Another cinema for another society / Gaston Roberge
Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1985.
Call No: 408.1(540) ROB Author: Roberge, Gaston Source: II Place: Calcutta Publisher: Seagull Books PubDate: 1985 PhysDes: 151p. : ill. ; 22cm Subject: CRITICISM; HISTORY OF CINEMA. INDIA; INDUSTRY, FILM. INDIA; NATIONAL CULTURE AND THE CINEMA. ASIAN COUNTRIES; POLITICS AND THE CINEMA; SOCIETY AND THE CINEMA; BAZIN, ANDRE; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; RAY, SATYAJIT; WELLES, ORSON; BRON, PETER; BRONENOSETS POTEMKIN [BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1925); GANDHI (UK/II, Richard Attenborough, 1982); NANOOK OF THE NORTH (US, Robert Flaherty, 1922); NAPOLEON (FR, Abel Gance, 1927) Summary: "Father Gaston Roberge, Director of Chitrabani, a Calcutta-based institution involved in development communication, and a media critic in his own right, with five title to his credit already, proposes, in his latest work, a militant programme... for another cinema committed to the building up of another society.' He offers revaluations of the established systems of film aesthetics, with fresh insights into the thoughts and works of Eisenstein, Bazin, Welles, and Ray; before analysing the Indian social scene in depth and detail, to suggest a comprehensive model for a parallel Indian cinema, complete with a new scheme for film and media education for the new cinema" -Book blurb ISBN: 0861320751 Donation: donated by the family of Wayne Levy, 2006 Contents: Preface -- Part one: cinema -- Introduction: a militant programme -- What is it in cinema that makes it cinema -- Montage: the formative principle -- An anthropology of the cinema -- An exercise in film appreciation or the magnificent Andre Bazin -- Author-ity, text-uality and read-in(g) -- Part two: society -- The end of a film era -- Nine and one facts and not a few illusions -- Of many movies and some words to talk about them -- Films for social change -- Politics in film -- The politics of non-political cinema -- The cultural and social influence of foreign films -- History through films and filmed history -- Conclusion -- Film education for a new movie-man -- index More info
Cinema against spectacle : technique and ideology revisited / by Jean-Louis Comolli; translated and edited by Daniel Fairfax
Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015.
Available at OAPEN (open access) Call No: 62(081) COM Author: Comolli, Jean-Louis Place: Amsterdam Publisher: Amsterdam University Press PubDate: 2015 PhysDes: 345 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. Series: Film theory in media history Subject: COMOLLI, JEAN-LOUIS; BAZIN, ANDRE; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK; LUMIERE, AUGUSTE & LOUIS; MITRY, JEAN; STRAUB, JEAN-MARIE; VERTOV, DZIGA; WELLES, ORSON Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9789089645548 Contents: Cinema against Spectacle -- I.Opening the Window? -- II.Inventing the Cinema? -- III.Filming the Disaster? -- IV.Cutting the Figure? -- V.Changing the Spectator? -- Technique and Ideology: Camera, Perspective, Depth of Field -- I.On a Dual Origin, The ideological place of the "base apparatus", Birth = deferral: The invention of the cinema -- II.Depth of Field: The Double Scene, Bazin's "surplus realism", The work of "transparency", For a materialist history of the cinema, "For the first time..." -- III."Primitive" Depth of Field -- IV.Effacement of Depth/ Advent of Speech -- V.Which Speech?. More info
The cinematic imagination : writers and the motion pictures / by Edward Murray
New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1972.
