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Cinema – Fictions
 
2011
English edition
A comedic and poetic tell about a man back from the dead to haunt humans. The posthumous novel of Raoul Ruiz, achieved shortly before his own death.

2008
English edition
Both a prelude and a continuation to Raoul Ruiz's film, Treasure Island, made in 1984, this text presents itself as the follow up, or rather, a pursuit of Stevenson's novel. A formidable example of the way Ruiz parodies the text and plunges the story inside the story, before losing the reader in a labyrinth of strange images.

2008
French edition
Both a prelude and a continuation to Raoul Ruiz's film, Treasure Island, made in 1984, this text presents itself as the follow up, or rather, a pursuit of Stevenson's novel. A formidable example of the way Ruiz parodies the text and plunges the story inside the story, before losing the reader in a labyrinth of strange images.

2006
English edition
Following his research in Poetics of cinema, 1 on new narrative models as tools for apprehending a fast-shifting world, Raoul Ruiz with Poetics of cinema 2 makes an appeal for an entirely new way of filming, writing, and of conceiving the image.

2006
French edition
Following his research in Poetics of cinema, 1 on new narrative models as tools for apprehending a fast-shifting world, Raoul Ruiz with Poetics of cinema 2 makes an appeal for an entirely new way of filming, writing, and of conceiving the image.

2002
English edition
An illustrated novel about the spoliation of property by the Nazi regime, working as an extension of the film trilogy The Tulse Luper Suitcases.

2002
French edition
An illustrated novel about the spoliation of property by the Nazi regime, working as an extension of the film trilogy The Tulse Luper Suitcases.

2001
English edition
The corpse of a girl child found in the countryside shakes the dreary existence of a candid investigator. An illustrated book behind the film of the same name by Bruno Dumont.

2001
English edition
Life of Jesus is the chronicle of a confused French youth. The novel was used as the basis for the eponymous film by Bruno Dumont.

2001
French edition
Life of Jesus is the chronicle of a confused French youth. The novel was used as the basis for the eponymous film by Bruno Dumont.

1998
English edition
The first original screenplay for The Strange Case of Angelica, a long term project started in the fifties and left unfinished until 2010.

1998
bilingual edition (English / French)
As a footnote to the film Drowning By Numbers, and with intelligence, humour and causticity, Peter Greenaway has undertaken to comment in 100 chapters on the story, the sub-plots, the creation and the possible continuations of his film.

1998
French edition
The first original screenplay for The Strange Case of Angelica, a long term project started in the fifties and left unfinished until 2010.

1995
French edition
A cultural vision of Lisbon, which also illuminates the work and personal obsessions of Manoel de Oliveira.

1995
English edition
First collection of essays on cinema by the French-Chilean filmmaker.

1995
French edition
First collection of essays on cinema by the French-Chilean filmmaker.

1993
English edition
A commission examines a sample of 92 persons subject to an enigmatic obsession with birdwatching and flying: a fictional investigation playing with the codes of documentary journalism which served as a script for Greenaway's film The Falls.

1993
French edition
A commission examines a sample of 92 persons subject to an enigmatic obsession with birdwatching and flying: a fictional investigation playing with the codes of documentary journalism which served as a script for Greenaway's film The Falls.

1993
English edition
The libretto to the opera Rosa, with music by the Dutch composer Louis Andriessen.

1993
French edition
The libretto to the opera Rosa, with music by the Dutch composer Louis Andriessen.

1990
English edition
A correspondence between a Moor and a Christian in 1666 at the time of false prophets and multiple conversions. Somewhere between official speeches and secret dealings, an allegory of contemporary colonialism...

1990
French edition
A correspondence between a Moor and a Christian in 1666 at the time of false prophets and multiple conversions. Somewhere between official speeches and secret dealings, an allegory of contemporary colonialism...

1989
French edition
out of print
Inspired by a short story by Alvaro de Carvalhal, a Portuguese writer who died in 1861 at the age of 23, and who was the author of unusual tales which were published posthumously, this libretto, written by Oliveira, is a complete transcription of his filmed opera The Cannibals.