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Moments de résistance et de frustration audiovisuelle dans les actualités cinématographiques grecques, lors de la dictature des colonels (1967-1974)

Abstract : The audiovisual presentation of the Greek military junta (1967-1974) runs through the images and sounds of the newsreels of the time. These short films, rarely longer than 15 minutes, constantly recycle the same motifs: military and religious events, “political” (sic) speeches, fashion shows, football, “artistic” (sic) exhibitions. In this immutable and atemporal audiovisual universe, historical instances of resistance are shoved to the margins so as not to disrupt the order of the state. However, there are moments when the event leaves a trace on the screen, testifying to a surprising audiovisual frustration. To borrow the vocabulary of Foucault and Ranciere, it is these moments, when newsreels become monuments “which carry memory due to the mere fact that they cared about nothing but their present”, that will be studied in this article.
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Athanassios Vassiliou. Moments de résistance et de frustration audiovisuelle dans les actualités cinématographiques grecques, lors de la dictature des colonels (1967-1974). Savoirs en Prisme, Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche sur les langues et la pensée (CIRLEP), 2018, 9. ⟨hal-02553933⟩

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