Although the question of ‘film as philosophy’ has attracted much attention, most discussion has focused on narrative film with only occasional references to documentary. Thus, after Piacere has confessed his fear that Bellezza will be swayed by Truth’s images of transience, we are presented with a pipe-clutching Jacques Derrida who pontificates pompously about cinema, psychoanalysis and Freud, in an interview with Pascale Ogier in which the latter is a portrait of lip-trembling, breathy, wide-eyed adulation. Derrida was to play the scenes opposite the talented French actress Pascale Ogier. Pascale Ogier et le philosophe Jacques Derrida se rencontrent au café Le Select pour préparer le film Ghost Dance de Ken McMullen, 1983. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Ghost Dance. Had her death been discussed in the subtext of this scene? Five Works with Jacque Derrida, (1993-1996) 1871, (1990) Partition, (1987) Zina, (1985) Being and Doing, (1984) Ghost Dance, (1983) Resistance (1981) The Shaman's Arrow (1979. Even less attention has been given to the small number of non-fictional films that focus specifically on philosophers and their work. Mr. Derrida, who plays himself in an improvised sequence with Miss Ogier, observes, ''I think cinema, when it's not boring, is the art of letting ghosts come back.'' as Pascale. Region: Free. Download Citation | Vampires, Death Drives and Silent Film | In 1982, Derrida appeared in Ken McMullen’s film Ghost Dance as a philosopher interviewed by the actress Pascale Ogier about ghosts. Cite as, I suddenly saw Pascale’s face appear on the screen, and I knew it was the face of a dead woman. Not affiliated Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), i will devour (one last toast mix) (2017). Of course all this means that the film has, nearly thirty years on, itself become a ghostly artifact. He’s talking about ‪#‎PokémonGo‬ from 3:40 ;). A dialogue between Pascale Ogier and Jacques Derrida, in an excerpt from the film ‚Ghost Dance’, explores the connection between cinema and psychoanalysis. Stuart Brisley. this point. I had the overwhelming feeling of the return of her ghost, the ghost of her ghost, coming back to say to me, to me, here, now: ‘Now... now... now, that is, in this darkened room, on another continent, in another world, there, now, yes, believe me, I believe in ghosts.’1. Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers a stunning analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts memory and the past. Five Works with Jacque Derrida, (1993-1996) 1871, (1990) Partition, (1987) Zina, (1985) Being and Doing, (1984) Ghost Dance, (1983) Resistance (1981) The ... with Jacques Derrida and Pascale Ogier. Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers a analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts, memory and the past. Share Tweet. 'Years later in Texas', Derrida, watching the movie, found himself faced to the image of Pascale Ogier saying to him, on and from the screen, that she believes/ believed in ghosts. This film has also been compared with the following works: Celine and Julie Go Boating, Thelma & Louise, O … From Ghost Dance: Questions that may be more than questions. Share Tweet. Shortly after the film was made, the lead actor, Pascale Ogier, died suddenly. In 1982, Derrida appeared in Ken McMullen’s film Ghost Dance as a philosopher interviewed by the actress Pascale Ogier about ghosts. Ratings Info Contains strong language. ( Log Out /  2004. With Pascale Ogier, Leonie Mellinger, Robbie Coltrane, Dominique Pinon. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Tragically, Pascale Ogier was dead within a short time. He’s talking about ‪#‎PokémonGo‬ from 3:40 ;). Pascale Ogier’s subsequent death drew Derrida into recollection of looking into her eyes, at the request of the director, with her having instructed him in establishing what filmmakers call ‘the eyeline’, looking at her looking at him, and responding to his question by saying, ‘Yes, now I do, yes’. GHOST DANCE. by Robert Sinnerbrink. Jacques Derrida. In Echographies of Television, Derrida speaks of the experience of watching the film again after Ogier’s death, of seeing a woman who listens to him saying ‘the future belongs to ghosts’, who is now herself a ghost and thus has become the future of what Derrida said. He also says that 'memory is the past that has never had the form of the present.' Pe lângă aceste activități, el primește și un rol în filmul "Ghost Dance", alături de Pascale Ogier. “Here, now, yes, believe me, I believe in ghosts [crois-moi, je crois aux fantômes].”¹ So declares Jacques Derrida, recounting the words of another, words that were once pronounced to him by Pascale Ogier during the filming of the movieGhost Dance.