Raymond Bellour

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Raymond Bellour
Born1939
Lyons, France
EducationDoctorat d'état, 1979, Université de Paris I, France
Known forResearch and writing in the areas of film theory, film analysis, literature and moving-image art
TitleDirector of Research, Emeritus, CNRS, Paris, France

Raymond Bellour (born 1939 in Lyon) is a French scholar, and writer.[1] Best known to Anglophone readers for his publications on film analysis,[2] his work is dispersed across a wide range of articles and books, few of which are available in English, in which he addresses a broad spectrum of topics in the areas of cinema, literature and moving-image art.[3] He is currently Director of Research, Emeritus, at the CNRS, the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, which he entered in 1964.[4] In the course of his career he has taught at the Université de Paris I, at IDHEC (now "la Fémis"), the Université de Paris III, the Centre américain d'études cinématographiques, later renamed the Centre parisien d'études critiques, and in a range of international institutions as a guest lecturer.[5] In 1990 with Christine Van Assche and Catherine David he co-curated the Passages de l'image exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou.[6] He helped found the journal Trafic[7] in 1991, with Serge Daney, and Jean-Claude Biette,[8][9]

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
  • Le Corps du cinéma, 2009
  • La Querelle des dispositifs: Cinéma - installations, expositions, 2012
  • L'Enfant, 2013
  • Pensées du cinéma, 2016

References[edit]

  1. ^ Warren Buckland, 'From System to Structure : The Film Semiology of Raymond Bellour', Essays in Poetics, 18, 2 (1993): 42-68
  2. ^ Bellour, Raymond; Radner, Hilary; Novero, Cecilia; Salazkina, Masha; Fox, Alistair (Spring 2014). "From Hypnosis to Animals". Cinema Journal. University of Texas Press. 53.3: 1–8 – via Project Muse.
  3. ^ Hilary, Radner; Fox, Alistair (2018). "Biography and Publications of Raymond Bellour by Alistair Fox". Raymond Bellour: Cinema and the Moving Image. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pp. 176–184. ISBN 9781474422895.
  4. ^ Radner, Hilary; Fox, Alistair (2018). "Biography and Publications of Raymond Bellour by Alistair Fox". Raymond Bellour: Cinema and the Moving Image. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. p. 180. ISBN 9781474422895.
  5. ^ Radner, Hilary; Fox, Alistair (2018). "Biography and Publications of Raymond Bellour by Alistair Fox". Raymond Bellour: Cinema and the Moving Image. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pp. 181, 182. ISBN 9781474422895.
  6. ^ Raymond Bellour (France, 1939- )
  7. ^ Michael Goddard, Raymond Bellour, in Colman, ed., Film, Theory and Philosophy
  8. ^ ""From Matter"". Trafic. 79:1. Autumn 2011.
  9. ^ Morain, Jean-Baptiste (December 12, 2016). "La revue "Trafic" publie son centième numéro". lesinrocks.com. Retrieved May 29, 2018.

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