Young Critics 2021
Film Fest Gent
12 > 23 october 2021
CINEA highlights film heritage in all its intriguing facets and all its incarnations from the late nineteenth century until today, always from a film-historical and aesthetic standpoint: filmmakers have thousands of secrets, CINEA lets you in on them!
photogénie #9 — Duras/Rivette: Irreducibilities 5 Articles in issue
An examination of films that touch upon longings, differences, irresolvabilities that haunt us, that insist on staying in conversation.
5 Articles in issue
The Parallel Lives of ‘Le Camion’ and ‘Histoire de Marie et Julien’
Ruairí McCann examines Duras’s and Rivette’s tireless redefinition of their authorship and medium in two late works of both filmmakers.
Gang of Four, or the Film That Magically Materialises the Viewer’s Own Interior Life
Zahra Tavassoli Zea shows how resistance in the Rivettian universe takes on the form of keeping one’s playful spirit on a quest for truth.
The Blank Screen: A Possible Book
Maximilien Luc Proctor examins on Duras’s short films, in particular 'L’Homme atlantique' and her undefinable relation to its protagonist.
Haunted by the Echoes of Desire. On the Voice(s) of Marguerite Duras
Michaël Van Remoortere considers Duras’s self-constructions, her incessant return to images of her youth and the unknowability of the self.
A Gentle Complicity, an Endless ‘Duelle’
Kathy Vanhout lays bare the cyclicality of Jacques Rivette’s 'Duelle' (1976), focussing on the precise motions of actors and camera.
Soleil Ô (1967)
David Vanden Bossche over Med Hondo's 'Soleil Ô' (1967).
In a Lonely Place (1950)
Anke Brouwers over Nicholas Ray's 'In a Lonely Place' (1950).
De man die zijn haar kort liet knippen (1965)
Gertjan Willems over André Delvaux' 'De man die zijn haar kort liet knippen' (1965).
La última cena (1976)
David Vanden Bossche over Tomás Gutiérrez Alea's 'La última cena' (1976).