INDEX
A bout de souffle (1960), 59
Abstraction
formalism, 3–5, 7, 15–21, 28
see also formalism (Marxist critique of)
Marxism, 74, 78, 89, 128, 134n4l, 139n9
realism, 4, 9, 14
structuralism/semiology, 33, 39
Accatone (1961), 13
Adamson, Andrew, 132
Adaptation (2002), 96–7
Adorno, Theodor, I40n23, 146
Alea, Thomas Gutierrez, I4ln36
alienation, 74, 80
All that Jazz (1979), 25
Allen, Woody, 27
Althusser, Louis, 15, 98, 128, I42n31, 146
cognitivist critique of, I40n28
ideology as denned by, 87–90
Althusserian-Lacanian paradigm, 104, 114–15, I40n28,145
Altman, Charles, 112, I4ln4, 147
Altman, Rick, 54, 58, 145
An Andalusian Dog (1929), 59, 108–9
Angelopolous, Theo, 12
Anthony of 'the Dead (1968), 96
anti-colonialism, 2, 93–4
anti-naturalism, 18, 19
a-political art, see art for art's sake
arbitrariness of signs,
cognitivist critique of, 61–2
film semiology, 35–9, 40
language, 30–3
structuralism, 42, 135n5
Arnheim, Rudolph, 3, 103, 138n62, 144
Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat(1896), 4
art for art's sake, 16, 22, 81, 84, 86, I40n23
attractions see film attractions
aura, 8, 82–5, 133nl0
Austin Powers, The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), I4ln39
author, 29, 45, 50, 53, 58, 113
avant-garde, 5, 62
artistic, see art for art's sake
political, 69, 100
see also Eisenstein, Vertov, Godard
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 55
Balazs, Bela, 133n8
Barthes, Roland, 7, 33, 34, 36, 55, 58, 145
base structure, 72, 75, 86, 97
capitalist, 81–2
neo-Marxist conception of, 83, 87
Battle of Algiers (1964), 94
Battleship Potemkin (1927), 41, 76
Baudrillard, Jean, 5, 22–3, 131, 144
films influenced by, 23–8
see also simulacrum
Baudry, Jean Louis, 90–2, 98, 101, 132, 146
Bazin, Andre, 4, 9–13, 131, 144
critique of, 14–15, 40
Beauvoir, Simone de, 114
Belle dejour (1967)
intertextual analysis, 56–9
psychoanalytic analysis, 118–19
Benjamin, Walter, 8, 82–6 passim, 132, 133nl0, 146
fascism and, 22, 82, 97, 101, I40n23
see also aura
Ben-Porath, Ziva, 56–9, 66, 131
Bergson, Henri, 6, 7
Berlin, Symphony of a City (1927), 137n4l
Bhaba, Homi, 70
Bicycle Thieves (1948), 13
binary oppositions, 42, 44–5, 69, 136n26
film, 48–52
gender, 123, 124, 129
see also Lévi-Strauss, structuralism
Birds, The (1963), 40
Birth of a Nation (1915), 37
Black or White (1991), 25

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: From the Photogenic to the Simulacrum 3
  • 2: Film Constructs 29
  • 3: Dialectic Film Montage 69
  • 4: Imaginary Signifieks/ Voyeuristic Pleasures 103
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