2016年3月26日 星期六

陳以文,John Urry

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陳以文Chen Yi-Wen,1966年),國立藝術學院戲劇系畢業。最被看好的新銳導演,每部新作品都讓人期待。曾以《運轉手之戀》獲得第37屆金馬獎評審團大獎、台北電影節評審團大獎及最佳導演獎。

生平[編輯]

在學期間已活躍於劇場界、電視圈和電影圈中,擁有演員劇作家編劇導演多項才能。與導演楊德昌合作過多部電影,如《牯嶺街少年殺人事件》、《麻將》及《獨立時代》,於《獨立時代》一片中擔任副導演並演出當中一角。1994成立烈日工作室,首部短片《暴力紀實錄》,以三千元的「極低」成本拍攝,卻從台灣日本電視台回收了六十萬的實例,奠定了他對自我投資電影事業的精準與企圖心。《暴力紀實錄》獲得多數影展的肯定,且以如此高的投資報酬率,一度成為「財訊」雜誌的報導人物。[1]
1998年第一部自編自導劇情長片《果醬》,注入新生代創作者輕快的節奏和對都會的知性感,評論界認為融合了楊德昌都會風格和昆汀‧塔倫提諾的風格。1999年的《想死趁現在[2]表現出社會邊緣人的大膽作為,受邀作為香港電影節之閉幕影片。2000年的《運轉手之戀[3]開啟台灣喜劇電影的新一頁,並獲得當年第37屆金馬獎評審團大獎、臺北電影節評審團大獎及最佳導演獎、法國杜維爾影展「最佳導演獎」,入圍德國柏林影展「青年論壇單元」,並代表台灣角逐奧斯卡外語片。[4]
2001年自紐約遊學歸來後,除了準備電影外,也同時參與劇場電視廣告的工作,先後與可米瑞智公共電視、與大愛電視台合作。2006年的完成的電影《神遊情人》(日本名:幻遊傳)被日本媒體譽為「能讓台灣電影復活的娛樂電影」,是結合CG特效、全新嘗試的奇幻古裝公路電影
2009年,除了為荷蘭導演David Verbeek擔任電影《R U There》監製外,也完成了自己監製兼編導的劇情長片《1689號追蹤檔案》;2011年為電影《寶島漫波》擔任監製;2013年,電影《戀戀海灣》擔任監製導演
2007年至2015年期間,擔任第44屆和第49屆「金馬獎」評審委員、第16屆「台北電影節」評審委員、及第50屆「金鐘獎」(電視電影/迷你劇集類)評審委員召集人。
2015年,受雨果小說的靈感啟發,編寫舞台劇《死刑犯的最後一天》,並擔任主要角色「死刑犯」的演出,於台北首演七場。
從法國作家維克多•雨果到臺灣導演陳以文《死刑犯的最後一天》。褶子劇團讓你再次重新省思關於這樣的社會議題!法國在台協會支持這部戲劇。其編劇陳以文,接受了國立中央大學的訪問。
"A quoi penseriez-vous s'il ne vous restait plus qu’un jour à vivre?". C’est l’une des questions que pose la pièce « Le dernier jour d’un condamné » inspirée du roman de Victor Hugo et mise en scène par le réalisateur taiwanais Chen Yi-Wen. Le Bureau Français de Taipei a soutenu la réalisation de cette pièce et les étudiants en français de l’université de Zhong Yang ont interviewé Chen Yi-Wen: « Je voulais mettre en scène ce spectacle dans le cadre social taïwanais (…) que les spectateurs aient l’impression que l’histoire se passe à Taïwan », a-t-il précisé.
Interview en français au lien suivant : https://soundcloud.com/…/portrait-chen-yi-wen-version-final…
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 John Urry (/ˈʊəri/; born 1946) FAcSS is a British sociologist, Professor at Lancaster University. He is noted for work in the fields of the sociology of tourism and mobility.
He has written books on many other aspects of modern society including the transition away from 'organised capitalism', the sociology of nature and environmentalism, and social theory in general.
Urry is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Founding Academician of the UK Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciencesand a Visiting Professor at both Bristol and Roskilde Geography Departments.
Born in London and educated at the Haberdashers' Aske's Boys School, Urry gained his first degrees from Christ's College, Cambridge in 1967, a 'double first' BA and MA in Economics, before going on to gain his PhD in Sociology from the same institution in 1972. He arrived at Lancaster University Sociology department as a lecturer in 1970, becoming head of department in 1983 and a professor in 1985.

