Table of contents for Cinema : the archeology of film and the memory of a century / Jean-Luc Godard & Youssef Ishaghpour ; translated by John Howe.

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Foreword	vii
Acknowledgments	xv
Part I Interview
1	Cinema	3
2	Constellation and Classification	7
3	Angle and Montage	15
4	The Urgency of the Present/The 
	Redemption of the Past	19
5	History and Re-memorization	23
6	How Video Made the History of 
	Cinema Possible	31
7	Only Cinema can Narrate its own 
	History: Quotation and Montage	41
8	Histoire(s) du cinéma: Films and Books	45
9	History and Archeology	53
10The History of Love, of the Eye, and 
	of the Gaze	59
11	Hitchcock and the Power of Cinema	63
12	The Loss of the Magic of Cinema and 
	the Nouvelle Vague	67
13	Before and After Auschwitz	73
14	What can Cinema Do?	81
15	Only Cinema Narrates Large-scale 
	History by Narrating its own History	87
16	In Cinema as in Christianity: Image 
	and Resurrection	97
17	Image and Montage	105
18	Towards the Stars	111
Part IIJean-Luc Godard, Cinéaste of Modern 
Life: The Poetic in the Historical

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures.