5 edition of Joris Ivens and the documentary context found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Kees Bakker.|
|Series||Film culture in transition|
|Contributions||Bakker, Kees, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.3.I87 J66 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||00309406|
Documentary, according to Joris Ivens, is a “creative no-man’s land,” or as José Manuel Costa glosses it in this new volume on Ivens, “a platform of immense formal liberty.” Perhaps this is why in the field of film studies it has long been a poor cousin to the fiction film. The Conscience of Cinema is about a film mode that played that role throughout the world film industry of the 20 th century. It is about an artist who pushed documentary to the limits of conscience for more than six decades. The Conscience of Cinema is a study, chronologically ordered, of the artistic career of Joris Ivens, the Dutch-born documentarist (), following him through
In my third book and documentary film project, Joris Ivens, the International Avant-garde, and Modern China, I attempt to harvest the rich findings regarding the relationship between the international avant-garde and modern China in my first book and extend its . Also in today's roundup: The Paris Review on Charles Chaplin becoming overwhelmed by fame in , a new open access book on the work of Joris Ivens, an interview with Apichatpong Weerasethakul, a primer on Jerzy Skolimowski, the story behind Walt Disney's first adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, a lecture on Jean Genet, a.
Know Your Enemy - Japan () 63 min | Documentary | 9 August (USA) Directors: Frank Capra (uncredited), Joris Ivens (uncredited) Stars: John Beal, Howard Duff, Walter Huston. Documentary () 63 minutes ~ Black & White Directors: Frank Capra (uncredited), Joris Ivens (uncredited) Stars: John Beal, Howard Duff, Walter Huston.
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ISBN: X X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction / Kees Bakker --Joris Ivens and the Documentary Project / Jose Manuel Costa --A Way of Seeing: Joris Ivens's Documentary Century / Kees Bakker --The Song of Movement / Andre Stufkens --High-tech Avant-garde: Philips Radio / Karel.
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Joris Ivens and China, New World Press, Beijing, ISBN ; Kees Bakker (ed.), Joris Ivens and the Documentary Context, paperback edition, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, ISBN X; Passek, Jean-Loup, ed. Joris Ivens: cinquante ans de cinéma.
Paris: Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Born: Georg Henri Anton Ivens, 18 November. The life of Joris Ivens () coincides roughly with the history of the film. His own place of prominence in that history was earned by his pioneering work in the documentary film, which combined a striking aesthetic with intense personal and political involvement.
This book places his life and work in the context of twentieth-century history and the development of the documentary film. Joris Ivens, byname of Georg Henri Anton Ivens, (born NovemNijmegen, Netherlands—died JParis, France), Dutch motion-picture director who filmed more than 50 international documentaries that explored leftist social and political concerns.
Ivens, who was educated at the Rotterdam (Netherlands) School of Economics (–17, –21), served as a field artillery. This book places his life and work in the context of twentieth-century history and the development of the documentary film.
Articles by film scholars, historians, former co-workers, and by Joris Ivens himself present a complex portrait of this outstanding filmmaker, illuminating the social, political, and aesthetic facets of his life and work Author: Kees Bakker.
Recently two new books were published in Vietnam about Joris Ivens. The first one describes the life and career of Joris Ivens as a filmmaker with a special focus on Vietnam, the second book is the result of the International Joris Ivens Symposium, held in Hanoi in November first extended look at the relationship between early documentary and the modernist avant- garde.
The conference papers were published as Joris Ivens and the Documentary Context, ed. Kees Bakker (Amsterdam, ). In the fall ofthe acting director of the Getty Re.
The new feature documentary scheduled for release at the Melbourne International Film Festival this year, Indonesia Calling: Joris Ivens in Australia, revisits the making of the minute, documentary (Indonesia Calling) that Ivens made here in Australia.
It seeks to distil aspects of the historical context of the events depicted in the film, and to [ ]. Joris Ivens, the Dutch creator of more than 50 documentary films, many of them about revolutionary struggle, died Wednesday at Laennec Hospital in Paris.
He was 90 years old. Joris Ivens (): Regen (pioggia) () documentario con musiche di Hanns Eisler (). Regen (Rain) is a documentary by Dutch filmmaker Joris Ivens.
It. Historical significance and context. Regen has four key elements that have cemented its place in documentary history: its place in the long career of director Joris Ivens, the Dutch Film Canon, the City Symphony film movement, and the history of avant-garde documentaries.
Joris Ivens lived from to and in that time created thirteen noteworthy documentaries, whose interrelation and Directed by: Mannus Franken, Joris Ivens. This 5 DVD set from Germany of the films of Dutch filmmaker Joris Ivens () marks a rare opportunity to visit the adventurous work of a master documentary maker.
Although the accompanying book is in German only, the films themselves offer subtitles in either English or German/5(3). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Kees Bakker books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
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Joris Ivens (November 18Nijmegen – June 28Paris) was a Dutch documentary film maker and devout is generally respected as one of the foremost documentarists of the twentieth century but is criticised for his support for communist dictators like Joseph ing to author Stephen Koch in his book "The Breaking Point", Ivens was an active member of Comintern.
The Dutch film maker Joris Ivens () was one of the founding fathers of documentary film. The career of this eternal traveller spanned over sixty years, from his first film in the twenties to his last, finished at the age of ninety.
Among Ivens's friends and collaborators were leading filmmakers and actors like Eisenstein, Pudovkin, Dovzhenko, Chaplin, Milestone, Capra, Losey, Flaherty. Journalist "Mémoire d'un Regard", published by Hachette. That's the title of the book by Joris Ivens, one of the great masters of documentary films and of testimonial cinema.
Joris Ivens, friend of Zhou Enlai and Mao Zedong, was the only film-maker who was able to film the importance, the huge metamorphosis of China. He has just published his book in France and has left Beijing for a new trip. The Dutch film maker Joris Ivens () was one of the founding fathers of documentary film.
The career of this eternal traveller spanned over sixty years, from his first film in the twenties to his last, finished at the age of : Hans Schoots. It shows our daily reaction to rain in both a poetic, realistic and even comedic way. It's smooth, free-flowing and lovely in every way and almost makes me feel sad for trying to incorporate rain shots in my own films.
It's futile. Ivens mastered it almost 80 years ago and he can't be beat/5(K). As an exemplar of s committed documentary, Joris Ivens and Ernest Hemingway's The Spanish Earth exhibits the genre's traits of its era: staged and restaged scenes, non-professional authentic' actors playing roles and following direction, and a representative--that is to say quasi-fictional- .The Right to Play Oneself collects for the first time Thomas Waugh’s essays on the politics, history, and aesthetics of documentary film, written between and The title, inspired by Walter Benjamin’s and Joris Ivens’s manifestos of “committed” documentary from the s, reflects the book’s theme of the political potential of documentary for representing the democratic.A documentary filmmaker has the sense of participating directly in the world’s most fundamental issues – a sense that is difficult for even the most conscious filmmaker working in a studio to feel” Cousins, Mark, and Kevin Macdonald.
“The Spanish Earth.” Imagining Reality: The Faber Book of Documentary. London: Faber,