² These words, repeated in a filmed interview with Bernard Stiegler, form part of a book entitledEchographies of Televisionpublished in 1996. In a later discussion Derrida describes how, two or three years after appearing in the film, he watched it with a group of students in the United States. This theory is explored in the film. Leonie Mellinger Pascale Ogier Robbie Coltrane Jacques Derrida Dominique Pinon Stuart Brisley. The film focuses on the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, who observes, 'I think cinema, when it's not boring, is the art of letting ghosts come back.' You don’t always say ‘yes’. Jacques Derrida is the film’s intellectual core, as the extract above also reveals. Heralded as "a small masterpiece" and "the very best of Rohmer" by The New York Times, it is the story of Louise (Pascale Ogier), a young interior designer bored with her life in the sleepy suburbs with her live-in boyfriend Remi, an architect by trade and a homebody by nature. Pe lângă aceste activități, el primește și un rol în filmul "Ghost Dance", alături de Pascale Ogier. She was replying to my question: ‘Do you believe in ghosts?’ As if she were looking straight into my eyes, she was still saying to me on the big screen: ‘Yes, now, yes.’ Which now? The 9/11 date was chosen because that was the date that the Turks were turned back at the Gates of Vienna. Director(s) Ken Mc Mullen Cast includes Pascale Ogier, Leonie Mellinger, Robbie Coltrane, Dominique Pinon, Stuart Brisly, Jaques Derrida, Iain Robertson, Georges Levantis, Archie Pool, Barbera Coles, Ken Mc Mullen, Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Pascale Ogier. 27/03/2019 Pascale Ogier par Marie Sorbier (I/O www.iogazette.fr) 07/01/2019 Pascale Oogier par Laura Tuillier (Les Cahiers du Cinéma) 21/12/2018 Pascale Ogier par Romain Charbon (Grazia) 17/11/2018 Pascale Ogier par Anne Diatkine (Libération) 01/11/2018 A la poursuite d'une étoile filante de Thomas E. Florin (Vanity Fair) Plot. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. Intr-o Algerie care depindea de Franța ocupata de naziști, și in care incepand din 1940 evreii erau excluși din invațamant și din justiție, Derrida este exmatriculat de la liceul Ben Aknoun. 0/10 (0 votes) Synopsis. Cast: Pascale Ogier, Leonie Mellinger, Jacques Derrida, Stuart Brisley, Robbie Coltrane, Dominique Pinon . Firstly, you’re asking a ghost whether he believes in ghosts. Download preview PDF. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Number of Discs: 1. Although the question of ‘film as philosophy’ has attracted much attention, most discussion has focused on narrative film with only occasional references to documentary. cast: Marianne: Leonie Mellinger Pascale: Pascale Ogier George: Robbie Coltrane himself: Jacques Derrida salesman/guide: Dominique Pinon action on water: Stuart Brisley American Professor: John Annette. Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers a stunning analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts memory and the past. Directed by Ken McMullen. As someone who has some historical awareness, I was in Vienna for the 500th anniversary celebration of the event back in 1983, when I was in my 20s. Derrida on the Line Sarah Jackson Abstract By offering us a voice that is both at a distance and inside one’s own head, ... Pascale Ogier’s white cordless phone is chewed up and spat out by a shopkeeper, 1But you don’t always pick up. In Ken McMullen’s nebulous musings on technology and the life of ideas, pushed along on hazy currents by Jacques Derrida’s commentary, topics such as class struggle, colonialism and anthropology all get folded into an unstable and mercurial mixture, bobbing about like jetsam. Aspect Ratio: Aspect Ratio 4:3. Derrida’s agreement to appear in the film was contingent upon the film exploring the nature of cinema itself … (playfully but nonetheless with deadly philosophical intent). This service is more advanced with JavaScript available, Haunted Subjects In Ken McMullen’s 1983 film Ghost Dance, Jacques Derrida, improvising the role of a professor, is asked by Pascale Ogier, improvising the role of a student, whether he believes in ghosts. jacques derrida & “the science of ghosts” (1983) Posted on July 18, 2016 by cherry bomb Jacques Derrida appearing as himself in Ken McMullen’s Ghost Dance, interviewed by Pascale Ogier in 1983. by Robert Sinnerbrink. The film focuses on the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, who observes, ‘I think cinema, when it’s not boring, is the art of letting ghosts come back.’ Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers an analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts, memory and the past. Any synopsis gives inevitably a very selective account of Ghost Dance. Synopsis Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers an analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts, memory and the past. To Pascale Ogier's question ‘Est-ce que vous croyez aux fantômes?’, in Ken McMullen's film Ghost Dance (1983), Derrida answers: ‘Est-ce qu'on demande à un fantôme s'il croit aux Jacques Derrida. