INDEX
Absurd nominalism.
See
Minimal-
ism(ist): and absurd nominalism
Adams, Parvcen, 16
Adorno, Theodor, 211
Adynata,
100
Aesthetics ofhclerogcneity, 11, 56,
103-4,105-8,133,137; via juxtapo-
sition, 57, 64, 103, 106-8, 185; via
juxtaposition and allusion, 169.
See
also
Anti-illusionism; Brecht, Ber-
tolt; Godard, Jean-Luc; Rainer,
Yvonne
Aesthetics of homogeneity, 11, 39, 56,
57-58,59,63,67,75,80,87-88,92,
94-95,104,118,126,133,172,175,
225 n.36, 228 n.7
Ahwesh, Peggy, 108, 212
A-individual, 18, 121, 126
Akhmatova, Anna, 200
Alice
in
the Cities,
162
Alienation: Brechtian, 54, 58, 153, 154;
cinematic effect of. 40, 69,124,145-
46,163; postwar, 26-27, 33-34, 132-
37; women's, 241 n.55
Allegory, 22, 107-8, 137-38, 144, 205
Allen, Robert, 185
Alphaville,
20, 35. 57, 84
Andrews. Bruce, 107
Animism, 89-92, 98
Annales
school, 9, 12-15, 24
Ann-Margret, 191
Anthology Film Archives, 3,48
Anti-anthropomorphism, 70, 132
Anti-essentialism(ist), 61, 110,124,144
Anti-illusionism(ist), 5, 8,11,43.54-
55,58-59,61,68,83,138,188,210.
See also
Aesthetics ofheterognneity;
Brecht, Bertolt; Godard, Jean-Luc;
Rainer, Yvonne
Antinaturalism, 11, 47, 48, 54, 56-58,
100,103,106,120,146,172,189,
193,210
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 24
Aragon, Louis, 25
Arestrup, Niels.
120
Arthur, Paul, 107-8
Aubenas-Bastie, Jacqueline, 140
Au hasard Balthasar, 155
Automatism, 56, 64, 73, 92. 97. 146
Automaton, 56, 64, 88, 90-91, 97-98
Autonomy, 90, 92, 95
Avant-garde film.
See
Experimental! art
film
Ayfre, Amedee, 28-29
Back and Forth,
53, 82
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 105.
See also
Dialog-
ism
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