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BeschreibungDemonstrating the richness and variety of a national cinema that has traditionally struggled to define itself between the paradigms of Hollywood popular film and European art cinema, this study provides comprehensive coverage of British cinema in general as well as critical discussions of specific films--useful for screenings. Each chapter covers a specific topic and includes detailed descriptions of key films representative of different historical periods.
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. The national health: Great Britain/deep England; 2. The magic box: what is British cinema?; 3. The common touch: the art of being realistic; 4. The mirror crack'd: British expressionism; 5. Millions like us: British cinema as popular cinema; 6. The stars look down: acting British; 7. No sex please - we're British: sex, gender, and the national character; 8. Carry on regardless: The British sense of humor; 9. Sexy beasts: British monsters; 10. The ruling class: ideology and the school movie; 11. The long memory: history and heritage; 12. I'm British but ...: Empire and after.
PortraitJim Leach is Professor in the Department of Communications, Popular Culture, and Film at Brock University, St. Catharine's, Ontario. The author of a volume on Canadian filmmaker Claude Jutra, he has published widely on Canadian and European cinema and cultural theory.
Pressestimmen"Jim Leach's British Cinema is an engaging introduction to and meditation on what the opening chapter describes as a "complex" and "messy" cinema" Letters in Canada 2004 Jim Ellis
Untertitel: 'National Film Traditions'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2004
Seitenanzahl: 289 Seiten