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out /  Derrida outlines what the film is really about: ghosts as figures generated by processes of memory, mourning and death - and how the rise of technological images & mediation is leading to a proliferation of ghosts. In Ken McMullen’s 1983 film Ghost Dance, Jacques Derrida, improvising the role of a professor, is asked by Pascale Ogier, improvising the role of a student, whether he believes in ghosts.Derrida answers: That’s a difficult question. DVD GBP 19.79. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. BERGER John Berger in ‘Art, Poetry and Particle Physics’ Ken McMullen. 1983, GB, Looseyard for Channel 4 in collaboration with Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen. Ghost Dance. Opera filosofică sequence, Pascale Ogier’s white cordless phone is chewed up and spat out by a shopkeeper, 1But you don’t always pick up. https://fleurmach.com/2016/07/18/jacques-derrida-the-science-of-ghosts-1983 Leonie Mellinger Pascale Ogier Robbie Coltrane Jacques Derrida Dominique Pinon Stuart Brisley. Collaborations with Kantor and Cricot 2 Theatre, Poland 1974. În 1983 este creat "Colegiul internațional de filosofie", al cărui prim director este chiar Derrida. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! In Ken McMullen’s 1983 film Ghost Dance, Jacques Derrida, improvising the role of a professor, is asked by Pascale Ogier, improvising the role of a student, whether he believes in ghosts.Derrida answers: That’s a difficult question. Jacques Derrida appearing as himself in Ken McMullen’s Ghost Dance, interviewed by Pascale Ogier in 1983. În 1983 este creat "Colegiul internațional de filosofie", al cărui prim director este chiar Derrida. Cinéma Cinémas - Pascale Ogier - 1984 Par Pierre-André Boutang & Claude Ventura Miracle and Machine is a sort of "reader's guide" to Jacques Derrida's 1994-95 essay "faith and knowledge," his most important work on the nature of religion in general and on the unprecedented forms it is taking today through science and the media. Jacques Derrida appearing as himself in Ken McMullen’s Ghost Dance, interviewed by Pascale Ogier in 1983. Documentary about French philosopher (and author of deconstructionism) Jacques Derrida, who sparked fierce debate throughout American academia. He also says that 'memory is the past that has never had the form of the present.' Ken McMullen / Jacques Derrida Jacques Derrida interviewed by Pascale Ogier about the ‘Science of Ghosts’ in Ken McMullen ‘s film ‘Ghost Dance’ (1983) By dd | Posted in Composition | Also tagged dance , deconstruction , film , ghost , I want to believe , jacques derrida , ken mcmullen , memory , pascale ogier , philosophy , science of ghosts , spectre , telephone | Comments (0) In Ghost Dance Derrida is interviewed in his office by a student (played by Pascale Ogier, who died shortly after the film was completed). Pascale Marguerite Cécile Claude Colette Nicolas (26 October 1958 – 25 October 1984), better known as Pascale Ogier, was a French actress. Even less attention has been given to the small number of non-fictional films that focus specifically on philosophers and their work. In a later discussion Derrida describes how, two or three years after appearing in the film, he watched it with a group of students in the United States. (played by Pascale Ogier, who died shortly after the film was completed). Get help as a new filmmaker and find out about NETWORK Mr. Derrida, who plays himself in an improvised sequence with Miss Ogier, observes, ''I think cinema, when it's not boring, is the art of letting ghosts come back.'' A decedat în 2004 la Paris. Discover how BFI NETWORK is supporting new and emerging filmmakers; I want to… See projects backed by the BFI. The film focuses on philosopher Jacques Derrida who considers ghosts to be the memory of something which has never been present. Opera filosofică 1983, GB, Looseyard for Channel … Highlight. Discover how BFI NETWORK is supporting new and emerging filmmakers; I want to… See projects backed by the BFI. Unable to display preview. Approved Running time 94m 55s . Leonie Mellinger. Pascale Ogier’s subsequent death drew Derrida into recollection of looking into her eyes, at the request of the director, with her having instructed him in establishing what filmmakers call ‘the eyeline’, looking at her looking at him, and responding to his question by saying, ‘Yes, now I do, yes’. as Marianne. In 1982, Derrida appeared in Ken McMullen’s film Ghost Dance as a philosopher interviewed by the actress Pascale Ogier about ghosts. 