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Fri Mar 21 17:03:20 2014 UTClccn-n830406110.21Chronicle of a summer0.660.97Jean Rouch : a celebration of life and film /118101665Jean_Rouchn 83040611929483Rouch, J.Rouch, J. 1917-2004Rouch, JeanRouch, Jean Pierre 1917-2004lccn-n81019346Rothman, Williamedtlccn-no94030802Morris, Errollccn-no2002094701McElwee, Ross1947-lccn-n50027886Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)dstlccn-n50006122Morin, Edgariveprfhstdrtflmctblccn-n81063056Henley, Paullccn-no2006081955Loridan, Marceline1928-iveactlccn-n90615030Braunberger, Pierre1905-1990prolccn-n82001550Feld, Steventrledtlccn-no99016694Films de la Pléiade (Firm)proRouch, JeanInterviewsHistoryDramaBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcNew wave filmsDocumentary filmsEthnographic filmsCase studiesFolkloreRouch, JeanFranceMotion pictures in ethnologyCinematographersEthnologistsNigerMorris, ErrolMcElwee, Ross,Africa, WestFrance--ParisMotion picture producers and directorsEthnologyHappinessSocial historyManners and customsMotion picturesSonghai (African people)Documentary films--Production and directionGhanaAfricaAfrica--Songhai EmpireMaliCinéma véritéCinematographyRealism in motion picturesCultsVertov, Dziga,Flaherty, Robert Joseph,Motion pictures--PhilosophyFriendshipSpirit possessionGhana--AccraSonghai (African people)--Rites and ceremoniesUnited StatesAnthropologistsMead, Margaret,OceaniaSonghai (African people)--ReligionMotion pictures--EditingVisual anthropologyRites and ceremoniesTravelSurrealism in motion picturesSurrealismDifference (Philosophy)ReligionNew wave filmsEconomic historyAnthropologySonghai (African people)--Social life and customs191720041923194319441945194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201390755441216305.80092GN347ocn828565850ocn262328289ocn060769461ocn823503889ocn825070880ocn825067504ocn026736898ocn829105229ocn825055977ocn820572675ocn416740338ocn464223244ocn467563209ocn417412955ocn416639774ocn468348936ocn462091499ocn417150614ocn419502216ocn406688598ocn026736898ocn825055977ocn420081230ocn829903601ocn419260318ocn408244899ocn743148096ocn743007254ocn417210497ocn742777929ocn060760907ocn827772346ocn691598052ocn762332474ocn691464362ocn694027420ocn691479853ocn693954774ocn767002159ocn691724813ocn825070880ocn825067504ocn829105229ocn825070880ocn849668805ocn767383399ocn676472708ocn055653656ocn767376477ocn690297398ocn762679347ocn692004696ocn691468430ocn825067504ocn829105229ocn676444944ocn421778968ocn691542371ocn469318912ocn767056758ocn691847275ocn762110906ocn691584648ocn694007027ocn406651445ocn752607294ocn839380299ocn839341912ocn834155219ocn839342831ocn839341689ocn839309890ocn839342227ocn753601896ocn839380300ocn461740017ocn858054086ocn742948130ocn494358684ocn858053718ocn858053752ocn691276924ocn031256923ocn468635005ocn865504211ocn863951477ocn865504272ocn865504252ocn865504228ocn461857193ocn759754084ocn036957048ocn470980084ocn422006447ocn225850011ocn779705225ocn691934943ocn691883144ocn775674820ocn444556363ocn450854414ocn450302394ocn767056758ocn694007027ocn762966126ocn676445944ocn225675884ocn762443774ocn468820740ocn691491701Motion picture producers and directors30715ocn828565850visu19600.47Rouch, JeanChronique d'un été (Paris 1960) = Chronicle of a Summer (Paris 1960)InterviewsEthnographic filmsNew wave filmsDocumentary filmsBy interviewing a group of Paris residents in the summer of 1960, Rouch and Morin reveal the hopes and dreams of a wide array of people and give us a document of a time and place with extraordinary depth2818ocn262328289visu19930.31Six in ParisDramaSix directors release six vignettes set in different sections of Paris. Includes: Saint-Germain-des-Pres (Douchet); Gare du Nord (Rouch); Rue Saint-Denis (Pollet); Place de l'Etoile (Rhomer); Montparnasse and Levallois (Godard); and La Muette (Chabrol)+-+05195821062676ocn034497132visu19950.73Rouch in reverseCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsThe first film to look at European anthropology from