Harun Farocki: Por uma politizacão do olhar

Catálogo da retrospectiva na Cinemateca Brasileira e Cinusp Paulo Emílio de 17 de setembro a three de outubro de 2010 com ensaios sobre o cinema de Farocki, escritos por autores como Thomas Elsaesser, Christa Bluminger e Raymond Bellour.

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Like Kurt Vonnegut, another writer with extraordinary Second World War experience, Ballard was largely uninterested in the history and culture of sf. While Ballard influenced many mainstream writers, from Martin Amis to Will Self, his genre influence tended to be on those, like William Gibson, who want to push at and beyond its boundaries. Instead, sf provided Ballard with the devices and tropes to develop a haunting and evocative imaginary of our postcatastrophic world. All too often, the world feels like it is becoming ever more Ballardian.

B. Tauris. ——(2006) “Was Captain Black Really Red? the tv science fiction of Gerry Anderson in its cold war context,” Media History, 12(2): 193–207. NICHOLAS J. CULL ISAAC ASIMOV [BORN ISAAK JUDAH OZIMOV] (1920–92) US sf and science writer. Born in Russia, Isaac Asimov emigrated with his parents to New York City in 1923, where – apart from two decades in Boston – he spent nearly all the rest of his life. Asimov wrote at a furious pace that made him one of the most prolific authors of his time. He himself 7 ISAAC ASIMOV (1920–92) counted almost 500 volumes in his oeuvre, though bibliographic research has demonstrated that the number of actually distinct books he produced is much closer to 200 (still a stupendous figure, of course).

Banks is not the only contemporary British sf writer to explore space opera from a leftist position. Colin Greenland won popular and 20 IAIN M. BANKS (1954–) critical acclaim with the self-reflexive romp of Take back Plenty (1990) and the ironic steampunk of Harm’s Way (1993), both of which feature female protagonists. Banks’s friend Ken MacLeod produced the Fall Revolution quartet (1995–99), which featured Trotskyist and libertarian characters and politics, and the Engines of Light trilogy (2000– 2002).

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