Daney and de Baecque on Ici et Ailleurs

Antoine de Baecque’s account of the production process of ‘Ici et Ailleurs’ is taken from ‘Godard: biographie’ (Grasset, 2004) and was translated by Ted Fendt. Serge Daney’s text was presented in New York at the first ‘Semaine des Cahiers du Cinéma’ in 1977 and was translated by Laurent Kretzschmar and Bill Krohn. In February 1969, … Continue reading Daney and de Baecque on Ici et Ailleurs

Anne-Marie Miéville retrospective Brussels 04 > 30/10/2018

“The love experience will be reshaped into a relationship that is meant to be between one human being and another, no longer one that flows from man to woman.” This quote from Rainer Maria Rilke, which adorns the end of Lou n’a pas dit non (1994), encapsulates the essence of Anne-Marie Miéville’s quest, which is … Continue reading Anne-Marie Miéville retrospective Brussels 04 > 30/10/2018

The militant ethnography of Thomas Harlan

By Serge Daney Originally published as ‘L’ ethnographie militante de Thomas Harlan’, Cahiers du Cinéma n° 301 (June 1979) Torre Bela is first of all an extraordinary document, of a type that emerges occasionally from the heart of a struggle or from boundary situations, when the determination to “keep on filming” surpasses the ideas – … Continue reading The militant ethnography of Thomas Harlan