INTERMITTENCES NON REGULÉES DE ÉTIENNE-JULES MAREY

by Jean-Michel BOUHOURS
1978 / b&w / silent / 1S / 14' 00




The invention of the cinematograph by Louis and Auguste Lumière in 1895 marked the culmination - synthesis, standardisation and industrialisation - of various research carried out in previous years on the decomposition and illusion of movement through a series of fixed shots (Demenÿ, Reynaud, Muybridge, Londe, Marey...).
These images are now being reworked by the generation of "post-structuralist" filmmakers, for whom the magic of the device lies in the articulation of two images, which in no way are neutral.

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distribution format 16mm
screen 1,37 - Standard (single screen)
speed 24 fps
sound silent
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distribution format 16mm
screen 1,37 - Standard (single screen)
speed 24 fps
sound silent
rental fee 43,00 €