My book, Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema, is available again, I’m happy to report. There’s a little backstory, probably of interest only to. Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema has 74 ratings and 4 reviews. Patrick said: It’s a shame that David Borwell’s Ozu And The Poetics Of Cinema () is out-o. awaited and much-needed works: David Bordwell’s comprehensive study of Bordwell’s Ozu and the Poetics of Cinema joins a trio of major studies of Ozu, the.
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An Introduction Textbook written with Kristin Thompson first-named author. Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Update 2same day: Combining biographical information with discussions of the films’ aesthetic strategies and cultural significance, David Bordwell questions the abd image of Ozu as the traditional Japanese artisan and examines the aesthetic nature and functions of his cinema.
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Keefe rated it really liked it May 06, Films, Files, and the Future of Movies. In Ozu’s case, he works from a strangely limited tool box with rules on how often shots last, what angles a shot can cut to only multiples of 45how low a camera should be place extremelywhat the basic narratives of a film should be about, to create a very distinctive, and quietly powerful, cinema.
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In Early Summer Bordwell breaks down what he calls “the most stupendous camera movement in Ozu’s career: In the second part of the book he discusses the films individually and even has notes about non-existing films that have been lost. A video lecture, I suppose. Movies that you are glad you saw in retrospect, but that can be a slog to get through. The eleventh edition arrives! Making the world movie-sized Pandora’s digital box: Hong Kong National cinemas: Detailed analysis of films, mostly from a technical perspective.
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A guide for the perplexed HUGO: His Life and Films, is also indispensable, but it only focuses on the late films of Ozu. Open to the public ; On a recommendation from a friend I got this out-of-print book from the fabulous Pico-Union library and dove into the first half of the book. A new video lecture!
This half first deals with Japan’s history and culture, Ozu’s life and influences, and then dives into his extremely unique and experimental style.
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