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Documentaires sur un Monde qui change, vos armes de destruction massives contre l'ignorance! Documentary about a World That change, your weapons of mass destruction against ignorance! Open your Minds ! check thumbnail history "view more"
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Propaganda Engineering Consent (ARTE FRANCE SUB) with Noam Chomsky How to influence crowds? Through the figure of Edward Bernays (1891-1995), one of the inventors of marketing and the author of "Propaganda", a fascinating decoding of the methods of the "factory of consent". If the techniques of persuasion of the masses appeared in Europe in the late nineteenth century to fight against workers' revolts, they were developed in the United States to convince Americans to engage in the First World War. Unknown to the general public, nephew of Sigmund Freud, the author of the reference book Propaganda and one of the inventors of marketing, Edward Bernays (1891-1995) was one of the main theorists. Inspired by the codes of advertising and entertainment, these methods of "making consent" of crowds address the unconscious desires of these. The industrialists seize it to fight against the strikes with the objective to make join the working class to capitalism and thus transform the citizen into consumer. In 2001, Life magazine ranked Edward Bernays among the 100 most influential American figures of the 20th century. This documentary rich in archives retraces, in the light of a critical analysis - including that of the famous linguist Noam Chomsky -, the course of one who, among others, made women smoke, inspired the Nazi regime, accompanied the New Deal and was the architect of the overthrow of the Guatemalan government in 1954. https://ok.ru/video/754497948359
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PRESS PAUSE PLAY(2011) VOSTFR Vous vous souvenez de cette vieille époque où l’on considérait que « photographe », « musicien » ou encore « écrivain » étaient des métiers ? On était encore enfants et on se demandait « quel type d’études » il fallait faire pour exercer ces professions. Aujourd’hui, armé d’un appareil photo numérique à moins de 50 euros chez Darty, Instagram, un logiciel de musique, un compte YouTube et un Tumblr, tout le monde peut se réclamer de l’art. C’est ce que le documentaire Press Pause Play illustre. En effet, l’émergence des nouvelles technologies en ligne a rendu possible une e-creativité, terrain de jeux inédit pour les artistes dits « professionnels » mais aussi pour les amateurs. Un nouveau champ des possibles a subitement vu le jour, et avec lui, la multiplication des oeuvres créées. Est-ce à dire que l’art s’est démocratisé et que tout le monde est devenu potentiellement talentueux du jour au lendemain ? Pas nécessairement, et c’est aussi ce que Press Pause Play se propose d’interroger. Do you remember that old age when we considered that "photographer", "musician" or "writer" were trades? We were still children and we were wondering "what kind of studies" needed to be done to practice these professions. Today, armed with a digital camera at less than 50 euros , Instagram, a music software, a YouTube account and a Tumblr, everyone can claim art. This is what the documentary Press Pause Play illustrates. Indeed, the emergence of new technologies online has made possible an e-creativity, a new playground for artists called "professional" but also for amateurs. A new field of possibilities has suddenly emerged, and with it, the multiplication of created works. Does this mean that art has become democratized and that everyone has become potentially talented overnight? Not necessarily, and that's also what Press Pause Play proposes to question. https://vimeo.com/65631822
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