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Edited by Claude Forest
Produire des films
Afriques et Moyen Orient



Edited by Frank Kessler, Jean-Marc Larrue, Giusy Pisano
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons



Edited by Sylvain Dreyer, Dominique Vaugeois
La critique d'art à l'écran
Les arts plastiques
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
Can film renew our relation to the visual arts? Does film offer a specific type of critical discourse on works of art, art history or esthetics ? Within the domain of « films on art » which have recently gained in visibility, the goal of this volume is to delimit the zone of exchanges between the cinema and the study of the visual arts.



Edited by Hélène Camarade, Élizabeth Guilhamon, Matthias Steinle, Hélène Yèche
Mondes germaniques
After almost three decades since the collapse of the GDR, the image of East Germany is still present in television and film, mainly thanks to productions such as Good Bye, Lenin! and The Lives of Others that have deeply influenced our perception of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of life under communism. The primary scope of this book is to not...



Edited by Miguel Almiron, Esther Jacopin, Giusy Pisano
Stéréoscopie et illusion
Archéologie et pratiques contemporaines : photographie, cinéma, arts numériques
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
The stereoscopic illusion is, most of the time, associated with digital images. Such approach occludes its history: indeed, the stereoscopic illusion is the result of a century of research, that aim at wondering people by manipulating their senses thanks to the impression of « relief » stereoscopic images give them.



Edited by Eugénie Zvonkine
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
Russian, European and American specialists contributed to this volume on contemporary Russian cinema of the 1990's and the 21st century. It explores the favourite themes, the aesthetic innovations of this cinematography, as well as it's relationship with it’s audiences and the State.



Edited by Claude Forest, Patricia Caillé
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
While cinemas have been closing across the African continent, film production has boomed and access to film has considerably increased for urban dwellers. How do people watch films today? Which films do they watch? Does this still count as cinema? The essays in this volume explore spectatorship in Africa.



Edited by Claude Forest
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
A major fact since the end of the 20th century has been the increasing participation of internationalisation in the financing of film and audiovisual productions. Certain States strongly encourage their production, particularly tax wise, thus modifying the scope of international alliances and both quantitative and qualitative levels of films and...



Tadeusz Lubelski
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
A Broad narrative of Polish cinema from its origins to the present day, "Histoire du cinéma polonais" follows a traditional chronological pattern in its account of Polish historico-cinematography, from the first screenings put together in theatres on the Polish territory in 1896 up till the movies realized in 2013...



Edited by Patricia-Laure Thivat
Voyages et exils au cinéma
Rencontres de l'altérité
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
Travels and exiles in the movies, meeting alterity concerns cultural hybridization, as translated through the screen, with no geographical restriction (American, Italian, African, Lebanese, Taiwanese, Japanese movies and so on). Beyond directors' travels and exiles, as sources of cultural and esthetical transfers, travel and exile as a movies'...



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