Timo, I can't thank you enough! This is useful, and you've gone to some trouble
here. I appreciate it. I also don't know La merveilleuse vie de Jeanne D'Arc.
Anybody here seen it?
> Articles on PASSION DE JEANNE D'ARC, LA (FR, Carl Th. Dreyer, 1928)
> Wide Angle Vol III nr 3 (1980); p 34-41
> AU: Linderman, D.
> TI: Uncoded images and the heterogeneous text.
> AB: D.L. analyzes the film and the importance of certain shots.
> Moving Image, The Vol I nr 1 (Spring 2001); p 94-107
> AU: Kinsey, Tammy
> TI: The mysterious history and restoration of Dreyer's 'The passion of
> Joan of Arc.' AB: Production and version history of the film and discussion of
> its 1999 digital restoration.
> Literature/Film Quarterly Vol XXXII nr 3 (2004); p 181-185
> AU: Scalia, Bill
> TI: Contrasting visions of a saint: Carl Dreyer's The passion of Joan of
> Arc and Luc Besson's The messenger. AB: Uses the writings of Ralph Waldo
> Emerson and Andre Bazin to define cinema's spiritual potentialities.
> Demonstrates how form and content are complementary in two films about Joan of
> Literature/Film Quarterly Vol III nr 4 (Autumn 1975); p 292-298
> AU: Van Ness, W.
> TI: Joseph Delteil: The passion of Joan of Arc.
> AB: A description and comparison of J.D.'s novel, his continuity, and Carl
> Dreyer's final screenplay.
> CinémAction nr 105 (Sept 2002); p 19-30
> AU: Puaux, Françoise
> TI: Les procès de Jeanne d'Arc: de Dreyer à Bresson.
> AB: Compares the trial of Joan of Arc in the films by Dreyer and Bresson.
> Incl. a filmography of Joan of Arc films.
> Cinema Journal Vol XXXV nr 4 (Summer 1996); p 3-30
> AU: O'Brien, Charles
> TI: Rethinking national cinema: Dreyer's La passion de Jeanne d'Arc and
> the academic aesthetic. AB: On the tendency of film historians to place
> stylistic experiments of early cinema in opposition to Hollywood practice;
> recalls claims for a 'national' aesthetic regarding Dreyer's "La passion de
> Jeanne d'Arc" and the treatment of a competing production "La merveilleuse vie
> de Jeanne d'Arc".
> Camera Obscura Vol XVIII nr 53 (2003); p 56-91
> AU: Desilets, Sean
> TI: The rhetoric of passion.
> AB: Discusses Dreyer's "La passion de Jeanne d'Arc" by employing a
> rhetorical view of allegory as opposed to the hermeneutic view of allegory
> offered by film critic David Bordwell.
> Avant-Scène Cinéma nr 367-368 (Jan-Feb 1988); p 2-179
> La passion de Jeanne d'Arc.
> AB: Incl. complete script for the film, interview/bio-filmography for
> director Carl Th. Dreyer, interview with assistant director Ralph Holm,
> articles on the various film versions of the Joan of Arc legend, and actress
> Terveisin / Best regards,
> Timo Matoniemi
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