Cultural Guerrillas

The fundamental questions of a cinema of intervention
by Nicole Brenez and Philippe Grandrieux   posted Mar 1, 2012

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THE AUTHORS

Nicole Brenez teaches Cinema Studies at the University of Paris-3 Sorbonne nouvelle and curates the Cinémathèque française's avant-garde film series.

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Philippe Grandrieux is the director of numerous documentary-essays and three feature films prior to It May be that Beauty has Strengthened our Resolve: Masao Adachi.

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