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Paradoxal, mon cher cyber-Watson
feedback to amateurs, the call for amateur science-fiction films for the 9th edition of the festival Les intergalactiques in Lyon ends on 1 February 2020. The opportunity to discover or rediscover geneticus, such as a predestination, a discreet work but. Most of the works dealing with time travel ar...
Values and materiality
If social life is guided by a variety of values, sometimes conflicting, they become visible in the things that people produce, exchange and collect. How is the diversity of values diminished in the heterogeneity of the subject matter in order to give it a social consistency? How does the materiality...
From text to Representation: receptions of La Femme rompue
The collection of new La Femme rompue was published just before the May 68 events in January of that year. The eponymous story appeared in the ELLE magazine in the previous autumn, illustrated by Simone de Beausee’s cadette sister, Hélène de Beausee. Despite poor critical reception, success is happe...
Publication - cULTURE(S) EN MARGE
this collective book presents the work of young researchers studying international cultural relations and the emergence of a transnational cultural space in the various disciplines concerned by the field of cultural history: cultural, literary, gender, art, theatre, cinema, remembrance, sport, immig...
Labyrinthe and necessities: Kurosawa’s aberrant spaces
The Kurosawa spider Castle, a transposition of Macbeth, a space as distant from the scene as a realistic depiction, and which comes from a fantastic inherent in the cinema and the evanescence of its images. This nightmare labyrinthe oscillates between the opacity of the forest and the disappearance...
The voice and sound
While Hamlet advises actors to avoid stress and artifice, we do not speak in a theatre in the same way as in real life. The literary nature of the text, particularly in its modified form, as well as the need to project the voice in a larger or smaller space, require stylisation and body effort which...
MAD movies and the fantastic screen: a story of French fantastic cinema prism in the specialist press (1977-1988)
In line with cultural history and reception studies, this memory questions the history of French fantastic cinema through two specialist magazines: MAD Movies and the Fantastic screen. While it is often a question of a renewal of this cinema today, different periods of its history remain unknown and...
1966 and for a few more dollars (film)
Screenshot of an extract from the film ‘Et for a few more dollars’ (1966 in France) is the time of duel, tact and distribution [by Adeline Kouadio, Licence Cde Paris] Digne chef-d’oeuvre du grand Sergio Leone, with the original music of the equally famous Ennio Morricone, this film marked the kind o...
Mr Darcy as symbolic capital in Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice and Helen Fielding`s "Bridget Jones" novels
This graduation paper examines Pierre Bourdieu`s concept of symbolic capital as applied to Jane Austen and her novel Pride and Prejudice, focusing on its appropriation and recreation in the "Bridget Jones" novels by the contemporary British novelist Helen Fielding. Before considering the character o...
The psychanalytic lines of pedagogy and staging of contemporary Spanish cinema actors
Spain, throughout the dictatorship, presented a major shortcoming in the field of artistic teaching, with censorship even prohibiting the methods that, since the Second World War, had developed in the United States and in the rest of European and Ibero-American countries in the pedagogy of actors an...
Nuclear plays its cinema
National audience All is a case of representations. Nuclear power does not escape this. The concept of representation thus covers all opinions, beliefs and myths which are produced and shared by the members of a group, on the basis of a particular object or system. These may concern major issues and...
Was Bobby Sands a killer?
national audience Collective work on filmed biographies of the largest criminal figures that inspired the cinema.
Keynote Kenneth A. Bollen - A polychoric two stage least squares (P2SLS) estimator for categorial variables in structural equation models
Content: Challenge in SEMs; Current Solutions; Current Estimators; Polychoric Two Stage Least Squares (P2SLS) Procedure; Polychoric Covariance; 2SLS Estimator; P2SLS Estimator; Asymptotic Standard Errors
Transformative making in three adaptation of remembrance of things past : constrastive analysis
This work relates to the inherent transformations to the transition from literary medium to cinematografic one.To study this issue, a double corpus was analysed, formed on one side of three textes taken from remembrance of the things past, on another side their respective film adaptations namely Swa...
The Evasion of the Film Freedom (1990) by Wojciech Marczewski, a metafilm on the end of Polish Communism
This article looks at the relationship between the kind of metafilm of which the Wojciech Marczewski Film Evasion would belong and its contribution in the light of the political dimension of this work. This will enable us not only to grasp its position towards the condition of Polish cinema, which m...
Intitulation in cinema: names with variable geography
National audience Among the various phases of cinema distribution, intitulation is a crucial step. The title is often one of the first contacts of the potential audience with the film, and it induces a certain vision of both the film and the author by the viewer, for whom it offers a door to the fil...
The world going Verne
From immediate impact to more structural influence, a look at how Jules Verne’s work engages “machinely” in the creation and the audiovisual landscape. Formally transposing Jules Verne’s works to cinema raises essentially and almost systematically the question of visual design. The unique plasticity...
The echoes of the scene. The scenes of the theatre environment in the newspapers of Alexandre Dumas
“Press and scene in the nineteenth century”, international colloquium co-organised by Paul Valéry Montpellier III University, RIRRA 21 team, IUF, Lyon University 2 and UMR 5611 LIRE, 17-19 June 2010. We know the intimate links in cultural life of the 19th century between the dramatic criticism publi...
Chinese in the 21st century. Breaks and continuities
National audience How do Chinese women live today? What is their status and place in contemporary China? How have the economic and social upheavals since the 1980s changed their situation and access to rights? Are there changes in their relationship with the family, education, work and employment or...
Truth and Fiction: Notes on (Exceptional) Faith in Art
Reflecting upon his experience making his 2010 feature film Mothers, a cinematic triptych interweaving three narratives that are each, in their own way, about the often tenuous lines between truth and fiction, and one of which actually morphs into a documentary about the aftermath in a small Macedon...
The Hollywoodien hero factory: The subject of the actor and intériority
‘titrebSummary’/titrebCet article is the figure of the hero in American films. It is based on a study of 100 films after 1968 different genres. It seeks to highlight links between films and the companies that produce them. Two characteristics are shared by the heroes of American films. The first is...
Ownership and citizenship. Urban recognition dynamics in Africa, by Christian Lund
Introduction to the dossier ‘Ownership and Citizenship in Africa of Cities’, African Policy No 132. Placed on the screen for the first time in 1949, Jim come to JO’burg (Aussi known under the title African Jim, this medium (50 minutes) was produced by Donald Swanson in 1949 (translator’s note).) eve...
Sergei Eisenstein and Jean Painlevé: science is animation
International audience Eisenstein's Parisian time is crucial in helping us to understand certain fundamental aspects of his surrealist vision of Mexico, as well as to grasp the influence of his conceptualisation of the principle of 'intellectual and conflicting' montage within 'heterodox' surrealism...
De l'adaptation à la di-scrittura : William Shakespeare's Othello, Richard III, Macbeth and Hamlet - Otello, Riccardo III, Macbeth e Amleto di Carmelo Bene
Where people consider adaptation as an « Art » (A. Horton, J. Magretta, N. Sinyard), other declare themselves « poorly convinced (R. Odin) by the numerous studies devoted to this « false problem » (F. Truffaut) sometimes described as « an attempt to square the circle »( B. Humbert). Why such an ambi...
Ein Genre des Tonfilms, in dem Musik über die Funktion einer klingenden Kulisse hinaus Stoff und Gestaltung des Filmes wesentlich bestimmt.