Retrospectatorship: Reading Films With Psychoanalasis

The notion of spectatorship, introduced by feminist film critics in the 1970s and developed throughout the 1990s, transformed the theory of the cinematic apparatus into a theory of cinema as a social technology.

Roundtable on Michael Cowan's new book

The name Walter Ruttmann recalls enthralling and controversial contexts.

Dance and Fetish: Phenomenology and Metz's Epistemological Shift

Christian Metz is remembered today as having almost single-handedly transformed the culture of film studies. This widely held view was summarized by one commentator, who wrote that “with Metz a new research paradigm is born, as well as a new generation of scholars.

Le prix Peter Morris pour Haidee Wasson

La professeur Haidee Wasson a reçu le prix Peter Morris remis au meilleur article publié dans la Revue Canadienne d'Études Cimématographiques pour son essai "The Other Small Screen: Moving Images at New York's World Fair, 1939" qu'on retrouve dans le numéro 21.1 sorti en 2012.

Représenter : théories, épistémologies

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Concordia University/Université de Lausanne/Goethe Universität Frankfurt

Représenter : théories, épistémologies

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The name Walter Ruttmann recalls enthralling and controversial contexts. A pioneer of experimental film, whose Berlin: Symphony of a Great City is still seen as the quintessential urban documentary of the 1920s, Ruttmann also worked extensively in advertising and other commissioned film genres throughout the 1920s and 30s.

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La professeur Haidee Wasson a reçu le prix Peter Morris remis au meilleur article publié dans la Revue Canadienne d'Études Cimématographiques pour son essai "The Other Small Screen: Moving Images at New York's World Fair, 1939" qu'on retrouve dans le numéro 21.1 sorti en 2012. L'annonce a été faite au colloque de l'Association Canadienne des études cinématographiques. Bravo Haidee !

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Lefebvre, Martin, Chateau, Dominique

Christian Metz is remembered today as having almost single-handedly transformed the culture of film studies. This widely held view was summarized by one commentator, who wrote that “with Metz a new research paradigm is born, as well as a new generation of scholars.

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The notion of spectatorship, introduced by feminist film critics in the 1970s and developed throughout the 1990s, transformed the theory of the cinematic apparatus into a theory of cinema as a social technology.