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Cinã(c)Ma Militant


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Articulating in-depth political theories and practical choices, this book is the first to be fair with the work of essential filmmakers and underrated collectives. Even in France, many remain undocumented and underanalyzed. -- Nicole Brenez, Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle

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Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. Wildcat Strikes and Wildcat Cinema in May '68: ARC 2. Jean-Pierre Thorn: "No investigation, no right to speak" 3. Cinelutte: "Tout ce qui bouge est rouge" 4. Les groupes Medvedkine: Before and After Chris Marker 5. Of Theory and Peasants: Groupe Cinethique Conclusion Notes Filmography Bibliography Index

About the Author

Paul Douglas Grant is professor of cinema studies and cochair of research at the School of Architecture, Fine Arts, and Design, University of San Carlos, Philippines. He is also the editor of Lilas: A Graphic History of Cinema in Cebu.

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