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Postwar

The Films of Daniel Eisenberg

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Postwar by Raymond Bellour
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Description

Postwar: The Films of Daniel Eisenberg presents the major films of filmmaker Daniel Eisenberg: Displaced Person, 1981, Cooperation of Parts, 1987, Persistence, 1997, and Something More Than Night, 2003, through newly commissioned essays by five highly respected writers of contemporary film and media art. This book represents the first survey of Eisenberg's work, placing it in the context of contemporary theory and experimental media practice. As in the work of Claude Lanzmann, Harun Farocki and Alexander Kluge, history is the ground for investigation and experimentation for Eisenberg. The concept of "postwar" finds form in each of his films, differently in each one. The book also serves as a matrix for a new photo project by Daniel Eisenberg, specifically designed for this book, drawn from stills from the films, images of source material, ephemera and the filmmaker's own collection. Each contributor has focused his or her contribution on a specific film. In a playful and unconventional way the book will mirror the ways in which these films bring image and text into direct encounter with the physical experience of history, and how his poetic texts creates a dialogue with images. This book offers Eisenberg's dense and critically rich films to a wide audience of filmmakers, scholars and students of history, art and media. The book coincides with a newly published DVD of Eisenberg's films.

Author Biography

Daniel Eisenberg was born in Israel in 1954 and emigrated to the United States with his family in the late 1950s. He studied film at the State University of New York. He works as a professor in Film, Video and New Media at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Jeffrey Skoller is a filmmaker, writer and Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of California; he has made many films and is the author of many articles, essays and a book on experimental film and video. Raymond Bellour is a French critic and author. He currently works as Director of Research at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique in Paris, and is one of Europe's foremost theorists of film, video and new media. Nora Alter is Professor of German, Film and Media Studies at the University of Florida. She has written two books on the subject and has contributed to many essays, articles and journals. Tom Gunning is a Professor in the Art Department and the Cinema and Media Committee at the University of Chicago. He lectures worldwide and is the writer of numerous essays on early and international silent cinema, American cinema and avant-garde films. Christa Blu mlinger is a writer, art critic and curator. Her published texts deal mainly with art films, video, film theory and film and history.
Release date Australia
May 20th, 2010
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
211 b&w & colour illustrations
Imprint
Black Dog Publishing Ltd
Pages
192
Dimensions
190x240x18
ISBN-13
9781906155957
Product ID
3845439

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