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Author MacKenzie, Scott, 1967-
Title Film manifestos and global cinema cultures : a critical anthology / Scott MacKenzie.
Copyright date ©2014
Publisher Berkeley ; London : University of California Press, [2014]



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Contents Cover; FILM MANIFESTOS AND GLOBAL CINEMA CULTURES; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Acknowledgments; Introduction. "An Invention without a Future"; 1. THE AVANT-GARDE(S); The Futurist Cinema (Italy, 1916); Lenin Decree (USSR, 1919); The ABCs of Cinema (France, 1917-1921); WE: Variant of a Manifesto (USSR, 1922); The Method of Making Workers' Films (USSR, 1925); Constructivism in the Cinema (USSR, 1928); Preface: Un chien Andalou (France, 1928); Manifesto of the Surrealists Concerning L'Age d'or (France, 1930); Manifesto on "Que Viva Mexico" (USA, 1933); Spirit of Truth (France, 1933).
An Open Letter to the Film Industry and to All Who Are Interested in the Evolution of the Good Film (Hungary, 1934)Light*Form*Movement*Sound (USA, 1935); Prolegomena for All Future Cinema (France, 1952); No More Flat Feet! (France, 1952); The Lettristes Disavow the Insulters of Chaplin (France, 1952); The Only Dynamic Art (USA, 1953); A Statement of Principles (USA, 1961); The First Statement of the New American Cinema Group (USA, 1961); Foundation for the Invention and Creation of Absurd Movies (USA, 1962); From Metaphors on Vision (USA, 1963); Kuchar 8mm Film Manifesto (USA, 1964).
Film Andepandan [Independents] Manifesto (Japan, 1964)Discontinuous Films (Canada, 1967); Hand-Made Films Manifesto (Australia, 1968); Cinema Manifesto (Australia, 1971); For a Metahistory of Film: Commonplace Notes and Hypotheses (USA, 1971); Elements of the Void (Greece, 1972); Small Gauge Manifesto (USA, 1980); Cinema of Transgression Manifesto (USA, 1985); Modern, All Too Modern (USA, 1988); Open Letter to the Experimental Film Congress: Let's Set the Record Straight (Canada, 1989); Anti-100 Years of Cinema Manifesto (USA, 1996); The Decalogue (Czech Republic, 1999).
Your Film Farm Manifesto on Process Cinema (Canada, 2012)2. NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL CINEMAS; From "The Glass Eye" (Italy, 1933); The Archers' Manifesto (UK, 1942); What Is Wrong with Indian Films? (India, 1948); Buñuel the Poet (Mexico, 1951); French Cinema Is Over (France, 1952); Some Ideas on the Cinema (Italy, 1953); A Certain Tendency in French Cinema (France, 1954); Salamanca Manifesto & Conclusions of the Congress of Salamanca (Spain, 1955); Free Cinema Manifestos (UK, 1956-1959); The Oberhausen Manifesto (West Germany, 1962); Untitled [Oberhausen 1965] (West Germany, 1965).
The Mannheim Declaration (West Germany, 1967)Sitges Manifesto (Spain, 1967); How to Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); How to Not Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); From "The Estates General of the French Cinema, May 1968" (France, 1968); Manifesto of the New Cinema Movement (India, 1968); What Is to Be Done? (France, 1970); The Winnipeg Manifesto (Canada, 1974); Hamburg Declaration of German Filmmakers (West Germany, 1979); Manifesto I (Denmark, 1984); Manifesto II (Denmark, 1987); Manifesto III: I Confess! (Denmark, 1990); The Cinema We Need (Canada, 1985).
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Author MacKenzie, Scott, 1967-
Subject Motion pictures -- Philosophy.
Descript 1 online resource (xxi, 651 pages)
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Contents Cover; FILM MANIFESTOS AND GLOBAL CINEMA CULTURES; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Acknowledgments; Introduction. "An Invention without a Future"; 1. THE AVANT-GARDE(S); The Futurist Cinema (Italy, 1916); Lenin Decree (USSR, 1919); The ABCs of Cinema (France, 1917-1921); WE: Variant of a Manifesto (USSR, 1922); The Method of Making Workers' Films (USSR, 1925); Constructivism in the Cinema (USSR, 1928); Preface: Un chien Andalou (France, 1928); Manifesto of the Surrealists Concerning L'Age d'or (France, 1930); Manifesto on "Que Viva Mexico" (USA, 1933); Spirit of Truth (France, 1933).
An Open Letter to the Film Industry and to All Who Are Interested in the Evolution of the Good Film (Hungary, 1934)Light*Form*Movement*Sound (USA, 1935); Prolegomena for All Future Cinema (France, 1952); No More Flat Feet! (France, 1952); The Lettristes Disavow the Insulters of Chaplin (France, 1952); The Only Dynamic Art (USA, 1953); A Statement of Principles (USA, 1961); The First Statement of the New American Cinema Group (USA, 1961); Foundation for the Invention and Creation of Absurd Movies (USA, 1962); From Metaphors on Vision (USA, 1963); Kuchar 8mm Film Manifesto (USA, 1964).
Film Andepandan [Independents] Manifesto (Japan, 1964)Discontinuous Films (Canada, 1967); Hand-Made Films Manifesto (Australia, 1968); Cinema Manifesto (Australia, 1971); For a Metahistory of Film: Commonplace Notes and Hypotheses (USA, 1971); Elements of the Void (Greece, 1972); Small Gauge Manifesto (USA, 1980); Cinema of Transgression Manifesto (USA, 1985); Modern, All Too Modern (USA, 1988); Open Letter to the Experimental Film Congress: Let's Set the Record Straight (Canada, 1989); Anti-100 Years of Cinema Manifesto (USA, 1996); The Decalogue (Czech Republic, 1999).
Your Film Farm Manifesto on Process Cinema (Canada, 2012)2. NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL CINEMAS; From "The Glass Eye" (Italy, 1933); The Archers' Manifesto (UK, 1942); What Is Wrong with Indian Films? (India, 1948); Buñuel the Poet (Mexico, 1951); French Cinema Is Over (France, 1952); Some Ideas on the Cinema (Italy, 1953); A Certain Tendency in French Cinema (France, 1954); Salamanca Manifesto & Conclusions of the Congress of Salamanca (Spain, 1955); Free Cinema Manifestos (UK, 1956-1959); The Oberhausen Manifesto (West Germany, 1962); Untitled [Oberhausen 1965] (West Germany, 1965).
The Mannheim Declaration (West Germany, 1967)Sitges Manifesto (Spain, 1967); How to Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); How to Not Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); From "The Estates General of the French Cinema, May 1968" (France, 1968); Manifesto of the New Cinema Movement (India, 1968); What Is to Be Done? (France, 1970); The Winnipeg Manifesto (Canada, 1974); Hamburg Declaration of German Filmmakers (West Germany, 1979); Manifesto I (Denmark, 1984); Manifesto II (Denmark, 1987); Manifesto III: I Confess! (Denmark, 1990); The Cinema We Need (Canada, 1985).
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780520957411 (e-book)
0520957415 (e-book)
130649849X
9781306498494
9780520276741 (cloth ; alk. paper)
0520276744
Author MacKenzie, Scott, 1967-
Subject Motion pictures -- Philosophy.

