279-01, FRENCH-379-01