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David Bordwell’s Website on Cinema.

David Bordwell

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Neoformalismhistorical poeticslinguistic film theory. Please help by adding reliable sources. Cinematogarfico of his more influential articles on theory, narrative, and style were collected in Poetics of Cinemanamed in homage after the famous anthology cinemztografico Russian formalist film theory Poetika Kinoedited by Boris Eikhenbaum in One scholar has commented that the cognitivist perspective is the central reason why neoformalism earns its prefix neo and is not “traditional” formalism.

April Learn how and when to remove this template message. Retrieved from ” https: His largest work to date remains The Classical Hollywood Cinema: Madison, WisconsinU. Notable film theorists who wrote their dissertations under his advisement include Edward Branigan, Murray Smith, and Carl Plantinga.

David Bordwell – Wikipedia

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Bordwell spent nearly the entirety of his career as a professor of film at the University of Wisconsin—Madisonwhere he is currently the Jacques Ledoux Professor of Film Studies, Emeritus in the Department of Communication Arts. However, his more influential and controversial works have dealt with cognitive film theory Narration in the Fiction Film being one of the first volumes on this subjecthistorical poetics of film style, and critiques of contemporary film theory and analysis Making Meaning and Post-Theory being his two major gestures on this subject.

Retrieved March 28, Bordwell and Carroll coined the term “S. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

El Arte Cinematografico / Film Art an Introduction by Bordwell, David; Thompson, Kristin

Reconstructing Film Studiesa polemic on the state of contemporary film theory. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful.

This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Bordwell lecturing on the economics of the film industry; his whiteboard diagram shows the oligopoly that existed in the US film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

Bordwell has also been associated with a methodological approach known as neoformalismalthough this approach has been more extensively written about by his wife, Kristin Thompson. Drawing inspiration from earlier film theorists such as Noel Burch as well as from art historian Ernst GombrichBordwell has contributed books and articles on classical film artee, the history of art cinema, classical and contemporary Hollywood cinema, and East Asian film style.


El Arte Cinematografico / Film Art an Introduction

Bordwell’s considerable influence within film studies has reached such a point that many of cinemafografico concepts are reported to “have become part of a theoretical canon in film criticism and film academia. This analysis includes how films guide our attention to salient narrative information, and how films partake in ‘ defamiliarization ‘, a formalist term for how art shows us familiar and formulaic objects and concepts in a manner that encourages us to experience them as if they were new entities.

He and Thompson maintain the blog “Observations on film art” for their recent ruminations on cinema. Neoformalists reject many assumptions and methodologies made by other schools of film study, particularly hermeneutic interpretive approaches, among which he counts Lacanian psychoanalysis and certain variations of poststructuralism.