some times ago I have mentioned a project in Japan developed by Japanese
scholar Junji Hori from the University of Tokyo described on this
website about a conference at Tate Modern in London in April 2001:
(at the bottom).
This DVD containing an interactive version of "Histoire(s) du Cinema"
seems to have been already published according to this site (???)
(I am not able to read in japanese and there are no fonts in latin
The title might be "Faire une description precise" (no entry in
If you click on the picture you will see the box with 4 DVD.
Here is a sample page:
I have contacted the publisher if texts or subtitles in english are
included. We'll see.
With kind regards
Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin
Milos Stehlik schrieb:
> A correction - HISTOIRE DU CINEMA has come out on video, but only in France.
> It is available as a 4 volume video set, in French with NO subtitles, in
> PAL. You can order it from Facets.
> It is also unlikely that this will ever see the light in a US version,
> because of the enormous problem of clearing the rights to all of the clips
> that Godard used.
> Milos Stehlik
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> On Behalf Of Gary Handman
> Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 5:09 PM
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> Subject: Re: Histoire(s) du cinema
> Histoire has never come out on video...just audio (CD)
> At 02:40 PM 11/1/2002 -0800, you wrote:
> >A professor here has requested the purchase of this series of
> >videotapes. From what I've found so far, it looks like they are out of
> >print. Does anyone know that they are available any where? Thanks in
> >Patricia Turnage
> >Media Acquisitions
> >The University of Montana
> >Mansfield Library
> >32 Campus Drive #9936
> >Missoula, MT 59812-9936
> >(406) 243-2860
> >Que he hecho yo para merecer esto?
> Gary Handman
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