Deleuze Cinema

All the films mentioned by Gilles Deleuze in Cinema 1: The Movement Image and Cinema 2: The Time-Image because someone had to do it. From the back cover of the former:

First published in France in 1983, this is at once a revolutionary work in philosophy and a book about cinema. For Deleuze, philosophy cannot be a reflection of something else; philosophical concepts are, rather, the images of thought, to be understood on their own terms. Here he puts this view of philosophy to work in understanding the concepts—or images—of film.

Cinema, to Deleuze, is not a language that requires probing and interpretation, a search for hidden meanings; it can be understood directly, as a composition of images and signs,…

  • 12 Angry Men
  • Two English Girls
  • 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her
  • Two Rode Together
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Ugetsu
  • Umberto D.
  • Love in the City
  • Under the Roofs of Paris
  • Undercurrent
  • The Unholy Three
  • The Unknown
  • Not Reconciled
  • Vampyr
  • Van Gogh
  • Variety
  • Baxter, Vera Baxter
  • Vertigo
  • Violette Nozière
  • Viridiana
  • Les Visiteurs du soir
  • Vivre Sa Vie
  • Wagon Master
  • Warning Shadows
  • Wavelength
  • The Wedding March
  • A Wedding
  • Weekend
  • What Did the Lady Forget?
  • White Dog
  • Le Notti Bianche
  • The White Sheik
  • White Zombie
  • Who's Minding the Store?
  • The Whole Town's Talking
  • Alexandria… Why?
  • The Wild Bunch
  • Winchester '73
  • Wind Across the Everglades
  • The Wind
  • Women in Love
  • A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
  • Woman of Tokyo
  • A Woman Under the Influence
  • Woyzeck
  • The Wrong Man
  • The Magnificent Concubine
  • Yol
  • Yolanda and the Thief
  • Zabriskie Point
  • Zvenigora