Introduction to the 70th Issue
C&A Autumn issue is focused on renowned French director, Robert Bresson .
Creating his individual world and a unique personal style, has given Bresson the rank of an outstanding filmmaker, being an inspiration to so many of his subsequent directors. A translation by Saleh Najafi has opened a new orifice for the readers.
Iran cinema HAS Cinematic management as its focal point. Alireza Raeesian, Behroze afkhami, Alireza dad and Javad Tousi, discuss the main factors that have hindered a strong cinematic management . why in 60s decade, there is rivalry among different cinematic branches. Which path can revert to an efficient management. in this issue, you will find responses of the experts about this subject.
Literature section, circles around the attractive subject of the not writing and unwritten. Unwritten are the matters that are not written but the reader can still read them. Monireldin Beirouti says at the round table that unwritten is the distance between what is in the writers mind and what he or she has really created. “Pieman Houshmandzadeh alludes that unwrittens are a part of writhing process; a part which we are unaware of, and help the writer reach a kind of self- discovery. You can study the articles of Ahmad Okhovat, Shapour Behian , Aboutorab Khosravi , Ebrahime Damshenas, Fereshteh Molavi, Hafez Khiavi and the other articles about this subject .
Fusion circles around life and works of Truman Capote, the outstanding American writer. Richard Boyce’s brilliant cinematic adaptation from “in cold blood” and the biographic drama of Capote by Bennett Miller which focuses on situation of the writer while working on “in cold blood” is analyzed.
Art & Politics of this issue is dedicated to Harold Pinter, a reckless and honest writer who has influenced the intellectualism of Europe. It may takes a long time to emerge another writes like him in the England.
There is a file about Dostoevsky. Amirhosseine Khorshidfar at the introduction of this file hopes that the approach of these articles will be around critical traditions which are obsoleted nowadays due to banal workshops.
In Criticizing Art, there is a small file about Nima (due to the recent published books about him). Nima is justified as the greatest in the world: An exclamatory
combination of idea and emotion. The attractive interview with Shapour Jorkesh illuminates the unnoticed aspects of this unique real Image of modern Iran.
Hieroglyph section discusses the Chaos theory in creative literature. a theory that explains the appearance process of new orders which are realized through chaos window.
Films & feelings of this issue is about new cinema of turkey and inspects the concept of memory and recollection. The interview is with Zeki Demirkubuz, the brilliant Turkish director.
Robert Bresson and pieces of French cinema history/ Ascetic mise-en-scene creator
The holy leader
Not a god, not even a master; Robert Bresson and radical policy
Interviewing Robert Bresson on acting, sound and montage/ Bresson’s sound
Review on Une femme douce (A Gentle Woman)/ The bird is mortal
Glory of an unimportant subject
Robert Bresson’s cinema in a glance to Mouchette
L’argent (Money); weight of universe
Defending cinematography against cinema
Humble explorers of innocence
Acadia as the revolutionary state in Le diable probablement (The Devil Probably)/ The liberty probably
Review on Les dames du Bois de Boulogne (The Ladies of the Bois de Boulogne)
What is the innovative action?
Films & Feelings
The silent memories: “Remembrance” in the new cinema of Turkey
Cannot be remembered: “Loss” in the new cinema of Turkey
Zeki Demirkubuz narrated by Zeki Demirkubuz
Art & Politics
Harold Pinter and truthfulness to the power
Interview with Harold Pinter/ Writing and politics
The New World Order/ Harold Pinter
Note on The New World Order play/ Regarding the new colonialism
The bully of the western world
Cold blooded as an author: Truman Capote on the silver screen
Death and life twilight: Truman Capote and Richard Brooks on “Cold Blood”
Bennett Miller writes about Capote: “Like a Bat out of Hell”
From the Theories
Ideas about being author
Hollywood and European cinephilia
Round table on “How cultural managers influence on recession or prosperity of cinema/ Precautions for privatization in cinema”
Crisis management in 1360’s cinema in Iran
Shall we assume governmental cinema management in our club?/ Cinema management, faking out and The Myth of Sisyphus
Management of art fields, wandering between irrationality and problematicism
Interview with Alireza Tabesh/ allowing the differentiates, accelerates moving towards recession in cinema
Poetry and Fictions
Magnolia of Isfahan
The Man Who Lived in a Shell
Literature – Critic and Review
Borders of unwriting from POV of Leila Sadeghi, Peyman Houshmandzadeh, Monireddin beiryti and Mohammadreza Goudarzi
Two items I did not write
Omissions and the unwritten
My Unwritten Books by George Steiner
To write on the blank lines
Making the discrete continuous is the novelist’s art
Writing with the magic ink
After Rimbaud/ Maurice Blanchot
The written crime/ An introduction to chaos theory influencing innovative literature
Children restless of words/ Sudden exposure of the new concept in innovative literature
Residues of time
Poem of loneliness
Godzilla poem in Mexico
Return to Fundaments – I
About Crime and Punishment written by Dostoyevsky/ Modern crime and the future punishment
A defense for the narrator-historian demons in Dostoyevsky’s works
Selective parts of article “Art of Crime and Punishment”
Reciting future voice in an interview with Shapour Jorkesh
Note on images and sounds in Nima’s poems/ The trembling silent
Don Quixote: implementing philosophy
The story of Don Quixote rebellion
Reciting a story/ The Customs
The Convicts Cell by Keyhan Khanjani/ Language of the uninhibited hideout
Notes on “Agha Reza Vasleh Kar” by Mahyar Rashidian
On Persian translation of Søren Kierkegaard’s Repetition; Reminding and Repetition Passages: strange meeting of Herman Melville and Søren Kierkegaard