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Jenny Barrett (Edge Hill University), “(Not) John Wayne & (Not) the American West in Jauja (2014): Lisandro Alonso’s Slow Western"

Until Jauja (2014), Argentine director Lisandro had filmed only contemporary stories of isolated men in a long-take, observational style with non-professional actors, said to centre on ‘men who ride lonesome’ (Quandt, 2008). Jauja, set in 1880s Argentina, follows the story of Danish Captain Dinesen, a man who ‘rides lonesome’ when his daughter elopes into the wilderness. It features the star Viggo Mortensen, half-Danish and partly raised in Argentina, who contributed to the film’s narrative and music, and is filmed by Finnish cinematographer, Timo Salminen. Mortensen’s and Salminen’s input led to narrative and ...
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Hadrien Fontanaud (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3), • “Lawrence of Arabia (Lean, 1962): Reframing Imperialism and the Poetics of the Desert”

Filmed in 1962, Lawrence of Arabia offers a critical look on British imperialism. Yet this British and American co-production draws on the Empire films of the 1930’s: it focuses on one of the battlefronts of the British Empire in Egypt as well as in the Middle East, and shows parallel with American westerns by emphasizing the confrontation between Whites Europeans and Natives. Many others elements reminds us of the western such as trains attacks, epic rides and more importantly the lonely hero and the wide-open spaces. This presentation aims to show how the ...
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Jesus Angel Gonzalez Lopez (Universidad de Cantabria, Santander), "Transnational Post-Westerns in French Cinema: Adieu Gary and Les Cowboys"

The concept of transnational post-Westerns stems from Neil Campbell’s definition of post-Westerns as films “coming after and going beyond the traditional Western [genre] while engaging with and commenting on its deeply haunting assumptions and values” (Campbell 2013: 31). Although Westerns started out as a national genre, they soon became a transnational phenomenon, which was received and interpreted differently in a variety of national contexts. Once Westerns nearly disappeared from mainstream cinema, post-Westerns exploiting their heritage have appeared throughout the world, applying their assumptions and values to specific national environments. These films have ...
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Céline Murillo (Université Sorbonne Paris Cité), “The Mimic Indians in Westerns : a Transnational Concept”

When Nobody, the native American character in Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch, 1995), recounts his travels as “an exhibit” in Europe, he explains that, to avoid attracting the attention he started to imitate the people around him.  He declares: “I mimicked them”. Homi Bhabha post-colonial concept of “mimic men” (The Location of Culture, 1994, p.125) is linked to language politics in 19th century India, where an elite was educated in English only, as demanded by Thomas Babington Macaulay in his "Minute on Indian Education" (1835). Mimic men are essentially transnational as their identity straddles the gap between ...
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Fareed Ben-Youssef (NYU Shanghai), “'Just Make Me Look Good’: The Duel Against Mythic Representation in the Transnational Western Films of Chloé Zhao”

Chinese filmmaker Chloé Zhao has established herself as a foremost chronicler of the experience of Native American youth. Her Westerns—"Songs My Brother Taught Me" (2015) and "The Rider" (2017)—center upon teenagers on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. In “Songs,” Zhao speaks to the burden of mythic portrayals upon these often-invisible populations. A white outsider—a proxy for the filmmaker—asks if she can take a photo of the film's hero on horseback. He replies, "Just make me look good." Commenting on this scene, Zhao stresses that the people of Pine ...
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41 - Guerre d’Algérie et vie politique française (1954-2005)

par Franck Renken (Université de Heidelberg)Colonialisme et anticolonialisme français : session thématique (prés. Michelle Zancarini-Fournel)Colloque pour une histoire critique et citoyenne - le cas de l'histoire franco-algérienne La Guerre d’indépendance d’Algérie a amené en France une polarisation sociale aiguë qui a conduit le pays maintes fois au bord de la guerre civile. La réaction des gouvernements de la IVe et de la Ve République a consisté à nier la réalité coloniale et la réalité même de la guerre. Cela n’a pas pu empêcher que sur le plan de la politique intérieure, la métropole connaisse de vastes mouvements contre la mobilisation ...
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Entretien avec Michael Salvaris

Michael Salvaris, enseignant-chercheur à l'Institut de recherche en Sciences Sociales à l'Université de Technologie de Swinburne, à Melbourne en Australie, évoque dans cette interview, la position de l'Australie face à la guerre en Irak, les droits de l'Homme dans le monde. Il parle également d'éducation, de citoyenneté, de l'information et d'internet. Il termine son entretien en parlant du droits de femmes et de l'"enquête sur les enfants volés".Générique Cadreurs : Joël LACOMBE, Jean Claude DANES Son : Rémi DUPUY Montage : Indalécio SIMOES Production : SAV, Université de Toulouse 1.
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