Download e-book for iPad: Le film-événement : Esthétique, politique et société dans le by Diana Gonzalez-Duclert

By Diana Gonzalez-Duclert

Dans l’histoire du cinéma mondial, des œuvres de fiction s’affirment non seulement comme des succès commerciaux mais aussi comme des événements politiques, intellectuels et sociaux. Leur présentation au public engendre en effet, dans l. a. sphère des médias et dans l’espace des pouvoirs, des débats nombreux, des controverses décisives, des affrontements aigus. Ces films-événement ont ainsi l. a. particularité de sortir de los angeles catégorie cinématographique habituelle et d’exister comme un phénomène de société nécessitant pour leur étude l. a. mobilisation des sciences sociales. 

Ce livre se suggest d’en comprendre los angeles genèse et le rayonnement, essentiellement aux États-Unis, là où s’est constitué un riche corpus de films-événement, de Naissance d’une nation au Secret de Brokeback Mountain. Il s’agit d’abord d’analyser ces long-métrages de fiction comme des œuvres dynamiques impliquant une compréhension critique de leur réception dans un contexte historique, politique et social donné. Cette problématique conduit ensuite à s’intéresser au rôle et à los angeles position de l’esthétique dans le processus de transformation d’un fi lm en un événement qui le dépasse. Ainsi pourrait-on s’interroger sur l’esthétique dans los angeles société, concevoir une esthétique socio-psychologique, établir les termes de l. a. rencontre entre esthétique, politique et société. Cette reconnaissance du film-événement américain offre en end l. a. possibilité d’aborder d’autres cinémas nationaux, comme le cinéma français contemporain. 

Diana GONZALEZ-DUCLERT est une chercheuse américaine ayant étudié aux États-Unis (université de Columbia) puis en France (EHESS). Docteure et enseignante à Sciences-Po Paris et à manhattan college, elle conduit actuellement des recherches sur les liens entre l’esthétique et los angeles politique dans le cinéma du Moyen-Orient.

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