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Product Description: La política de los autores, expresión abundantemente utilizada incluso en nuestros días en el campo del cine, se ha convertido en un concepto trillado por culpa de un uso cada vez más restrictivo: la reivindicación de un supuesto estatuto de artista que se debe otorgar al cineasta en el mismo grado que a un pintor o a un escritor...read more

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9788449314148 | Paidos Iberica Ediciones S A, April 1, 2003, cover price $27.95 | About this edition: La política de los autores, expresión abundantemente utilizada incluso en nuestros días en el campo del cine, se ha convertido en un concepto trillado por culpa de un uso cada vez más restrictivo: la reivindicación de un supuesto estatuto de artista que se debe otorgar al cineasta en el mismo grado que a un pintor o a un escritor.

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Product Description: Robert Bresson makes some quite radical distinctions between what he terms "cinematography" and something quite different: "cinema"—which is for him nothing but an attempt to photograph theater and use it for the screen.Director of The Trial of Joan of Arc, Pickpocket, A Prisoner Escapes, Diary of a Country Priest, Money, and many other classic films, Robert Bresson is, quite simply, one of the most brilliant cinematographers in the history of film...read more

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9781557133656 | Green Integer Books, May 1, 1997, cover price $10.95 | About this edition: Robert Bresson makes some quite radical distinctions between what he terms "cinematography" and something quite different: "cinema"—which is for him nothing but an attempt to photograph theater and use it for the screen.
9780704334960 | Quartet Books Ltd, March 1, 1987, cover price $7.95 | About this edition: Robert Bresson makes some quite radical distinctions between what he terms "cinematography" and something quite different: "cinema"—which is for him nothing but an attempt to photograph theater and use it for the screen.

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