Notes sur le cinematographe (Folio) (English and French Edition) [Robert Bresson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Bresson. Notes on the Cinematographer is a book by the French filmmaker Robert Bresson. Original title, Notes sur le cinématographe Robert Bresson. Notes on the Cinematographer has ratings and reviews. Mariel said: Robert Bresson Notes on the Cinematographer is my philosophy book or self-he.
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Every serious director should examine the various techniques of Robert Bresson but they are so hard to emulate! Some might rely on what cinematogrsphe from elsewhere cool soundtracks. Nov 15, Katie rated it it was amazing. The most ordinary word, when put in its place, suddenly acquires brilliance. Bresson’s attempts to express the ineffable “soul” of his filmmaking in words is largely pointless and doomed to frustration.
Notes on the Cinematographer by Robert Bresson
Lists with This Book. Some interesting observations but I can’t help but feel Bresson is convinced by his observations as ‘truth’ like many artists. View all 7 comments. Show 25 25 50 All.
Notes on the Cinematograph by Robert Bresson review – the art of film
I don’t care if they are playing someone real or fake. The real is not dramatic. Oct 03, Mariel rated cinematographee it was amazing Recommends it for: Kind of difficult to comprehend at times.
Truth and lies aren’t things I really grasp in my hands. Most users should sign in with their email address. These two statements should be tattooed on the hands of every aspirant film-maker, and not just aspirant ones, come to think of it. Anyway, it’s in general very inspiring and insightful and often funny and I can’t say I won’t often think of some of his more broad and applicable ideas when considering certain movies, whether his, someone else’s, or my own.
A mysterious note in the margins of my book for me to get cinematographd self-esteem. I am not sure if I could comprehend all the points that he has made in this ntes, but I am sure I will keep revisiting it for years to come, to fully understand it all.
Notes on the Cinematographer Green Integer. I personally abhor manifestos or any attempts at rule making in art. I find it difficult to believe that any thing is all true or all false, if it is emotions. Not surprisingly, he writes beautifully, and these aphoristic koans, surrounded by all that empty white space, are as haunting as anything he captured on film. English Choose a language for shopping.
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Among other things, these aphorisms, paragraphs, include an approach to actors Bresson calls them “models” and would reject “acting” almost entirely as a baleful hangover from the stage. Mar 28, Alborz Taheri rated it really liked it.
This is one of The Books. Explore the Home Gift Guide. This was one major reason why she couldn’t bring herself to convert near the end of life. But why should we be interested in the notes of an obscure director from another country? My favorite actresses are the ones who remind me of those I’ve known best in my life.
What the book consists of are thoughts about filming — thoughts that are very different from one one usually thinks about as film, which Bresson associates with “the terrible cinematograpne of the theatre.
Got plenty of fiber, at least. I wish that I could speak French. I liked that idea of it coming about again just by getting used to it and no longer thinking about what you are doing.