Call No: 753.1 MUR Author: Murray, Edward Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co. PubDate: 1972 PhysDes: xi, 330 p. ; 22cm. Subject: ADAPTATIONS. BECKETT, SAMUEL; ADAPTATIONS. HEMINGWAY, ERNEST; ADAPTATIONS. MILLER, ARTHUR; ADAPTATIONS. O'NEILL, EUGENE; ADAPTATIONS. STEINBECK, JOHN; ADAPTATIONS. WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE; ADAPTATIONS. WOOLF, VIRGINIA; EXPRESSIONISM; LITERATURE AND THE CINEMA; THEATRE AND THE CINEMA; BRECHT, BERTOLT; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; FAULKNER, WILLIAM; FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT; GREENE, GRAHAM; AMERICAN TRAGEDY, AN (Josef von Sternberg, 1931); ANNA CHRISTIE (US, Clarence Brown, 1930); CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (US, Richard Brooks, 1958); DEATH OF A SALESMAN (US, Laslo Benedek, 1951); END OF THE AFFAIR, THE (UK, Neil Jordan, 1999); SOUND AND THE FURY, THE (US, Martin Ritt, 1959) Summary: An exploration of the relationships between cinema, theatre and literature. While the book does discuss adaptation, it also discusses the influence that cinema has had on drama and novels. Notes: Includes bibliographic details ISBN: 0804426430 More info
The Classic American novel and the movies / edited by Gerald Peary and Roger Shatzkin
New York: Ungar, 1977.
Call No: 753.4 CLA Author: Peary, Gerald; Shatzkin, Roger Place: New York Publisher: Ungar PubDate: 1977 PhysDes: xii, 356 p. : ill. ; 22 cm Series: Ungar Film Library Subject: ADAPTATIONS; BOGDANOVICH, PETER; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, THE (US, Norman Taurog, 1938); ALICE ADAMS (US, George Stevens, 1935); BABBITT (US, Harry Beaumont, 1924); BILLY BUDD (UK, Peter Ustinov, 1962); CARRIE (US, William Wyler, 1952); DAISY MILLER (US, Peter Bogdanovich, 1974); DODSWORTH (US, William Wyler, 1936); FAREWELL TO ARMS, A (US, Frank Borzage, 1933); GREAT GATSBY, THE (US, Elliott Nugent, 1949); GREAT GATSBY, THE (US, Jack Clayton, 1974); GREED (US, Erich von Stroheim, 1925); HEIRESS, THE (US, William Wyler, 1949); HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES, THE (US, Joe May, 1940); I MARRIED A DOCTOR (US, Archie L. Mayo, 1936); INNOCENTS, THE (UK, Jack Clayton, 1962); LAST OF THE MOHICANS, THE (US, Maurice Tourneur, 1920); LITTLE WOMEN (US, George Cukor, 1933); LITTLE CAESAR (US, Mervyn LeRoy, 1931); LITTLE WOMEN (US, Mervyn LeRoy, 1948); MOBY DICK (UK, John Huston, 1956); PRINCE AND THE PAUPER, THE (US, William Keighley, 1937); RED BADGE OF COURAGE, THE (US, John Huston, 1951); SEA WOLF, THE (US, Michael Curtiz, 1941); SCARLET LETTER, THE (US, Victor Sjostrom, 1926); SOUND AND THE FURY, THE (US, Martin Ritt, 1959); SUN ALSO RISES, THE (US, Henry King, 1957); VIRGINIAN, THE (US, Stuart Gilmore, 1946); VIRGINIAN, THE (US, Victor Fleming, 1929); WIZARD OF OZ, THE (US, Victor Fleming, 1939) Summary: "Does a successfl novel make a good movie? That question and others are explored in this first comprehensive collection of essays on novel into film adaptations - from Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans (1826) to Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury (1929). Over two thirds of these essays were written expressly for this volume, the work of a new generation of literature-trained but film-oriented teachers and critics. Together they examine how novels and their film adaptations differ from one another in technique, characterisation, scope, and ideological content. To the original essays the editors have added some of the best available writings on adaptations by such critics as Stanley Kauffman and Manny Farber, plus selected commentaries from the actual participants in the process of adaptations - screenwriters and film directors." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Includes index; Filmography: p. 321-336; Bibliography: p. 337-344 ISBN: 0804426813 : $12.50. 0804466475 pbk. : $4.95 LON: qum00211939; 12437055 857055 More info
Complete films of Eisenstein : together with an unpublished essay by Eisenstein / translated by John Hetherington
New York: E.P. Dutton, 1974.
