Cahiers du Cin�ma The 1950s - Neo-Realism, Hollywood, New Wave

ISBN-10: 0674090616
ISBN-13: 9780674090613
Edition: 1985
Authors: Jim Hillier
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Book details

List price: $35.00
Copyright year: 1985
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 10/15/1986
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

The Cahiers du Cinema has played a major role in establishing film theory and criticism as an essential part of the late 20th century culture. This volume contains articles from the 1950s.

Preface and Acknowledgments
Books Frequently Cited in Text
Introduction
French Cinema
Introduction
'The Rogues are Weary' (review of Jacques Becker's Touchez pas au grisbi) (April 1954)
'Six Characters in Search of auteurs: A Discussion about the French Cinema' (May 1957)
'Sufficient Evidence' (review of Roger Vadim's Sait-on jamais?) (July 1957)
Les 400 Coups (February 1959)
'The First Person Plural' (article on Francois Truffaut's Les 400 Coups) (July 1959)
'Hiroshima, notre amour' (discussion on Alain Resnais's Hiroshima mon amour) (July 1959)
American Cinema
Introduction
Perspectives
'Rediscovering America' (Christmas 1955)
'Notes on a Revolution' (Christmas 1955)
'The Death of Humphrey Bogart' (February 1957)
Dossier - Nicholas Ray
'On Imagination' (review of The Lusty Men)(October 1953)
'A Wonderful Certainty' (review of Johnny Guitar) (April 1955)
'Ajax or the Cid?' (review of Rebel Without a Cause) (May 1956)
'Nothing but Cinema' (review of Hot Blood) (February 1957)
'Beyond the Stars' (review of Bitter Victory) (January 1958)
Interview with Nicholas Ray (November 1958)
III. Auteurs
'The Genius of Howard Hawks' (May 1953)
'The Essential' (review of Otto Preminger's Angel Face) (February 1954)
'Serious Things' (review of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window) (April 1955)
'The Hand' (review of Fritz Lang's Beyond a Reasonable Doubt) (November 1957)
'Sam Fuller: In Marlowe's Footsteps' (March 1959)
Genre
'Evolution of the Thriller' (Christmas 1955)
'Beauty of a Western' (review of Anthony Mann's The Man from Laramie) (January 1956)
'An Exemplary Western' (review of Budd Boetticher's Seven Men from Now) (August-September 1957)
Italian Cinema
Introduction
Umberto D (June 1952)
'Neo-Realism and Phenomenology' (November 1952)
'Letter on Rosseilini' (April 1955)
'The Land of Miracles' (review of Roberto Rossellini's Viaggio in Italia) (May 1955)
Interviews with Roberto Rossellini (July 1954 and April 1959)
Polemics
Criticism Introduction
'Flattering the Fuzz: Some Remarks on Dandyism and the Practice of Cinema' (May 1951)
'Knife in the Wound' (October 1956)
'On the politique des auteurs' (April 1957)
Exchanges about Kurosawa and Mizoguchi (February 1957, March 1957, March 1958)

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