Godard: Images, Sounds, Politics is an important step in making [experiments in image and sound beyond the institutions of cinema and television] visible. It reads the earlier films through the more recent work, focusing on politics, technology and sexuality. These insistent themes dominate Godard’s investigation of our representation in the image, a representation always inflected by sound. These terms enable us to understand more critical the circulation of moeny and images in which we participate, a circulation which Godard’s work cuts across.” — from back wrapper. Includes essays by Colin MacCabe, Laura Mulvey, and Mick Eaton. Also features interviews with Godard, a filmography, and a selected bibliography. Printed in black-and-white.