The cinema of poetry /
'The Cinema of Poetry' emphasizes the vibrant world of European cinema in addition to incorporating the author's long abiding concerns on American avant-garde cinema.
|Online Access:||Electronic book from Oxford Scholarship Online|
New York :
Oxford University Press,
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: An autobiography of enthusiasms
- Part I. Poetry and the Narrative Cinema in Europe: 1. Pier Paolo Pasolini and "the cinema of 'poetry'"l 2. Dimitri Kirsanoff's Ménilmontant; 3. Ingmar Bergman's Primal scene; 4. Andrey Tarkovsky's concept of poetry
- Part II. Poetry and the American Avant-Garde Cinema: 5. The dialectic of experience in Joseph Cornell's films; 6. Lawrence Jordan's Magical instructions; 7. Stan Brakhage's poetics; 8. Nathaniel Dorsky, Jerome Hiler, and the polyvalent film; 9. Markopoulos and the Temenos.