Books published[edit]

(excluding foreign language editions; books translated into 10+ languages)
  • 1973
    • Reference Groups and the Theory of Revolution, Routledge and Kegan Paul
    • Power in Britain, Heinemann Education (co edited with John Wakeford)
  • 1975 Social Theory as Science, Routledge and Kegan Paul (with Russell Keat)
  • 1981 The Anatomy of Capitalist Societies, Macmillan
  • 1982 Social Theory as Science, Second Edition, Routledge and Kegan Paul (with Russell Keat)
  • 1983 Capital, Labour and the Middle Classes, Allen and Unwin (with Nick Abercrombie)
  • 1985
    • Social Relations and Spatial Structures, Macmillan (co edited with Derek Gregory)
    • Localities, Class, and Gender, Pion (with Lancaster Regionalism Group)
  • 1987 The End of Organized Capitalism, Polity (with Scott Lash)
  • 1988 Contemporary British Society, Polity (with Nick Abercrombie, Alan Warde, Keith Soothill, Sylvia Walby).
  • 1989–96 Schools of Thought in Sociology, General Editor of 18 vols, Edward Elgar.
  • 1990
    • Localities, Policies, Politics. Do Localities Matter?, Hutchinson (co edited with Michael Harloe, Chris Pickvance).
    • Restructuring. Place, Class and Gender, Sage (with other members of the Lancaster Regionalism Group).
    • The Tourist Gaze, Sage.
  • 1994
    • Economies of Signs and Space, Sage (with Scott Lash)
    • Contemporary British Society, Second Edition, Polity (with Nick Abercrombie, Alan Warde, Keith Soothill, Sylvia Walby)
    • Leisure Landscapes, Main Report and Background Papers, CPRE (with Gordon Clark, Jan Darrall, Robin Grove-White, Phil Macnaghten)
  • 1995 Consuming Places, Routledge
  • 1997 Touring Cultures, Routledge (co edited with Chris Rojek)
  • 1998 Contested Natures, Sage (with Phil Macnaghten)
  • 2000
    • "Sociology for the New Millennium." Special issue of the British Journal of Sociology (commissioned: contributors include Castells, Wallerstein, Beck, Sassen, Therborn)
    • Sociology beyond Societies, Routledge
    • Contemporary British Society, Third Edition, Polity (with Nick Abercrombie, Alan Warde et al.)
    • "Bodies of Nature". Special issue of Body and Society 6 (commissioned: co edited with Phil Macnaghten)
  • 2001 Bodies of Nature. Sage (co edited with Phil Macnaghten)
  • 2002 The Tourist Gaze. Second Edition, London: Sage
  • 2003 Global Complexity, Cambridge: Polity
  • 2004
    • "Presence-Absence." Special issue of Environment and Planning A: Society and Space 22 (co edited with Michel Callon and John Law)
    • "Automobilities." Special issue of Theory, Culture and Society 21 (co edited with Mike Featherstone and Nigel Thrift)
    • Tourism Mobilities. Places to Play, Places in Play, Routledge (co edited with Mimi Sheller)
    • Performing Tourist Places, Ashgate (with Bærenholdt, J. O., Haldrup, M., Larsen, J.)
  • 2005
    • "Complexity." Special Issue of Theory, Culture and Society 22 1- 270
    • Automobilities. London: Sage (co edited with Featherstone, M., Thrift, N.) 285 pp.
    • Sociologie de Mobilités: Une nouvelle frontiére pour la sociologie?, Paris, Armand Colin, 251pp.
  • 2006
    1. "Mobilities and Materialities." Special issue of Environment and Planning A (co-edited with M. Sheller)
    2. Mobile Technologies of the City, London: Routledge (coedited with M. Sheller)
    3. Mobilities, Geographies, Networks, London: Ashgate (with J. Larsen, K.Axhausen)
  • 2007 Mobilities, Cambridge: Polity
  • 2010 Mobile Lives, London: Routledge (with Anthony Elliott)
  • 2011 Climate Change and Society, Cambridge: Polity
  • 2013 Societies Beyond Oil, London: Zed
  • 2014 Offshoring, Cambridge: Polity
蔡其達
啊,John Urry走了!他這一走,又讓我憶及一件天寶遺事。
1986年下半年開始,南方朔開啟了「民間社會」論戰的序幕,次年起,包括木魚( Jerry Cheng)、江迅(即郭正亮)紛紛在《南方》雜誌應援,作「民間社會」的強力支拄,「民間社會論」的武器駁雜的很,但John Urry的”The Anatomy of Capitalist Societies"就是箇中法寶。經濟/社會/國家的三分,正是Urry的著力點。當然,「民間社會論」在那些年的確掀起一股小旋風,Urry在台灣也薄有知名度,其後我還寫了一文闡釋論戰種種。隨著Urry一走,赫然時間近30年了!R.I.P.

John Urry (1946-2016) John Urry, longstanding colleague and an influential scholar who has shaped several fields of sociology, died suddenly, 18th March. With deep regret we announce the sudden death of John Urry, Distinguished Professor at Lancaster University, who died unexpectedly on Friday. John…
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