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A Grammar of Cinepoiesis

Poetic Cameras of Italian Cinema
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Silvia Carlorosi
Cine-Aesthetics: New Directions in Film and Philosophy
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This book explores the theoretical and practical modes of a cinema of poetry and examines how it breaks the convention of narrative in cinema.
Cinepoiesis, or cinema of poetry, strikes us as a strange combination, a phrase we initially read as an oxymoron. Poetry is often associated with the abstract and the evocative, while cinema suggests the concrete and the visible. Yet, various visual media use strong and often contradictory images, whose symbolic force and visual impact stimulate the public’s attention. Abstract and emblematic images surround us, and the poetic nature of these images lies in the way they speak beyond their apparent limits and stimulate connections on a subjective level. A prosaic world like the contemporary one, though, no longer seems to hold a place for poetry. We are inundated by the need to tell and to be told, the need to build our lives through narratives. But it is precisely here, in this contemporary landscape, that the cinema of poetry attempts to establish a space for itself, exchanging the productive and industrial apparatus for the poetic stimulus of a sensory experience. A Grammar of Cinepoiesis is a theoretical and practical guide to the cinema of poetry, to its tools and forms. It examines how the language of a “cinema of poetry” works both in its theoretical foundations and in its modes of representation, and how it takes shape in the exemplary practice of Italian authors such as Pier Paolo Pasolini, Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini, and the more recent Franco Piavoli and Matteo Garrone.
Chapter IMeter and Rhetoric: Leopardi’s Poetry in Federico Fellini’s La voce

della luna

Chapter II“Im-Signs” and Free Indirect Subjective

Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Cinema of Poetry: Accattone and Mamma Roma

Chapter III Color and Focus: Michelangelo Antonioni’s Il Deserto Rosso and Blow Up

Chapter IVSound and Silence: Franco Piavoli’s Il pianeta azzurro and Nostos

Chapter VMovement and Form: Matteo Garrone’s Primo amore and Gomorra

EpilogueThe Visual Power of Images

Appendix IAn Interview with Franco Piavoli

Appendix IIAn Interview with Matteo Garrone

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