b/w films: Mouchette

Mouchette (F 1967) – Robert Bresson
Wed Jan 16th, 18h in Room 115
“Bresson advocated the “cinematograph” instead of the “cinema”. He was saying “cinema” was only a photographed reproduction of reality, while the “cinematograph” was creating a new vision in order to internalise emotions, it was “a writing with moving images and sounds”. An art of the ellipse and of the Nature, Bresson’s approach to cinema was radical, rigorous, extremely innovative.”

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