7 edition of European Cinemas in the Television Age found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007 by Edinburgh University Press .
Written in English
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'European Cinemas in the Television Age' is a radical attempt to rethink the post-war history of European cinemas. This edited work approaches the subject from the perspective of television's impact on the culture of cinema's production, distribution, consumption and reception.
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It brings together an impressive range of scholars who widen the initial discussion, arguing for the critical importance of socialist and postsocialist film cultures in a larger network of global and transnational media studies.”Author: Anikó Imre.
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Has European cinema, in the age of globalization, lost contact not only with the world at large, but with its own audiences. Between the thriving festival circuit and the obligatory late-night television slot, is there still a public or a public sphere for European films?Author: Thomas Elsaesser.
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Welcome to a platform where professionals can meet and exchange information and ideas. Since the early s, the production of cinéma d'auteur was an expression of the ‘mission créateur’ of public television and of an effort to legitimise TV in the eyes of intellectual elites.
It was in the early s, with the restructuring of the centralised television agency ORTF, that the commitment to produce auteur films was strongest, resulting in the creation of the Institut Author: Dorota Ostrowska. The book comprises over 30 articles on subjects including European film festivals, Ingmar Bergman’s Persona (), the late films of Joseph Losey, Raoul Ruiz’s L’Hypothèse du tableau volé (), s British television, Dusan Makavejev’s The Switchboard Operator (), Peter Greenaway, Slavoj Žižek, s Fascist-chic, and Author: Richard Misek.
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The identity of European cinema, like the identity of Europe itself, is multiple, complex, and fascinating. Providing both a general survey of contemporary European cinema production, distribution and exhibition and detailed critical analysis of specific films, directors, and national cinemas, this volume offers a stimulating and thought-provoking contribution to current film.
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This introductory chapter first sets out the purpose of the book, which is to chart the similarities and differences – even convergences – between the media in a period roughly bracketed by the end of World War II in Europe and the present day (where we begin to take cogniscence of at least the possibility of a post-cinema and post-TV world).
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