Jean-Luc Godard

  • Chattrabhang

    Chattrabhang: 0 Intensity Cinema

    Narrative cinema, in its most austere form, comprises of images and sounds moulded by the director to satisfy a figurative representation. The director envisions and executes a form through his intention that translates a loose narrative into sensorial images and sounds. In the following paper I will be exploring...
  • Last year at Marienbad

    ‘Last Year at Marienbad’ as mystical film practice

    ‘Last Year at Marienbad’ has acquired the reputation of being the quintessential cerebral Art House film that is a far more somber version of the experimentation generally termed the Nouvelle Vague represented by the fragmented Balzacian narrative as represented in the films of Francois Truffaut or the playful genre...
  • Political Transformation and the Constructed ‘Real’

    In this essay I hope to create a) an understanding of the “real” to b) produce change within its conditions of potentiality. These issues will be tackled through classical film theory with examples from Indian cinema thrown in. I define the  “real” as that which functions outside representational regimes...
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