|by Germaine DULAC|
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Almost 75 years after its creation, this is the first published edition of Germaine Dulac’s What is Cinema?
Composed of the cineaste’s lectures (1925-1939), compiled by her partner Marie-Anne Colson-Malleville, it illuminates the vital role of this pioneer of the 1920s French avant-garde, as an innovator of modern cinematic thought, who was reflecting, early on, in a sustained and analytical way about what cinema is.
Texts assembled by Marie-Anne Colson-Malleville
Assisted by Anita Estève
Edited by Clément Lafite and Tami Williams
This publication is also released as an enhanced e-Book via iBooks/iTunes (EPUB format), a digital version allowing the reader to move seamlessly between viewing and reading.
The book and the e-Book are available in English and French.
With the support of the CNC.
|city and year of publication||Paris, 2019|
|languages||English & French|