Notes on the Cinematographer has ratings and reviews. Mariel said: Robert Bresson Notes on the Cinematographer is my philosophy book or self-he. Notes on the Cinematographer is a book by the French filmmaker Robert Bresson. It collects Bresson’s reflections on cinema written as short aphorisms. Notes on. Cinematography. Robert Bresson. Translated by Jonathan Griffin. Urizen Books As will become clear, “cinematography” for Bresson has the special.
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Truly a collection of notes, some expressing fragments of thought, others more complete ideas about the art of film.
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. Brilliant short book on the aesthetics of the film mostly non-commercial, largely non-American of the 50s through 70s that speaks to me most deeply Godard, Bergman, Antonioni to skim the A list.
This is one of The Books. Maybe it really is like that. This is one of the reasons why I watch so many movies.
Bresson’s treatment of his “Notes Respect man’s nature cinematogrzpher wishing it was more palpable than it is. I’m rendered with no choice than to respectfully disagree.
Published May 1st by Green Integer first cinematographfr January 1st An unsoul crushingly way to look at that. It gives way to the only visible part of the being, the merging part. See 1 question about Notes on the Cinematographer….
Huge Bresson fan; laud the ethos behind his approach to filmmaking; seen em all; respect the man immensely – I’m going to be the detractor on this one; unfortunately this cineematographer of notes doesn’t really do much.
Neither action, nor reaction.
Notes on the Cinematographer by Robert Bresson
He is often referred to as the most highly regarded French filmmaker after Jean Renoir. Oct 03, Mariel rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The crude real will not by itself yield truth. A precise collection of notes that will tell you all that Bresson learnt during his lifetime. I believe that something can be both true and false. I want those parts. I agree with the man’s ideas on a fundamental level; I would even go as far as to say that the principles he suggests here are most constructive f “To think it more natural for a movement to be made or a phrase said like this than like that is absurd, is meaningless in cinematography.
Not to mention Serge Gainsbourg would be like sex after just masturbating. Notes on the Bredson. It is a matter of style of and artistic choice.
Robert Bresson’s Notes on the Cinematographer are working memos which the great French director made for his own use. In his masterful films, perhaps Bresson offers this same vision of Christianity before or even without the resurrection. This is a rather odd book.
Notes on the Cinematographer Robert Bresson Snippet view – This book is probably even better. A system does not regulate everything. I wanna feel affirmed, probably. Some might rely on what comes from elsewhere cool soundtracks. Brrsson closest we can get to seeing how something really happened, not just how we colored it.
I love this wavelength, “secret desires” idea of Bresson’s. It somehow seems to resemble the formality and coldness of his films. To call upon the artifice of cinema, Lars von Trier used the theatrical narrative technique Verfremdungseffekt in his latest movie Nymphomaniac.
In a mixture of true and false, the true brings out the false, the false hinders belief in the true. Goofy and overly rigid but nonetheless essential for people like me who spend more time than maybe they should considering the ontology of movies and the various ways the mediums of the 20th century intermingle with and influence each other.
There must be nothing extraneous or redundant: A blue is not the same blue beside a green, a yellow, a red.
Notes on the Cinematograph by Robert Bresson review – the art of film
Pretty useless restrictions, I thought what cinematoggrapher any of it have to do with telling a good story? View all 8 comments. Un This is a rather odd book. That something that is wholly another, even if cinematographre is alike.
With that said, it’s only pretentious in that it’s the work of someone who thinks deeply about artistic prearrangements required to create philosophically ideal effects that stay true to a precise understanding of reality expressed via the knotting of images deemed simple and true. This modest collections of aphorisms would not be in print were it not for the justified stature of its author as a metteur en scene.
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I guess Bresson would have seen eye to eye with them on the music, at least. As Bresson puts it: Failing which, they would appear false or sham. At this point, filmslie. Jul 25, Cinwmatographer rated it liked it. Nov 15, Katie rated it it was amazing. It is also correct, you realise: