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Caught on camera : film in the courtroom from the Nuremberg trials to the trials of the Khmer Rouge / Christian Delage ; edited and translated by Ralph Schoolcraft and Mary Byrd Kelly.

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    Uniform Title
    Vérité par l'image. English
    Series
    Critical authors and issues series,
    Critical authors & issues.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Delage, Christian, author.
    Published
    Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2014]
    ©2014
    Contents
    The filmmaker, the judge, and the evidence
    The camera : an impartial witness of social relations?
    Learning to read enemy films
    Face to face with Nazi atrocities
    "Establishing incredible events by means of credible evidence"
    Getting film into the courtroom
    Catching the enemy with its own pictures
    The un-United Nations and the ideal of a universal justice
    Documentary archives and fictional film narratives
    Trials of the present or the past?
    Hearings on film, film in hearings
    The face of history
    The spectator's place
    Court settings and movie stagings : from Nuremberg to the Khmer Rouge trial.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Kelly, Mary Byrd, translator, editor.
    Schoolcraft, Ralph W., translator, editor.
    Notes
    "This American translation of La Vérité par l'image : de Nuremberg au procès Milosevic (Paris : Éditions Denoël, 2006) has been entirely revised by the author. In addition, Chapter 14 has been added to the volume and the bibliographical materials have been updated."--Editor's note.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The filmmaker, the judge, and the evidence -- The camera : an impartial witness of social relations? -- Learning to read enemy films -- Face to face with Nazi atrocities -- "Establishing incredible events by means of credible evidence" -- Getting film into the courtroom -- Catching the enemy with its own pictures -- The un-United Nations and the ideal of a universal justice -- Documentary archives and fictional film narratives -- Trials of the present or the past? -- Hearings on film, film in hearings -- The face of history -- The spectator's place -- Court settings and movie stagings : from Nuremberg to the Khmer Rouge trial.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780812245561
    0812245563 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
    Physical Description
    vi, 315 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.

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