Subject Motion pictures -- Philosophy.
Descript 1 online resource (xxi, 651 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover; FILM MANIFESTOS AND GLOBAL CINEMA CULTURES; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Acknowledgments; Introduction. "An Invention without a Future"; 1. THE AVANT-GARDE(S); The Futurist Cinema (Italy, 1916); Lenin Decree (USSR, 1919); The ABCs of Cinema (France, 1917-1921); WE: Variant of a Manifesto (USSR, 1922); The Method of Making Workers' Films (USSR, 1925); Constructivism in the Cinema (USSR, 1928); Preface: Un chien Andalou (France, 1928); Manifesto of the Surrealists Concerning L'Age d'or (France, 1930); Manifesto on "Que Viva Mexico" (USA, 1933); Spirit of Truth (France, 1933).
An Open Letter to the Film Industry and to All Who Are Interested in the Evolution of the Good Film (Hungary, 1934)Light*Form*Movement*Sound (USA, 1935); Prolegomena for All Future Cinema (France, 1952); No More Flat Feet! (France, 1952); The Lettristes Disavow the Insulters of Chaplin (France, 1952); The Only Dynamic Art (USA, 1953); A Statement of Principles (USA, 1961); The First Statement of the New American Cinema Group (USA, 1961); Foundation for the Invention and Creation of Absurd Movies (USA, 1962); From Metaphors on Vision (USA, 1963); Kuchar 8mm Film Manifesto (USA, 1964).
Film Andepandan [Independents] Manifesto (Japan, 1964)Discontinuous Films (Canada, 1967); Hand-Made Films Manifesto (Australia, 1968); Cinema Manifesto (Australia, 1971); For a Metahistory of Film: Commonplace Notes and Hypotheses (USA, 1971); Elements of the Void (Greece, 1972); Small Gauge Manifesto (USA, 1980); Cinema of Transgression Manifesto (USA, 1985); Modern, All Too Modern (USA, 1988); Open Letter to the Experimental Film Congress: Let's Set the Record Straight (Canada, 1989); Anti-100 Years of Cinema Manifesto (USA, 1996); The Decalogue (Czech Republic, 1999).
Your Film Farm Manifesto on Process Cinema (Canada, 2012)2. NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL CINEMAS; From "The Glass Eye" (Italy, 1933); The Archers' Manifesto (UK, 1942); What Is Wrong with Indian Films? (India, 1948); Buñuel the Poet (Mexico, 1951); French Cinema Is Over (France, 1952); Some Ideas on the Cinema (Italy, 1953); A Certain Tendency in French Cinema (France, 1954); Salamanca Manifesto & Conclusions of the Congress of Salamanca (Spain, 1955); Free Cinema Manifestos (UK, 1956-1959); The Oberhausen Manifesto (West Germany, 1962); Untitled [Oberhausen 1965] (West Germany, 1965).
The Mannheim Declaration (West Germany, 1967)Sitges Manifesto (Spain, 1967); How to Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); How to Not Make a Canadian Film (Canada, 1967); From "The Estates General of the French Cinema, May 1968" (France, 1968); Manifesto of the New Cinema Movement (India, 1968); What Is to Be Done? (France, 1970); The Winnipeg Manifesto (Canada, 1974); Hamburg Declaration of German Filmmakers (West Germany, 1979); Manifesto I (Denmark, 1984); Manifesto II (Denmark, 1987); Manifesto III: I Confess! (Denmark, 1990); The Cinema We Need (Canada, 1985).
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780520957411 (e-book)
0520957415 (e-book)
130649849X
9781306498494
9780520276741 (cloth ; alk. paper)
0520276744

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