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Episode Info: In this episode, co-hosts Simone Barros, Zach Betonte and Andrew Swope discuss Jean Cocteau's 1946 French fairy tale adaptation, "La Belle et la Bête" starring Josette Day and Jean Marais. Their conversation largely focuses on how Cocteau's avant-garde theatre background affects his cinematic practice, how objectification augments the narrative's reality, and the similarities between Jean Cocteau and Maya Deren.  As always, we’d loved to hear from our listener-ship so please send all your feedback to filmjivepodcast@gmail.com. Thanks and remember to “Keep on Jivin’!” Click here to download the episodeListen to Film Jive on Stitcher Radio Links for Reference: Stylistic Convergence & The Subversive Imagination Of CocteauFolktales & Fairy Tales: Traditions & Texts Around The WorldThe Enchanted Screen: The Unknown HistoryJean Cocteau's Poem, "From The Crucifixion""Beauty & The Beast": From Fable To FilmOn The Making Of "Beauty & The Beast" "Beauty & The Beast": Dark MagicRead more »

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