May 5, 2010

Monsieur Deleuze: L'Abécédaire (1996)

The eight-hour series of interviews between Gilles Deleuze and Claire Parnet, filmed by Pierre-André Boutang in 1988-1989. The individual episodes are "A comme Animal," "B comme Boisson," "C comme Culture," "D comme Désir," "E comme Enfance," "F comme Fidélité," "G comme Gauche," "H comme Histoire de la philosophie", "I comme Idée, "J comme Joie", "K comme Kant", "L comme Literature,"M comme Maladie,"N comme Neurologie", "O comme Opéra", "P comme Professeur", "Q comme question," "R comme Résistance", "S comme Style","T comme Tennis","U comme Un", "V comme Voyage", "W comme Wittgenstein, "X & Y comme inconnues," "Z comme Zigzag"   PART II

1 comment:

the saucer people said...

As a long time reader of Deleuze & Guattari, it is astonishing how few English subtitled interviews are in circulation. Given the fact that most of their work has English translations and given the fact there are whole departments in America and the UK devoted to all things Deleuze, you would think there would be whole teams of under and post-graduates devoted to their translation.

Eight hours of interviews! I wish I had paid more attention in my French class at school!

If anyone does come across any English subtitled videos of D&G, Baudrillard, Virilio, Foucault et al,could they leave a comment here!