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I will argue toward the end of the book that only 14 introduction by recognizing this contingency in Godard’s cinematic and historiographic claims—the way they take the form of aesthetic judgments—can we understand the logic behind his historical (and fi lm-historical) work. Godard, however, does not simply incorporate the terms and conditions of aesthetics. ” One of these has to do with the state of mind that emerges in response to a work of art. Schiller, for example, argues that the appropriate response to a “genuine work of art” is a mood of “loft y equanimity and freedom of spirit,” a line of thinking that comes from Kant’s insistence on the formal presentation of an object (in art or in nature) as the only significant material for aesthetic judgment.
In the 1910s, the period of “narrative integration,” a number of fi lmmakers and critics sought to raise the standard of the cinema, to improve not only the fi lms being made but also the character of the audiences watching them. They sought, in short, to give fi lm the status of the other arts. Two basic strategies for this effort emerged. The first was articulated by D. W. Griffith in the wake of the controversy over The Birth of a Nation (1915). Decrying its censorship, Griffith argued that cinema’s status as a legitimate art form was bound up with debates over the freedom of speech.
The point for both Bálazs and Arnheim wasn’t simply that film ought to be accorded the same respect as theater or painting in order to enable the appropriate appreciation; rather, the fact that a fi lm could be treated in terms of aesthetics meant that it was on equal footing with the other arts. ” The tendency to argue for fi lm as high art, and to do so on terms drawn from aesthetics, had important consequences for later conceptualizations of fi lm. One of these consequences involved the creation of the first institutional fi lm collections.