27/03/2019 Pascale Ogier par Marie Sorbier (I/O www.iogazette.fr) 07/01/2019 Pascale Oogier par Laura Tuillier (Les Cahiers du Cinéma) 21/12/2018 Pascale Ogier par Romain Charbon (Grazia) 17/11/2018 Pascale Ogier par Anne Diatkine (Libération) 01/11/2018 A la poursuite d'une étoile filante de Thomas E. Florin (Vanity Fair) Much has been written about this sequence which became a seminal text. A decedat în 2004 la Paris. ( Log Out /  She asks him, whether he believes in ghosts, and he explains that this is a somewhat difficult question because, right here, right now, she is speaking to a ghost (in the sense outlined above, namely Derrida’s filmic presence relying on his physical absence). With Pascale Ogier, Leonie Mellinger, Robbie Coltrane, Dominique Pinon. Years afterwards in Texas. Not logged in Had her death been discussed in the subtext of this scene? Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. She asks him, whether he believes in ghosts, and he explains that this is a somewhat difficult question because, right here, right now, she is speaking to a ghost (in the The film focuses on the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, who observes, 'I think cinema, when it's not boring, ... Pascale Ogier. Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers an analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts, memory and the past. Ogier tragically died just after the film was completed. Scenes only faintly connected by common motifs try to illustrate … Leonie Mellinger. Firstly, you’re asking a ghost whether he believes in ghosts. Change ), Check out a random post from the Fleurmach archive. In the midst of your repeated calls to your beloved in The Post Card, you describe receiving a call from someone claiming to be Martin Heidegger – a call you refuse to answer. Pascale Ogier’s subsequent death drew Derrida into recollection of looking into her eyes, at the request of the director, with her having instructed him in establishing what filmmakers call ‘the eyeline’, looking at her looking at him, and responding to his question by saying, ‘Yes, now I do, yes’. Pascale: Pascale Ogier George: Robbie Coltrane himself: Jacques Derrida salesman/guide: Dominique Pinon action on water: Stuart Brisley American Professor: John Annette . pp 20-42 | Part of Springer Nature. Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers a stunning analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts memory and the past. Directed by Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering. By this time, Pascale Ogier … Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. £19.79 ( ) Sold Out Move to Wishlist Save to Wishlist Log in/sign up to use Wishlists! Main Language: English, French . 132.148.155.205, In 1982, Derrida appeared in Ken McMullen’s film. In many ways, Full Moon in Paris is a portrait of Pascale Ogier’s moment, and of her personality and taste. Get help as a new filmmaker and find out about NETWORK Subtitle Languages: French, Spanish. Release date 15/01/2006 . Find movie and film cast and crew information for Ghost Dance (1983) - Peter Bufa, Ken McMullen on AllMovie The film focuses on the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, who observes, 'I think cinema, when it's not boring, is the art of letting ghosts come back.' Filosof francez, Jacques Derrida s-a nascut in 1930 la El-Biar, in Algeria, unde face școala primara și liceul. Jacques Derrida. She won the Volpi Cup, and posthumously received a César Award nomination for her role in the 1984 film, Full … Through the experiences of two women in Paris and London, Ghost Dance offers an analysis of the complexity of our conceptions of ghosts, memory and the past. Dominique Pinon. This is a preview of subscription content, Palgrave Literature & Performing Arts Collection, Literature, Cultural and Media Studies (R0). Stories (1977) Being and Doing (1975-80) With Performance Artist Stuart Brisley. Heralded as "a small masterpiece" and "the very best of Rohmer" by The New York Times, it is the story of Louise (Pascale Ogier), a young interior designer bored with her life in the sleepy suburbs with her live-in boyfriend Remi, an architect by trade and a homebody by nature. 33 Except maybe our belief in death, that is to say a form of certainty, not a delusion (Lacan). Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips. Highlight. You don’t always say ‘yes’. With Jacques Derrida, Marguerite Derrida, René Major, Chantal Major. Directed by Ken McMullen. Type of media Video. Jacques Derrida was discussing this as early as 1983, notably in a now seminal dialogue with Pascale Ogier (who would pass away one day before her twenty-six birthday in 1984) in Ken McMullen’s Ghost Dance, in which Derrida appears as himself, and where he pronounced this famous definition of cinema as being ‘the art of ghosts’, to which Derrida adds ‘and here the ghost is me’.