Episodic (1995-?): Transdisciplinary edition associating theoretical and creative, including external projects and projects specific to the medium
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Editing, graphic design and coordination: Denis Chevalier with the collaboration of Guy Chevalier
13.8 x 18 cm (softcover) - 148 pages (color cover, b & w)
N ° dedicated to the relationship to the character / human figure (cinema, media ...)
Participations and subjects: Grore Images; Vincent Epplay & Pierre Giner; interview / Jean-Louis Comolli; interview / Denis Lévy; Walter Brennan, Steve Franken ... (Denis Chevalier); Burlesques, W. C. Fields ... (Emmanuel Dreux); Taylor Mead, Jack Smith ... (Yann Beauvais); Family film (Vincent Lefort); interview / Jean-Claude Moineau; Roman-photo-revised; From the model (Guy Chevalier); Brut Products interview / Francis Kuntz; JT character; e-character; Misa Ishibashi; Test (Laura Keller); Service Meeting (reclaiming the magazine as an effective extension of their catalog) ...
"(...) Sex on the screen helps to better formulate the fundamental question of the character. Entitled Character-spectator, number 7 of the Episodic review offers a set of very useful reflections on this theme. We can read in particular an interview with the filmmaker and theorist Jean-Louis Comolli, who develops the idea of the pre-eminence of physical presence over the narrative function in the constitution of the cinema character. "
Jean-Michel Frodon, Le Monde, 07.04.2001.
Episodic (1995-?): Transdisciplinary edition associating theoretical and creative, including external projects and projects specific to the medium. Report and basis of inventions. Extensions on various media possible.
Since issue 4.5, each issue is built around a problem (or an editing principle) by associating a plurality of means and fields, by advancing pragmatic options. The cinema - and its derivatives - remains an important spring of this project, as of all of our editions elsewhere.
Episodic (today “series” and no longer “magazine”) can be considered as a platform from which different editorial ideas (and others) have developed, and will be able to continue research work, by bringing together different skills.