Raymond Bellour

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Raymond Bellour (born 1939, Lyons) is a French writer, critic and theorist of cinema.[1]

Bellour is Director of Research Emeritus at the CNRS. Since 1986 he has taught at Paris III.[2] In 1990 with Christine Van Assche and Catherine David he co-curated the Passages de l'image exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou.[3] In 1991, with Serge Daney, he helped found the journal Trafic.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Le Livre des autres: entretiens avec M. Foucault, C. Lévi-Strauss, R. Barthes, P. Francastel ..., L’Herne, 1971
  • 'Segmenting/Analysing', Quarterly Review of Film Studies, Vol. 1, No. 3, August 1976, pp. 331–353
  • L'Analyse du film, 1979. Translated as The Analysis of Film
  • 'Psychosis, Neurosis, Perversion', Camera Obscura, nos 3–4, 1979, pp. 104–34. Reprinted in Marshall Deutelbaum, Leland A. Poague, eds., A Hitchcock Reader, 2nd ed., Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, pp. 341 ff.
  • Henri Michaux, 1986
  • Mademoiselle Guillotine, 1989
  • Eye for I: Video Self-Portraits, New York: Independent Curators Inc., 1989
  • L'Entre-Images: Photo, Cinéma, Vidéo, 1990
  • Jean-Luc Godard: Son + Image 1974-1991, 1992
  • Oubli, 1992
  • L'Entre-Images 2, 1999
  • Partages de l'ombre, 2002

References[edit]

  1. ^ Warren Buckland, 'From System to Structure : The Film Semiology of Raymond Bellour', Essays in Poetics, 18, 2 (1993): 42-68
  2. ^ a b Michael Goddard, Raymond Bellour, in Colman, ed., Film, Theory and Philosophy
  3. ^ Raymond Bellour (France, 1939- )

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