Rohmer'sLes amours d'Astrée et de Celadonas a systematical synthesis for Bazin's space-based adaptation theory
01 Sep 2010-Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance-Vol. 3, Iss: 2, pp 115-127
01 Jan 1967
TL;DR: In this paper, the philosophy and unique insights of the late French film critic are revealed in these essays, and they are discussed in detail in detail and analyzed in a detailed manner.
Abstract: The philosophy and unique insights of the late French film critic are revealed in these essays.
01 Jan 1989
TL;DR: Rohmer as mentioned in this paper discusses the classical age of cinema and the three levels of discourse in the critical years of the 20th century, including the art of space, reflections on color, and the romance is gone.
Abstract: Foreword to French Edition 1. The Critical Years - Interview with Eric Rohmer Jean Narboni Part I. The Classical Age of Cinema Cinema: 2. The art of space 3. For a talking cinema 4. The romance is gone 5. Reflections on color 6. The classical age of cinema 7. Such vanity is painting 8. Isou or Things As They Are? Of three films and of a certain school Of taste and colors The taste for Beauty Letter to a critic - Concerning my moral tales 9. Film and the three levels of discourse? Part II. For an unpure cinema Andre Bazin's 'Summa': 10. Lesson of a failure - Moby Dick John Houston 11. Explanation of a vet - South Pacific Joshua Logan Faith and mountains - Les Etoiles de Midi Marchel Ichac 12. The photogenics of sport Alfred Hitchcock: 13. Vertigo IV. Jean Renoir 14. The American Renoir Elena and Her Man (Venus and the Apes) 15. Renoir's youth 16. The Little Theater of Jean Renoir 17. Filmgraphy of Rohmer films Index.