Monday, January 2, 2012

Cinéma 68


Cinéma 68
Textes et entretiens réunis par Antoine de Baecque, Stéphane Bouquet, Emmanuel Burdeau
2008, Cahiers du cinéma

Book review for Projectorhead (India)

(This is my first book review, so please be gentle. Plus, I have to admit that the transition from French to English wasn't the smoothest - my English sounds too international, and I hate that.)

At the time I wrote this I wasn't aware of OWS, it had just started, so I should add that the cinematic treatment of the Occupy movement also deserves attention in the near future. Actually, so far I haven't heard of any film projects that deal with the Arab Spring. The Occupy movement, on the other hand, seems to enjoy a promising cinematic future. A few links:

+ Occupy Cinema
+ Occupy Wall Street: The Movie; Will There Be A Definite Film of the Movement?
+ Occupy, the Movie

In 40 years from now (if I live that long), I would definitely be interested in reading a book on the cinematic legacy of the Occupy movement.

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