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Chris Marker (The Impossible Book) by Maroussia Vossen

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Andrew Castillo has translated Maroussia Vossen’s book Chris Marker (Le Livre impossible) into English. Below you can find the PDF of the file. Many thanks to Mr. Castillo for his work on this important book. Vossen’s book was highlighted in an earlier post. Castillo’s blog is called “The Fate of Explanations,” and the article “Translation—Chris Marker (The Impossible Book) (2016),” published from June 17, 2020, Below is...

L’Attrapeur d’images by Alexandre Kha

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L'Attrapeur d'images — Alexandre Kha

Copyright © 2009 Éditions Tanibis. Published by Tanibis at www.tanibis.net. Tanibis is located at ÉDITIONS TANIBIS, 19 rue Francis Chirat, 69100 Villeurbanne, France. tél. : +(0)9 51 23 31 88 Correspondence can be directed to: editions@tanibis.net. Alexandre Kha is also the author of Le Théorème funeste, Le Sortilège de la femme-automate, Les Nuits rouges du théâtre d’épouvante...

L’Héritage de la chouette: Dialogues choisies Published

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It all started on June 25, 1987. The project of a television program dedicated to Greek culture had just crystallized. We had before us the specter which haunts the continents of cultural documentaries, and which Chekhov has formulated for eternity: say things that intelligent people already know and that imbeciles will never know… It was Jean-Pierre Vernant who had the idea of ​​the banquet, and of this conversation without borders. The large amphitheater of the...

Dreamtime Zone Library — CM Livres

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A Wunderkammer gallery of books by, on or adjacent to Chris Marker. As Bellour has said, Marker was as much an écrivain as a regisseur., and he has inspired much additional writing. From Le Coeur net to Passengers, from A Farewell to Movies to Owls at Noon, from Petite Planète to ZOO, from le livre impossible to Untimely Affects, from Maspero to Bellour, from Gautier to Keeney, from Darke to Lambert, from Susan Howe to Mars, from Montaigne to Morel...

Hillary Radner & Alistair Fox publish Raymond Bellour: Cinema and the Moving Image

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Raymond Bellour, while one of the most influential early theorists of cinema and the moving image, remains less well known among contemporary film scholars than he should be, even though he has exerted a formative influence on the field at large. One reason for this neglect is that his work is scattered across a myriad of essays published in French, the majority of which have not been translated into English.

Nadine Bolkovac Reviews Chris Darke’s La Jetée

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The Archive, Darke relates, homes two treasures: the film’s twin – an alternative version of La Jetée – and a workbook ‘containing an editing plan and a collection of correspondence between Marker and Jacques Ledoux, the former director of the Film Archive’ (13), both of which served as principal displays in Chris Marker: A Grin Without a Cat, the Whitechapel Gallery installation that Darke co-curated in London with Christine van Assche and Magnus Af Petersens...

CinémAction n°165 – Chris Marker : pionnier et novateur

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CinémAction 165: Chris Marker : pionnier et novateur, ed. Kristian Feigelson CinémAction: Chris Marker Issue Thanks to Chris Darke for alerting us to this new publication with some familiar names contributing articles to CinémAction 165: Chris Marker: pionnier et novateur. This edition of CinémAction is edited by Kristian Feigelson. Feigelson is also the author of La fabrique filmique: Métiers et professions (Armand Colin, 2011), a key work of “interactionist...

Chris Marker Notes from the Era of Imperfect Memory
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