the perspective of its subjects. Malian filmmaker and New York University professor, Manthia Diawara, examines the anthropological enterprise through the work of Jean Rouch, perhaps the most distinguished ethnographic filmmaker living today. The two discuss Rouch's work22930ocn043840088visu19530.47Rouch, JeanLes Maîtres fousAbout the ceremony of a religious sect, the Hauka, which was widespread in West Africa from the 1920s to the 1950s. Supplicants consult the god through the trancing medium and receive advice about their problems. This ceremony was filmed by Jean Rouch in 1954 in a farm near Accra Ghana21514ocn004196147book19600.90Rouch, JeanLa religion et la magie SonghayFolklore21322ocn001990002book19540.86Rouch, JeanLes SonghayHistoryCette étude générale est le résultat de plusieurs enquêtes menées sur le terrain entre 1941 et 1951. Par suite de l'éparpillement des Songhay entre les territoires du Soudan, Niger, de la Haute-Volta, du Dahomey et du Nigeria britannique, aucun travail de synthèse n'existe encore sur ce groupement de plus d'un demi-million d'habitants et dont l'influence culturelle dépasse largement le nord de la boucle du Niger. Ce travail constitue une synthèse sur ce groupement. (réédition)2003ocn044072402visu19990.66Wintonick, PeterCinéma vérité defining the momentHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviews"The cinéma vérité (or direct cinema) movement of the '50s and '60s was driven by a group of rebel filmmakers tired of stilted documentaries. They wanted to show life as it really is: raw, gritty, dramatic. Rich in excerpts from vérité classics ... this is the first film to capture all the excitement of a revolution that changed movie-making forever"--Container. Includes commentary by filmmakers, and explores vérité's influence in everything from TV news to music videos to Webcams19026ocn021999420visu19540.86JaguarDramaPortrays a condition and state of mind that existed in West Africa in the 1950's--a time when it was possible to travel freely and when there was an exhilarating sense of opportunity in the air13712ocn060769461visu19730.86Rouch, JeanJean RouchInterviewsPresents ten films by ethnologist Jean Rouch, along with interviews of the filmmaker, famous for his Niger-based films1368ocn051661169visu19610.81Chronique d'un été (Paris 1960) = Chronicle of a summerInterviewsEthnographic filmsNew wave filmsDocumentary filmsParis. The summer of 1960. While war rages in Algeria and pre-independence Congo seethes with violence, ethnographic filmmaker Jean Rouche and sociologist Edgar Morin send two women out into the streets of the city to interview passersby1155ocn649691094visu20040.79Conversations with Jean RouchInterviews"This intimate revealing video of conversations between Jean Rouch and a number of filmmakers and friends, including John Marshall and Colin Young, is unlike any past films on Rouch's life and work. It was shot over a three year period from 1978-1980 by his friend, Ann McIntosh, who taught video under Ricky Leacock at MIT."--Case9712ocn820575787visu19610.21Morin, EdgarChronicle of a summerUsing the then newly available lightweight 16 mm. cameras and synchronous sound equipment, anthropologist Rouch and sociologist Morin set out to explore on film the state of mind of people in Paris in a summer when the Algerian War dominated French life. Instead of following the convention of the omniscient filmmaker with invisible camera, the filmmakers often intervened on screen asking questions and participating in discussions. The reactions of the participants to the edited film were sought. The filmmakers evaluated the film on camera955ocn649691253visu19780.81Bregstein, PhiloJean Rouch and his camera in the heart of AfricaHistoryInterviewsJean Rouch a French anthropologist uses the camera as a tool to obtain a dialogue between different cultures. Shows people in Niger making films that reflect their experiences926ocn649691294visu19780.76Margaret Mead a portrait by a