By Marijke de Valck, Malte Hagener
They obsess over the nuances of a Douglas Sirk or Ingmar Bergman movie; they experience books comparable to François Truffaut's Hitchcock; they fortunately sign up for the Sundance Channel—they are the infrequent breed referred to as cinephiles. even though a lot has been made up of the vintage period of cinephilia from the Fifties to the Nineteen Seventies, Cinephilia files the most recent iteration of cinephiles and their use of latest applied sciences. With the arrival of domestic theaters, electronic recording units, on-line movie groups, cinephiles at the present time pursue their commitment to movie outdoor of institutional settings. a thorough new background of movie tradition, Cinephilia breaks new floor for college students and students alike.
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Dreams of Lost Time A Study of Cinephilia and Time Realism in Bertolucci’s The Dreamers Sutanya Singkhra What do people do for love? Just about anything. And we all know how easy it is to fall in love. It is probably because of the mysterious nature of an act of love that makes it somehow irresistible. This is why using a phrase as clichéd as “falling in love with love” is not so inappropriate when we talk about “cinephilia” as a love for cinema. But truly, for us cinephiles, love for the cinema is not just an act of watching movies, but rather of living them, re-enacting particular scenes or lines that have changed forever our view of everything in our lives.
38 Cinephilia This may, however, be the jaded view of a superannuated cinephile take one, unable to “master” his disenchantment. For there is also re-framing, referring to the conceptual frame, the emotional frame, as well as the temporal frame that regulates the DVD or internet forms of cinephilia, as well. More demanding, certainly, than selecting the right row in the cinema of your choice for the perfect view of the screen, these acts of reframing require the ability to hold in place different kinds of simultaneity, different temporalities.
Not only for its outrageous rating of NC- due to its extremely explicit sexual content, but also its controversial political context. The Dreamers, based on the novel The Holy Innocents: A Romance by Gilbert Adair, who also wrote the script for the film, reminisces, or, more precisely, re-enacts the spirits of the era. Bertolucci refers to the Paris of as a “very magical and intense period,” an era of “revolution” for young people, including him, as a film lover and filmmaker. The Dreamers is, therefore, simply a cinephilia project that Bertolucci uses to revive those glorious moments, a dream to trace back and once again experience that “lost” time.
Cinephilia: Movies, Love and Memory (Film Culture in Transition) by Marijke de Valck, Malte Hagener