Cinema, Thought, Life. Conversations with Fata Morgana
24 conversations originally published by Fata Morgana with important scholars and artists who have intended cinema as a place of thought and a form of life. A unique constellation of authors and themes in which cinema and the image, more than any other art form, are inextricably intertwined with the complexity of the contemporary. Edited and translated into English for the first time, these conversations offer to the reader a unique constellation of authors and themes, which leads one to reconsider cinema starting from our present and vice versa.
Conversations with: Marco Bellocchio, Julio Bressane, Francesco Casetti, Jean-Louis Comolli, Georges Didi-Huberman, Roberto Esposito, David Freedberg, Yervant Gianikian e Angela Ricci Lucchi, Amos Gitai, Werner Herzog, Paolo Jedlowski, Julia Kristeva, Mario Martone, Marie-José Mondzain, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancière, Edgar Reitz, Raoul Ruiz, Richard Schechner, Paul Schrader, Toni Servillo, Walter Siti, Shinya Tsukamoto, Slavoj Žižek.