friendBiographyInterviewsFrench filmmaker Jean Rouch interviews AMNH anthropologist Margaret Mead. Mead speaks about her personal history, her family, her influences and mentors, and her field work in Bali, New Guinea, and Manus (also known as Great Admiralty Island). Mead and Rouch walk through the AMNH Hall of Pacific Peoples, and she discusses her theories about museum exhibits. They also visit the Dept. of Anthropology specimen storage area. Towards the conclusion of her interview, Mead considers the history of anthropology and speculates on its future role in building new cultures852ocn649691153visu20030.76Taili, HuEncountering Jean RouchThis short film was shot in 2002 during Bilan du Film Ethnographic for the purpose of introducing Jean Rouch to the audience at 2003 Taiwan International Ethnographic film festival. Unexpectedly, Jean Rouch passed away in 2004734ocn039263654book19970.93Rouch, JeanLes hommes et les dieux du fleuve : essai ethnographique sur les populations Songhay du moyen Niger, 1941-19836923ocn271404644visu19620.27Chabrol, ClaudeParis vu parDramaMotion picturesSix stories of Paris from six different directors. Taking us on a flying tour of Parisian neighbourhoods, from Saint Germain des Prés to Place de l'Étoile and back again, each short film showcases the directors' different styles, approaches and their senses of humour, as well as being a wonderful document of 1960s Paris6718ocn421852122visu19740.63Rouch, JeanCocorico! Monsieur PouletDrama"Partant en 2 CV dans la brousse au Niger... Un périple ponctué d'événements insolites642ocn049762437visu19950.86La Nouvelle Vague par elle-même The New Wave by itselfHistoryFrench film directors discuss how the post-war film movement in France attempted to revitalize cinema. Includes film clips from some of their most important works6415ocn029204251visu19930.76Rouch, JeanChronique d'un ete Chronicle of a summerInterviewsA "cinéma vérité" exploration of daily life, happiness, work and alienation of Parisians in the city and on vacation at St. Tropez9994ocn365417463com20090.50Three documentary filmmakers Errol Morris, Ross McElwee, Jean RouchCriticism, interpretation, etc"Film study has tended to treat documentary as a marginal form, but as the essays in Three Documentary Filmmakers demonstrate, the films of Jean Rouch, Ross McElwee, and Errol Morris call for, and reward, the sort of criticism expected of such serious works in any medium."-back cover+-+06507938966336ocn662457519com20090.59Henley, PaulThe adventure of the real Jean Rouch and the craft of ethnographic cinemaHere, Henley examines the technical strategies, aesthetic considerations, and ethical positions that contribute to Rouch's cinematographic legacy. Featuring over 150 images, this book is an essential introduction to Rouch's work+-+40627817755115ocn050511492book20030.70Rouch, JeanCiné-ethnographyAnnotation+-+K8569116353511ocn024590626book19920.76Stoller, PaulThe cinematic griot : the ethnography of Jean Rouch+-+23902217753242621ocn006029809book19790.76Eaton, MickAnthropology, reality, cinema : the films of Jean Rouch1904ocn154711378book20070.79Building bridges : the cinema of Jean RouchCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8299210546922ocn701798521visu19920.76Jørgensen, Anne MetteFriends, fools, family Rouch's collaborators in NigerWorldwide, Jean Rouch is known to many as French anthropologist and innovative filmmaker. Much of his work is linked to the birth of cinéma vérité. However, Rouch's 50 year involvement with a particular group of people in Niger shines a more personal light on his work-one of friendship and collaboration. Together with this group, Rouch has made numerous ethnographic films and upon his sudden death in 2004 they had yet another film in the works. A year prior to Rouch's death two Danish filmmakers went to Niger to make a film with his friends. Their film was going to be a survey of the collaborative methods of Rouch and his friends. It soon became obvious that