Call No: 81 EIS EIS Author: Hetherington, John CorpAuthor: [Avant-Scene Cinema, Paris] Edition: 1972 Place: New York Publisher: E.P. Dutton PubDate: 1974 PhysDes: 156 pages : illustrated ; 21 cm Subject: EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; STACHKA [STRIKE] (UR, Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925); BRONENOSETS POTEMKIN [BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1925); OKTIABR [OCTOBER] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1928); IVAN GROZNY [IVAN THE TERRIBLE] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, pt.1:1945, pt.2:1958[prod.1946]); QUE VIVA MEXICO! (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, [prod. 1932]); BEZHIN LUG (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1937) Donation: Megan McMurchy Contents: The Close-up (unpublished essay by Eisenstein) -- Filmography, biography and bibliography -- Gloumov's Diary -- Strike -- The Battleship Potemkin -- October --The General Live -- Que Viva Mexico -- Bezhin Meadow -- Alexander Nevsky -- The Fergan Canal -- Ivan the Terrible. More info
Deleuze on cinema / Ronald Bogue
New York: Routledge, 2003.
Call No: 620 DEL BOG Author: Bogue, Ronald Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2003 PhysDes: x, 231 p. ; 24 cm. Subject: BAZIN, ANDRE; DELEUZE, GILLES; CASSAVETES, JOHN; CHAPLIN, CHARLES; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; FELLINI, FEDERICO; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; RESNAIS, ALAIN; ROBBE-GRILLET, ALAIN; ROUCH, JEAN; WELLES, ORSON Summary: This text provides a thorough and reliable guide to Deleuze's thought on the art of film, elucidating in clear language the shape and thrust of Deleuze's arguments found in his influential books on cinema. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-222) and index. ISBN: 0415966043 Donation: Estate of Adrian Miles Contents: Ch. 1. Bergson and Cinema; Deleuze's Bergson; Three Bergsonian Theses on Movement; Image, Movement, Matter, Light; The Three Movement-Images --Ch. 2. Frame, Shot, and Montage; Frame and Shot; Montage: Organic and Dialectic; Montage: Quantitative and Intensive --Ch. 3. Eighteen Signs (More or Less); Peirce and Signs; The Perception-Image; The Affection-Image; The Impulse-Imag; The Action-Image; The Reflection-Image; The Relation-Image --Ch. 4. Hyalosigns: Crystals of Time; Opsigns; Mnemosigns and Onirosigns; Hyalosigns; Crystalline States --Ch. 5. Chronosigns: The Order of Time and Time as Series; Sheets of the Past, Peaks of the Present; Robbe-Grillet, Welles, and Resnais; Powers of the False; Rouch's Ethnofictions; Bodies and Categories --Ch. 6. Noosigns and Lectosigns: Image and Thought, Sight and Sound; The Classic Image of Thought; The Thought of the Outside; The Spiritual Automaton; Silent and Audible Lectosigns; The Modern Lectosign; A Note on Cinema, Theater, and Television. More info
Dickens and film / by A. L. Zambrano
New York: Gordon Press, 1976.
Call No: 753DIC ZAM Author: Zambrano, A. L Place: New York Publisher: Gordon Press PubDate: 1976 PhysDes: 442 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Subject: ADAPTATIONS; ADAPTATIONS. DICKENS, CHARLES; LITERATURE AND THE CINEMA; MUSICALS; SURREALISM AND THE CINEMA; THEATRE AND THE CINEMA; GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; DAVID COPPERFIELD (US, George Cukor, 1935); GREAT EXPECTATIONS (UK, David Lean, 1946); GREAT EXPECTATIONS (UK, Joseph Hardy, 1975); OLIVER TWIST (UK, David Lean, 1948); SCROOGE (US, Brian Desmond Hurst, 1951); SCROOGE (UK, Ronald Neame, 1970); TALE OF TWO CITIES, A (US, Jack Conway, 1935) Summary: This book discusses the works of Charles Dickens that has been adapted into film up until the mid 1970s. It discusses Dickens's relationship to the theatre (cinema's closest ancestor), the Victorian values of Dickens's work, the cinematic elements of Dickens's writing, and modern filmic adaptations of his work. Notes: Includes filmography -- collection's copy is fragile, handle with care ISBN: 0879684569 LON: 76016479; 174074 More info
Directory of world cinema : Russia
Bristol, UK ; Chicago: Intellect., 2011.
