French experimental cinema: the richness of the 1970s
Authors: Bassan, Raphaël; Courant, Gérard; Lebrat, Christian; Noguez, Dominique
Source: Studies in French Cinema, Volume 4, Number 3, November 2004 , pp. 165-174(10)
Abstract:This article is written as a response to a misleading study published by the filmmaker Rose Lowder in the French periodical 1895. The article is an attempt to set the record straight, for an international public, on what was in fact, contrary to the impression given by Rose Lowder, one of the richest periods of experimental cinema in a country where experimental cinema has always been a strong feature. In this article we cover experimental cinema in the 1970s in all its aspects: films, people, associations, festivals, critical reception, teaching and research.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-11-01
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