Rodowick, D.N., Editor This collection of critical studies on Deleuze’s cinema writings provides original essays that evaluate the continuing significance Aimer/Mettre en résonance Jean-Michel Frodon Citation: Frodon, Jean-Michel.
Deleuze, Cinema and the Thought of the World on JSTOR
One way of reading the Cinema books is to regard them as a kind of counterfactual thought experiment in the history of philosophy in which Deleuze reads Matter and Memory, first published in French in 1896, as if it were both a book about, and a prefiguration of, cinema (which was in fact only beginning its birth pangs as Bergson’s book was being written).
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Gilles Deleuze Cinema 2: The Time-Image University of Minnesota Press ‘Gilles Deleuze was one of the most influential figures in twentieth-century philosophy, whose master-works, Difference and Repetition and – with Felix Guattari – A Thousand Plateaus and Anti-Oedipus have become one of the most widely-influential bodies of work in contemporary thought.
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Deleuze and the crystal-image
· Deleuze argues that these internal circuits when delineated in cinema give us a picture of how we inhabit and move in time. 6 It is this that he terms the ‘crystal-image’ – a representation of the splitting of time, the movement of past and present reflected through
Deleuze and Cinema
Gilles Deleuze published two radical books on film: Cinema 1: The Movement-Image and Cinema 2: The Time-Image. Engaging with a wide range of film styles, histories and theories, Deleuze’s writings treat film as a new form of philosophy. This cine-philosophy offers a startling new way of understanding the complexities of the moving image, its technical concerns and constraints as well as its
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again, at the genius of Deleuze, but equally, able to think about cinema with Deleuze as though having a chat with a good friend after watching a movie. David Martin-Jones, University of Glasgow. read more 1 Follower Comments Help For attendees
Deleuze and Cinema
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Cinema I : Gilles Deleuze : 9781472508300
· Cinema I is the first volume of Deleuze’s revolutionary work on the theory of cinema (concluded in Cinema II, also available in the Bloomsbury Revelations series). Drawing on the philosophy of Henri Bergson, Deleuze identified his work as “a logic of the cinema”, setting out to “isolate certain cinematographic concepts” philosophically.
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Gilles Deleuze est un philosophe français né à Paris dans le 17 e arrondissement , le 18 janvier 1925 et mort par suicide dans la même ville et même arrondissement, le 4 novembre 1995.Des années 1960 jusqu’à sa mort, Deleuze a écrit une œuvre philosophique influente et complexe, à propos de la philosophie elle-même, de la littérature, de la politique, de la psychanalyse, du
Deleuze, Cinema, and Zen: Break the Motor
· Deleuze, from Cinema II: “what has love become that a man or a woman should emerge from it so disabled, pitiful and suffering…?” (FTC 254) That question implies a certain commitment to give oneself to the fate of a resonance.