6 edition of European film theory and cinema found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 258-265) and index.
|LC Classifications||PN1995 .A29 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||275 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||275|
|ISBN 10||0253340438, 0253215056|
|LC Control Number||2001026435|
European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema since the early s. An original and critically astute study, it considers film theory within the context of the intellectual climate of the last two centuries. Ian Aitkin focuses particularly on the two major traditions that dominate 5/5(1). Thus, while the field of European film studies has witnessed a number of significant shifts in emphasis (most pertinently the refocusing from art cinema towards popular film genres), the core debate still primarily centres on national cinemas. The article then suggests engaging in areas that exemplify interconnectedness between national by:
In their creation of authorial trends, identification of the technology of cinema as a creative force, and production of films as aesthetic markers, film theories contribute an epistemological resource that connects the technologies of filmmaking and film composition. This book explores these connections through film theorisations of processes. In Film Festivals: From European Geopolitics to Global Cinephilia, Marijke de Valck takes a cultural theory and media studies approach to a subject that most cinephiles experience at a more visceral academic point of view is unique, particularly de Valck’s use of Actor-Network Theory (ANT) to situate the film festival as a central node within a global network of numerous living Author: Gaik Cheng Khoo.
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An exploration of the major film theories and cinema movements within European cinema from the s onwards. The content of the book is organized around the twin paradigms of realism and modernism, and covers areas of European cinema such as Soviet montage cinema, French impressionism, German expressionism, Italian neo-realism, the French and German new waves, and 5/5(1).
European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema since the early s.
An original and critically astute study, it considers film theory within the context of the intellectual climate of the last two by: European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema since the early s.
An original and critically astute study, it considers film theory within the context of the intellectual climate of the last two centuries.
Ian Aitkin focuses particularly on the two major traditions that dominate European film theory and cinema: the "intuitionist. “European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema from the s onwards.
The study is organized around two major traditions which dominate European film theory and cinema: the “intuitionist modernist and realist” tradition and the “post-Saussurian” tradition.
Next, an interview book: Jon Halliday’s extended conversation Sirk on Sirk: Interviews with Jon Halliday (Secker & Warburg, ) hints at profound connections between European and American cinema and the sophisticated passage between the two cultures – connections deepened and cemented by my more or less simultaneous discovery of Andrew.
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Coined by Thomas Vander. European Film Theory: From Crypto-Nationalism to Trans-Nationalism, Paul Coates. The Aesthetics of Race in European Film Theory, Tobias Nagl. The Disunity of Film Theory and the Disunity of Aesthetics, Casey Haskins. Real Location, Fantasy Space, Performative Place: Double Occupancy and Mutual Interference in European Cinema, Thomas.
European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema since the early s. An original and critically astute study, it considers film theory within the context of the intellectual climate of the last two centuries. Ian Aitkin focuses Price: $ The European Film Academy was founded in to celebrate European cinema through the European Film Awards annually.
Philippe Binant realized, on 2 Februarythe first digital cinema projection in Europe, with the DLP CINEMA technology developed by Texas Instruments, in Paris.
European Film Theory and Cinema: A Critical Introduction by Ian Aitken avg rating — 10 ratings — published — 3 editions. New European Cinema offers a compelling response to the changing cultural shapes of Europe, charting political, aesthetic, and historical developments through innovative readings of some of the most popular and influential European films of the s.
Made around the time of the revolutions of but set in post-World War II Europe, these films grapple with the reunification of Germany, the. For someone who is passionate about the theories of cinema, the best introductory books, in my opinion, on film theory are: What is Cinema.
(both volumes) by André Bazin, Film Art: An Introduction by David Bordwell, Film Theory and Criticisms: Int. The 21 st century has witnessed a resurgence of economic inequality, racial exclusion and political hatred, causing questions of collective identity and belonging to assume urgency.
In her new book, Making Worlds: Affect and Collectivity in Contemporary European Cinema, Professor Claudia Breger argues that many films now being made in Europe are challenging these trends by offering.
European cinema has a strong focus on the aesthetics of film and is a cinema largely of images, ideas and the process of filmmaking. over narrative. This is opposed to the Hollywood films which focus on a clear, coherent narrative where everything is resolved and style is dictated by story.
European Film Theory explores the ‘Europeanness’ of European film theory, its philosophical origins, the ‘culture wars’ between ‘Continental’ and ‘Analytical’ film theory and philosophy, the major discursive and epistemological shifts in the history of Continental film theory, the relationship between Continental philosophy of art and philosophy of history and European film by: 7.
European Film Theory and Cinema explores the major film theories and movements within European cinema from the s onwards.
The study is organized around two major traditions which dominate European film theory and cinema: the ãintuitionist modernist and realistä tradition and the ãpost- Saussurianä : Ian Aitken. Introduction: The Politics of Film Theory and Its Discontents 1. Cinematic Equality: Rancière and Film Theory After Althusser 2.
Cinema’s Thought: Badiou. European Cinema is the first book to provide overviews of key movements in European film history, from the inception of the medium in to the present.
This text includes accessible introductions to traditions as diverse as early Soviet cinema, German Expressionism, Surrealism, Italian Neoralism, the French New Wave, Ealing Comedy, East-Central European cinema, Contemporary Spanish cinema Reviews: 1.
Cinema Studies: The Key Concepts This is the essential guide for anyone interested in film. Now in its second edition, the text has been completely revised and expanded to meet the needs of today’s students and film enthusiasts.
Some key genres, movements, theories and production terms are explained and analysed with depth and Size: 2MB. His publications focus on contemporary American and European cinema, French literature and critical theory.
His most recent book, The Feel-Bad Film (Edinburgh UP, ), investigates logics of unpleasure in films by directors such as Claire Denis, Lars von Trier.
European art cinema is a branch of cinema that was popular in the latter half of the 20th Century. It is based on a rejection of the tenets and techniques of classical Hollywood cinema.
European art cinema gained popularity in the s down to the s, with notable filmmakers such as Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Ingmar Bergman.She has published on critical theory, Balkan cinema, new European cinema, film and nationalism. She is author of Nation and Cynicism in the Post s Balkan Cinema (), and her current work focuses on East European and transnational cinema.
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