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European Cinemas European Societies

Author : Pierre Sorlin
ISBN : 9781134934195
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Social Science

European Cinemas European Societies

Author : Pierre Sorlin
ISBN : 9781134934195
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Social Science

European Cinema And Television

Author : Ib Bondebjerg
ISBN : 9781137356888
Genre : Political Science
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This book offers comparative studies of the production, content, distribution and reception of film and television drama in Europe. The collection brings together scholars from the humanities and social sciences to focus on how new developments are shaped by national and European policies and practices, and on the role of film and television in our everyday lives. The chapters explore key trends in transnational European film and television fiction, addressing issues of co-production and collaboration, and of how cultural products circulate across national borders. The chapters investigate how watching film and television from neighbouring countries can be regarded as a special kind of cultural encounter with the possibility of facilitating reflections on national differences within Europe and negotiations of what characterizes a national or a European identity respectively.
Category: Political Science

European Film And Media Culture

Author : Lennard Højbjerg
ISBN : 8763504278
Genre : Performing Arts
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Brings into focus central aspects of recent developments in European film and media culture. Through studies of both film and television the question of national identity, European integration and globalisation is analysed in a both Eastern and Western European context. This volume offers case studies of the more historical and institutional context of European film television, studies of European TV drama, childrens television, TV entertainment formats, and comparative studies of European art cinema and art television and American (Hollywood) films and TV-serials.
Category: Performing Arts

Christmas At The Movies

Author : Mark Connelly
ISBN : 9780857711359
Genre : Performing Arts
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Whether we love or hate it, Christmas has always played a special role in the cinema and Christmas movies like _It’s a Wonderful Life_, _Miracle on 34th Street_ and _When Harry Met Sally_ have a special place in popular affections. They almost constitute a mini cinematic genre. So what does Christmas in the movies mean to societies across the Anglo-Saxon and European world and what does it have to say about them? The contributors to _Christmas at the Movies_ take a good look at these popular films, decoding the messages they convey about popular preoccupations and attitudes internationally and about the different societies that produce them. Written in an entertaining and illuminating style, and giving a brand new view of Christmas and its rituals, this is a gift of a book for anyone interested in cinema.
Category: Performing Arts

Cinema Audiences And Modernity

Author : Daniel Biltereyst
ISBN : 9781136642005
Genre : Social Science
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This book sheds new light on the cinema and modernity debate by confronting established theories on the role of the modern cinematic experience with new empirical work on the history of the social experience of cinema-going, film audiences and film exhibition. The book provides a wide range of research methodologies and perspectives on these matters, including: the use of oral history methods questionnaires diaries audience letters as well as industrial, sociological and other accounts on historical film audiences. The collection’s case studies thus provide a "how to" compendium of current methodologies for researchers and students working on film and media audiences, film and media experiences, and historical reception. The volume is part of a ‘new cinema history’ effort within film and screen studies to look at film history not only as a history of production, textual relations or movies-as-artefacts, but rather to concentrate more on the receiving end, the social experience of cinema, and the engagement of film/cinema (history) ‘from below’. The contributions to the volume reflect upon the very different ways in which cinema has been accepted, rejected or disciplined as an agent of modernity in neighbouring parts of Europe, and how cinema-going has been promoted and regulated as a popular social practice at different times in twentieth-century European history.
Category: Social Science

Cinema In Service Of The State

Author : Lars Karl
ISBN : 9781782389972
Genre : Performing Arts
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The national cinemas of Czechoslovakia and East Germany were two of the most vital sites of filmmaking in the Eastern Bloc, and over the course of two decades, they contributed to and were shaped by such significant developments as Sovietization, de-Stalinization, and the conservative retrenchment of the late 1950s. This volume comprehensively explores the postwar film cultures of both nations, using a "stereoscopic" approach that traces their similarities and divergences to form a richly contextualized portrait. Ranging from features to children's cinema to film festivals, the studies gathered here provide new insights into the ideological, political, and economic dimensions of Cold War cultural production.
Category: Performing Arts

A Companion To Eastern European Cinemas

Author : Anikó Imre
ISBN : 9781118294352
Genre : Performing Arts
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A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas showcases twenty-five essays written by established and emerging film scholars that trace the history of Eastern European cinemas and offer an up-to-date assessment of post-socialist film cultures. Showcases critical historical work and up-to-date assessments of post-socialist film cultures Features consideration of lesser known areas of study, such as Albanian and Baltic cinemas, popular genre films, cross-national distribution and aesthetics, animation and documentary Places the cinemas of the region in a European and global context Resists the Cold War classification of Eastern European cinemas as “other” art cinemas by reconnecting them with the main circulation of film studies Includes discussion of such films as Taxidermia, El Perro Negro, 12:08 East of Bucharest Big Tõll, and Breakfast on the Grass and explores the work of directors including Tamás Almási, Walerian Borowczyk, Roman Polanski, Jerzy Skolimowski, Andrzej ¯u³awski, and Karel Vachek amongst many others
Category: Performing Arts

Lethal Repetition

Author : Richard Dyer
ISBN : 9781844579266
Genre : Performing Arts
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Serial killing is an extremely rare phenomenon in reality that is none-theless remarkably widespread in the cultural imagination. Moreover, despite its rarity, it is also taken to be an expression of characteristic aspects of humanity, masculinity, or our times. Richard Dyer investigates this paradox, focusing on the notion at its heart: seriality. He considers the aesthetics of the repetition of nastiness and how this relates to the perceptions and anxieties that images of serial killing highlight in the societies that produce them. Shifting the focus away from the US, which is often seen as the home of the serial killer, Lethal Repetition instead examines serial killing in European culture and cinema – ranging from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean and from Britain to Romania. Spanning all brows of cinema – including avant-garde, art, mainstream and trash – Dyer provides case studies on Jack the Ripper, the equation of Nazism with serial killing, and the Italian giallo film to explore what this marginal and uncommon crime is being made to mean on European screens.
Category: Performing Arts