Available at ProQuest (RMIT login required) Call No: 71 (47) DIR Author: Beumers, Birgit Place: Bristol, UK ; Chicago Publisher: Intellect. PubDate: 2011 PhysDes: 333 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Series: Directory of world cinema, 2040-7971 ; v.4
Directory of world cinema ; v. 4. Subject: RUSSIA; RUSSIA IN FILMS; RUSSIANS IN FILMS; U.S.S.R.; U.S.S.R. IN FILMS; SOVIET UNION; BAUER, EVGENII; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI; VERTOV, DZIGA; TARKOVSKII, ANDREI; MIKHALKOV, NIKITA; SOKUROV, ALEKSANDR; WOLFY; VOLCHOK; KINOTAVR Summary: Analysis of Russian films over the last hundred plus years through the lens of genre (alien to Soviet film culture, which perceived genre as a low-culture, capitalist mass product). Each chapter begins with a broad overview of the films categorised within a particular genre and a description of the political and cultural context in which these films were produced. Films are then individually summarised and critiqued. Preliminary chapters discuss 2009 Film of the Year,Vasilii Sigarev's Wolfy; film production in Russia; Russian directors; and the concept of genre in Russia. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and filmography. ISBN: 9781841503721 (pbk.)
184150372X (pbk.) Donation: Senses of Cinema Contents: Film of the year : Vasilii Sigarev's Wolfy (2009) -- Interview : Vasilii Sigarev and Iana Troianova -- Film production in Russia : an industry? -- Festival focus : Kinotavr -- What does zhanr mean in Russian -- Directors : Evgenii Bauer, Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, Andrei Tarkovskii, Nikita Mikhalkov, Aleksandr Sokurov -- Historical film : Essay ; Reviews -- War film : Essay ; Reviews -- Comedy and musical comedy : Essay ; Reviews -- Melodrama : Essay ; Reviews -- Literary adaptation : Essay ; Reviews -- Biopic : Essay ; Reviews -- Action/ Red Western : Essay ; Reviews -- Children's films : Essay ; Reviews -- Animation : Essay ; Reviews -- Documentary : Essay ; Reviews -- Recommended reading : Russian Cinema Online. URL status: URL: 'https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/rmit/detail.action?docID=632577'
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Documenting the documentary : close readings of documentary films and video / edited by Barry Keith Grant and Jeannette Sloniowski, forward by Bill Nichols
Detroit MI: Wayne State University Press, 1998.
