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Film and revolution

Author: James Roy MacBean
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1975.
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MacBean, James Roy.
Film and revolution.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1975
(OCoLC)643628430
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Roy MacBean
ISBN: 0253321891 9780253321893 0253201918 9780253201911
OCLC Number: 1365059
Description: viii, 339 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Part one : Godard / Gorin : rethinking the function of art in society --
Politics and poetry in Two or three things I know about her and La chinoise --
Politics, poetry, and the language of signs in Made in USA --
Weekend, or the self-critical cinema of cruelty --
Le gai savoir : critique plus auto-critique du critique --
One plus one, or the praxis of history --
"See you at Mao" : Godard's revolutionary British sounds --
Godard and Rocha at the crossroads of Wind from the east --
Godard/Gorin/the Dziga Vertov group : film and dialectics in Pravda, Struggle in Italy, and Vladimir and Rosa --
Tout va bien and Letter to Jane : the role of the intellectual in the revolution --
Part two : Film and revolution on many fronts --
La hora de los hornos : "Let them see nothing but flames!" --
The Ice-man cometh no more : he gave his balls to the revolution --
Rossellini's materialist mise-en-scene of La prise de pouvoir pas Louis XIV --
Sex and politics : Wilhelm Reich, world revolution, and Makavejev's WR : the mysteries of the organism --
The sorrow and the pity : France and her political myths --
The working class goes directly to heagven, without passing go : or, the name of the game is still monopoly --
Part three : Post-Bazin aesthetics : the theory and practice of Marxist film criticism --
Contra semiology: a critical reading of Metz --
The ideological situation of post-Bazin film criticism.
Responsibility: James Roy MacBean.

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