The Power of Political, Militant, ‘Leftist’ Cinema. Interview with Jacques Rancière

  By Javier Bassa Vila Jacques Rancière’s thought is undisciplined, at least in two different but interlinked senses. On the one hand, in the 1970s Rancière suggested a reading of Marxism that broke with the dominant interpretations of the time, specially with the scientifist Marxism imposed by Althusser (see La leçon d’Althusser, originally published in 1976 and re-published in 2012 by La Fabrique – and due to come out soon in Spanish). On the other hand, the broad interest that his thought has triggered at an international level seems to be also the consequence of another in-discipline: his reflections are…

COLOSSAL YOUTH / JUVENTUDE EM MARCHA

  Stop the faking (Vanda Duarte) Fuck this mountain … I rembered what Mr Lubitsch said, that the day you find out how to shoot a mountain, you will shoot a man. Uh-oh. I will never shoot a mountain. (Pedro Costa)   Erst schwarz und dann weiß ein Messer wie eine Fackel im Dunklen woran sich das Licht entzündet dann wieder schwarz für einen Augenblick Spinnen unter der Decke Schatten unter Schatten unsichtbar wie der Wechsel von Hell Dunkel Chiaroscuro im Stile Rembrandts Texturen grau-grüner Schlieren Maserungen käferfarbener Mauerflecke einer heruntergekommenen Wohnung Phantasie und Begeisterung der Bewohner im Erkennen von…