By Sylvain Dreyer
Dans los angeles France des années 60 et 70, des écrivains et des cinéastes comme Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Genet, Jean-Luc Godard ou Chris Marker s’engagent en faveur des luttes tiers-mondistes. Après l’engouement des intellectuels pour l’URSS au début du siècle et les luttes de décolonisation, l. a. révolution cubaine, los angeles résistance vietnamienne et le mouvement palestinien symbolisent désormais l’espoir d’un socialisme à visage humain.
Cette floraison de témoignages – articles, essais, pièces de théâtre, motion pictures de fiction et motion pictures militants – permet l’émergence d’une nouvelle forme d’engagement artistique : un engagement critique qui n’exclut ni los angeles lucidité idéologique ni los angeles sensibilité esthétique.
À travers une rhétorique comparée de l. a. littérature et du cinéma engagés, cet essai suggest une exploration d’œuvres parfois méconnues d’artistes pourtant majeurs, qui s’interrogent sur les stipulations d’une authentique politisation de l’art.
Sylvain Dreyer est maître de conférences à l’Université de Pau. Spécialiste du témoignage et des formes documentaires, il a publié de nombreux articles sur l. a. littérature et le cinéma français, russes et latino-américains du XXe siècle.
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