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Hollywood revisité : Marcel Achard et le cinéma américain au cours de la première moitié des années trente

Abstract : During the first half of the 1930s, Marcel Achard got the chance to discover the American production system on several occasions, in Hollywood or in the Paramount French studios. Many of his articles, conferences, plays or scripts were influenced by this fundamental experience. In this article, we will focus on the first examples from this Hollywoodian inspiration, in order to question their hybridity or their gaps : firstly, some of the conferences offered to the French audience ; then, Une étoile disparaît / A Star Disappears (1932), a film that borrows some aspects from Hollywood (production, fictional character of the star, stereotypes), despite it is placed in a French context.
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Nicolas Boscher. Hollywood revisité : Marcel Achard et le cinéma américain au cours de la première moitié des années trente. Déméter, Centre d’Etude des Arts Contemporains, Université Lille 3, 2020, Fantasmes du cinéma américain en France, [18 p.]. ⟨hal-02948727⟩

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