the story about this unique collaboration is also one about fate. race and cross-cultural relations, as well as friendship and commitment. The film became an exploration of a relationship that changed their lives881ocn701798351visu19980.79Rouch's gangIn 1991, Jean Rouch started work on his new feature film Madame l'Eau, much of which was shot in Holland. The documentary Rouch's Gang follows the film crew and provides a glimpse behind the scenes as Jean Rouch and his four friends from Niger make their film. By providing an outsider's view of Madame l'Eau, the documentary provides insight into how Rouch approaches his films881ocn649691258visu20050.76Dubosc, DominiqueJean Rouch Premier film : 1947-1991Case studiesInterviewsFilmmaker Jean Rouch improvises a new commentary for his first film made in 1947, "In the land of the Black Magi" (Au pays des mages noirs). He explains the sacrifices he made due to the producer ; his footage was re-edited with a new ending, new titles, stock footage, "tropical muzak," and a newsreel-style narration heavy on drama and highlighting the exotic. Here the insight of Rouch emerges as he "finishes" and restores the film, improvising a new commentary and transforming it into a new form in which the film's true meaning is illuminated and the humanity of the subjects restored652ocn033667559book19950.84L'autre et le sacré : surréalisme, cinéma, ethnologieCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings612ocn024671769book19880.84Hohenberger, EvaDie Wirklichkeit des Films : Dokumentarfilm, ethnographischer Film, Jean RouchCriticism, interpretation, etc403ocn311081132book20090.88Rouch, JeanJean Rouch cinéma et anthropologieCriticism, interpretation, etcEnsemble de textes où Jean Rouch raconte sa trajectoire, ses années de formation, son métier d'ingénieur, son goût pour le cinéma, ses voyages en pays dogon. Il synthétise ses expériences d'anthropologue aux côtés de Germaine Dieterlen sur les traces de Marcel Griaule, retrace la réalisation de ses films, revenant sur des questions de méthode, sur le "cinéma-vérité"342ocn031417395visu19860.81Bregstein, PhiloJean Rouch and his camera in the heart of AfricaHistoryInterviewsThis program provides an in-depth look at the film work of Jean Rouch and his associates from Niger who participated in production of many of Rouch's Niger-based films314ocn490062865book19810.81Prédal, RenéJean Rouch : un griot gauloisCriticism, interpretation, etc312ocn815558860book20030.37Stoller, PaulGao dian ying de ge li ou : shang hu xu de min zu zhi302ocn212327535book20080.90Scheinfeigel, MaximeJean RouchCriticism, interpretation, etc242ocn613308256book20100.90Centre national de la cinématographie (France)Découvrir les films de Jean Rouch collecte d'archives, inventaire et partageCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPictorial worksUn inventaire des éléments filmiques déposés par Jean Rouch aux archives françaises du film du CNC. Croisant documents photographiques et documentaires, l'ouvrage explore l'oeuvre de ce cinéaste et ethnographe qui a expérimenté différents modes d'appréhension du réel et de mise en forme de la narration et témoigne des missions du CNC : collecte, conservation, restauration et valorisation241ocn065405278book20060.94Sauvy, JeanJean Rouch tel que je l'ai connu : 67 ans d'amitié, 1937-2004BiographyA la faveur d'une amitié longue de soixante-sept ans Jean Sauvy raconte l'ethnologue et cinéaste Jean Rouch son ami depuis les bancs de l'Ecole des ponts et chaussées en 1937. Il décrit leur jeunesse, leurs vies, leur amitié ancrée sur le partage de choix existentiels et éthiques, la passion pour le continent africain de cet auteur de plus de cent films ethnologiques241ocn036000359book19960.90Jean Rouch ou le ciné-plaisirCriticism, interpretation, etc183ocn183258781book20070.97Jean Rouch : a celebration of life and filmCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings+-+0519582106+-+0519582106Fri Mar 21 15:21:33 EDT 2014batch46282