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Public Talk : NOT Hollywood 不是荷李活

在荷李活洪流下, 法國電影如何 保持獨立性?

-- 從法國新浪潮的《斷了氣》《四百擊》; 宿命基調的 《紅》 《白》《藍》三部曲; 到輕鬆 小品的《天使愛美麗》; 魂牽歷史的 《隔世心鎖》。

In spite of the fact that Hollywood dominates the global markets, France has occupied a unique position in film history and culture over the years. Mr. Jean Francois Rauger, the Programme Director of the Cinematheque Francaise, will discuss this topic with our moderator, Mr. Herman Yau, and our audience with reference to some famous films from La Nouvelle Vague (The NEW wAvE) to the present. The selected films include :

The 400 blows (1959)
Breathless (1960)
Three Colors: Blue (1993), Red (1994) and White (1994)
Amélie (2001)
Sarah’s Key (2010)

Moderator: Mr. Herman Yau (HK Film Director, PhD student & MCS graduate of the Department of Cultural Studies, LU)
Speaker: Mr. Jean-Francois Rauger (France / Programme Director of the Cinematheque Francaise & Film Critic)
Date: 12 April 2012 (Thursday)
Time: 11:00am to 12:30pm
Venue: GEG01 (B. Y. Lam Building, Lingnan University)
Medium of Instruction: English
ILP: 1.5 Units (Aesthetic Development)

主持: 邱禮濤 (香港電影導演、嶺 大文化研究系博士研究生及文化研究碩士課程畢業生)
講者: Mr. Jean-Francois Rauger (法國電影資料館總 監及電影評論家)

The First MCS-HKIPPS Event
Background: Starting from February 2012, the Master of Cultural Studies Progamme becomes an official partner of Jockey Club Cine Academy (JCCA). JCCA is a 3-year film education programme presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS) and funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, with the aim to foster film literacy among the youth in Hong Kong. For details, please visit The first MCS-HKIFFS event will be a lecture by Mr. Jean-Francois Rauger, the Programme Director of Cinematheque Francaise, with Mr. Herman Yau as the moderator on 12 April 2012 at Lingnan University.

Mr. Jean-Francois Rauger
Born 1959 in Stasbourg, Francois studied political science at university and was responsible for research at the National Centre of Cinematography (CNC) from 1984 to 1988. He entered the Cinematheque Francaise in 1992 and has been serving as the Programme Director. He taught at the University of Paris III from 1989 to 1993 and wrote reviews for the magazine, "La Revue du cinema Image et Son" from 1986 until 1992. He also wrote some articles for "Cahiers du cinema" from 1992 to 1995 and has been a regular author for the paper, "Le Monde", since 1995.

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