The artistic avant-gardes of the 20th century and its theoretical contribution in the exhibitionist definition of Film’s nature
AbstractAlthough the artistic avant-gardes of the beginning of the 20th century are a heterogeneous group, they all coincide in a common ideal: contravening the status of art of the bourgeois society. Displacing the individual from the centre of the creative process and the appearance of a new system of representation based in a multiple perspective will attract different groundbreaking approaches such as Cubism, Futurism or Dadaism to Film. This paper aims at highlighting the contributions of the emerging avant-garde movements during the first decades of the 20th century to the forge of theoretical concepts that provided films with a discursive status based on forms and structures that we call exhibitionist, as opposed to classic film, which was meant to follow the steps of 19th-Century literature in its narrative mission
Author BiographyPedro Sangro Colón, Pontificia Universidad de Salamanca
Profesor catedrático de Lenguaje y Narrativa Audiovisual en la Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca y
director del Máster de Guion de Ficción para Cine y Televisión.
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