Films byTexts by Ive Verdoodt

Ive Verdoodt (1971) is a Belgian researcher at Ghent University and a teacher in adult education. His research focuses on film education and visual representations of education. In his doctoral dissertation, Pygmalion in beeld/Screening Pygmalion (2004), he explored the representation of the literacy myth in popular movies. His articles were published in European Journal of Cultural Studies, Journal of Curriculum Studies, Teaching and Teacher Education, Rekto:Verso – Tijdschrift voor cultuur en kritiek and Filmmagie. Together with Tim Deschaumes he is currently working on Café Lumière, a website with short reflections on treasures from the history of cinema.

prisma NL
28.11.2018

In The Act of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes (1971) legt Stan Brakhage autopsieën vast als een parade van de doden.

prisma NL
3.05.2017

Eisenfresser (2007) van Shaheen Dill-Riaz dankt zijn visuele spankracht aan de ongenadige botsing tussen ijzer en vlees. De film beklemtoont zowel de fragiliteit van de mens als de onverschilligheid van levenloze materie.