By Silke Arnold-de Simine
By Silke Arnold-de Simine
By Phil Hall,Rory Leighton Aronsky
By Eric Schaefer
Contributors. Joseph Lam Duong, Jeffrey Escoffier, Kevin M. Flanagan, Elena Gorfinkel, Raymond J. Haberski Jr., Joan Hawkins, Kevin Heffernan, Eithne Johnson, Arthur Knight, Elana Levine, Christie Milliken, Eric Schaefer, Jeffrey Sconce, Jacob Smith, Leigh Ann Wheeler, Linda Williams
By Claire Mortimer
Romantic comedy is an enduringly renowned style which has maintained its attraction by means of regularly evolving, from the screwball comedy to the hot emergence of the bromance.
Romantic Comedy examines the historical past of the style, contemplating the social and cultural context for key advancements in new style cycles. It reports the most important topics and concerns at paintings inside romantic comedy motion pictures, focusing particularly at the illustration of gender and the way the style acts as a barometer for gender politics throughout the 20th century.
Claire Mortimer presents the reader with a entire assessment of the style, tracing its improvement, enduring attraction, stars and the character of its comedy. Mortimer discusses either British and Hollywood vintage and modern romantic comedies, starting from canonical movies to newer examples that have taken the style in new instructions. In-depth case experiences span a large choice of movies, including:
This ebook is the appropriate creation to the romantic comedy style and may be quite worthwhile for all these investigating this quarter inside movie, media or women's studies.
By Austin Fisher
the ideological confusions of the novel teams is tested and the genre’s legacy is reappraised, because the progressive strength of Italy’s New Left turns into subsumed amidst the conflicting agendas of latest Hollywood, blaxploitation and the
‘grindhouse’ revival of Tarantino, Rodriguez and Raimi.
By Stanley Corkin
By Stuart Joy
With this in brain, this thesis examines the representations of time, reminiscence and identification in Nolan’s movies that allows you to reach an realizing of id in modern cinema and inspiration. The paper will give some thought to the reflexive innovations and implications at the back of Nolan’s obsession with id, not just when it comes to his physique of labor yet extra importantly, by way of what it may possibly exhibit approximately cinema's personal courting to problems with identification. extra in particular, I contend that the insights of clinical, mental and sociological literature on identification and reminiscence in addition to these of up to date filmmaking are engaged in speaking the complicated relationships among reminiscence, identification and post-modernity.
To pursue this thesis, the textual content will examine a few Nolan’s movies resembling keepsake, (Christopher Nolan, 2000) Insomnia, (Christopher Nolan, 2002) and The status (Christopher Nolan, 2006) utilizing shut textual research to notify my arguments the place applicable in addition to utilizing immense theoretical underpinning to justify my assertions.
By Michele Meek,John Bodt,Vanessa Willoughby,Mike Hofman,Matthew Quan
Whether you're a pro self reliant mediamaker, grassroots activist, or aspiring director, The Independent's consultant to movie vendors will arm you with the knowledge, suggestion, and assets had to distribute your work:
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By Sumita S. Chakravarty
Although Indian renowned cinema has an extended background and is accepted to audiences world wide, it has infrequently been systematically studied. This booklet bargains the 1st special account of the preferred movie because it has grown and adjusted throughout the tumultuous a long time of Indian nationhood. The examine makes a speciality of the cinema’s attribute kinds, its variety of meanings and pleasures, and, chiefly, its ideological building of Indian nationwide identity.
Informed by means of theoretical advancements in movie thought, cultural reports, postcolonial discourse, and “Third international” cinema, the publication identifies the most important genres and events inside of Bombay cinema seeing that Independence and makes use of them to go into greater cultural debates approximately questions of identification, authenticity, citizenship, and collectivity. Chakravarty examines various motion pictures of the interval, together with Guide (Vijay Anand, 1965), Shri 420 [The gentleman cheat] (Raj Kapoor, 1955), and Bhumika [The position] (Shyam Benegal, 1977). She exhibits how “imperso-nation,” performed out in masquerade and conceal, has characterised the illustration of nationwide id in renowned motion pictures, in order that matters and conflicts over classification, communal, and local changes are obsessively evoked, explored, and neutralized.
These findings may be of curiosity to movie and region experts, in addition to basic readers in movie studies.
By Christopher Neame,Christopher Lee
Includes sixteen pages of photos.