quinta-feira, 19 de junho de 2014

terça-feira, 17 de junho de 2014

Predicated on the development of a narrative convention both strict and elastic enough to accommodate a tension between dramatic probability and fantasy, between the continuity of suspense and the discontinuity of structure - between discourse and poetry, in short - Feuillade's work relates more to the future of film than to its past. Which is to say, as Robbe-Grillet has said, that "Imagination, when really alive, is always of the present."

Annette Michelson, Film and the Radical Aspiration, Film Culture, n° 42, outono de 1966

Francis Lacassin e Tom Milne, "Alain Resnais: the search for Harry Dickson", Sight and Sound, outono de 1963

terça-feira, 10 de junho de 2014

Arquivo do blog