The Chris Marker Issue of IMAGE [&] NARRATIVE

Image from Owls at Noon (Chris Marker, 2005)

Film Studies For Free can barely contain its excitement as it rushes you news of the latest IMAGE [&] NARRATIVE (Vol. 11, No. 4, 2010) – a special issue devoted to philosophically informed discussion of the work of Chris Marker.

The names of the esteemed contributors to the issue (Christa Blümlinger, Sarah Cooper, Matthias De Groof, Sylvain Dreyer, Sarah French, Adrian Martin, Susana S. Martins, and editor Peter Kravanja) provide a very clear guarantee to the reader of the extremely high quality of the work on offer here. So, there’s nothing more to say, other than: enjoy! Direct links to their essays are given below, but be sure to visit the IMAGE [&] NARRATIVE website for some remaining (non-Marker-related) articles in this wonderful issue.

  • ‘The Imaginary in the Documentary Image: Chris Marker’s Level Five’, Christa Blümlinger AbstractPDF
  • ‘Montage, Militancy, Metaphysics: Chris Marker and André Bazin’, Sarah Cooper Abstract PDF
  • ‘Statues Also Die – But Their Death is not the Final Word’, Matthias De Groof Abstract PDF
  • Autour de 1968, en France et ailleurs : Le Fond de l’air était rouge’, Sylvain Dreyer Abstract PDF
  • ‘“If they don’t see happiness in the picture at least they’ll see the black”: Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil and the Lyotardian Sublime’, Sarah French Abstract PDF
  • ‘Crossing Chris: Some Markerian Affinities’, Adrian Martin Abstract PDF
  • ‘Petit Cinéma of the World or the Mysteries of Chris Marker’, Susana S. Martins Abstract PDF
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