Call No: 761 DOC Author: Grant, Barry Keith; Sloniowski, Jeanette Place: Detroit MI Publisher: Wayne State University Press PubDate: 1998 PhysDes: 488 p. ; 23 cm Subject: DOCUMENTARY FILMS; FLAHERTY, ROBERT; VERTOV, DZIGA; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; BUNUEL, LUIS; WRIGHT, BASIL; RIEFENSTAHL, LENI; NANOOK OF THE NORTH (US, Robert Flaherty, 1922); CELOVEK S KINOAPPARATOM (UR, Dziga Vertov, 1929); QUE VIVA MEXICO! (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, [prod. 1932]); HURDES, LAS (SP, Luis Bunuel, 1933); SONG OF CEYLON, THE (UK, Basil Wright, 1934); TRIUMPH DES WILLENS (G, Leni Riefenstahl, 1935); PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS, THE (US, Pare Lorentz, 1936); CITY, THE (US, Ralph Steiner, 1939); SPANISH EARTH, THE (US, Joris Ivens, 1937); LISTEN TO BRITAIN (UK, Humphrey Jennings/Stewart McAllister, 1942); BLOOD OF THE BEASTS (FR, Georges Franju,1949); SANG DES BETES, LE (FR, Georges Franju,1949); MAITRES FOUS, LES (FR, Jean Rouch, 1955); NUIT ET BROUILLARD (FR, Alain Resnais, 1955); DONT LOOK BACK (US, D.A. Pennebaker, 1967); TITICUT FOLLIES (US, Frederick Wiseman, 1967); HORA DE LOS HORNOS, LA (AG, Fernado E. Solanos, 1968); ACT OF SEEING WITH ONE'S OWN EYES, THE (US, Stan Brakhage, 1971); AMERICAN FAMILY, AN [TV](US, 1973); DAISY, THE STORY OF A FACELIFT (CN, Michael Rubbo, 1982); THIS IS SPINAL TAP (US, Rob Reiner, 1984); SHERMAN'S MARCH (US, Ross McElwee, 1986 [prod. 1981]); I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS I AM LIKE (US, Bill Viola, 1986); JOURNEY, THE (CN, Peter Watkins, 1987); THIN BLUE LINE, THE (US, Errol Morris, 1988); ROGER AND ME (US, Michael Moore, 1989); TONGUES UNTIED (US, Marlon Riggs, 1989); PARIS IS BURNING (US, Jennie Livingston, 1990); FINDING CHRISTA (US, Camille Billops/James Hatch, 1991) Summary: Documenting the Documentary features essays by twenty-seven film scholars from a wide range of critical and theoretical perspectives. Each essay focuses on one or two important documentaries, engaging in questions surrounding ethics, ideology, politics, power, race, gender, and representation -- but always in terms of how they arise out of or are involved in the reading of specific documentaries as particular textual constructions. By closely reading documentaries as rich visual works, this anthology fills a void in the critical writing on documentaries, which tends to privilege production over aesthetic pleasure. As we perceive and comprehend the world through visual media increasingly, understanding the textual strategies by which individual documentaries are organized has become critically important. Together, the essays cover the significant developments in the history of the documentary, from the first commercially released feature, Nanook of the North (1922), to modern independent productions, such as An American Family (1973), Tongues Untied (1989), and Finding Christa (1991), and including important national and stylistic movements and various production contexts from the mainstream to the avant-garde. Seth Feldman places Dziga Vertov's Man with a Movie Camera (1929) within the context of constructivism and futurism; Vivian Sobchack discusses the strategies of Bunuel's Las Hurdas (Land without Bread, 1931) in relation to surrealism; and Joanne Hershfield explores Que viva Mexico! (1932) as the presentation of an exotic culture by a European director. Documenting the Documentary offers clear, serious, and insightful analyses of documentary films, and is a welcome balancebetween theory and criticism, abstract conceptualization and concrete analysis. --FROM PUBLISHER'S SITE Notes: includes bibliiographic references and index ISBN: 0814326390 Contents: Filmmaker as hunter / William Rothman -- Peace between man and machine / Seth Feldman -- Paradise regained / Joanne Hershfield -- Synthetic vision / Vivian Sobchack -- Art of national projection / William Guynn -- Mass psychology of fascist cinema / Frank P. Tomasulo -- American documentary finds its voice / Charlie Keil -- Men cannot act before the camera in the presence of death / Thomas Waugh -- Poetics of propaganda / Jim Leach -- It was an atrocious film / Jeannette Sloniowski -- Dialogic imagination of Jean Rouch / Diane Scheinman -- Documenting the ineffable / Sandy Flitterman-Lewis -- Don't you ever just watch? / Jeanne Hall -- Ethnography in the first person / Barry Keith Grant -- Two avant-gardes / Robert Stam -- Seeing with experimental eyes / Bart Testa -- Bastard union of several forms / Jeffrey K. Ruoff -- Documentary of displaced persona / Joan Nicks -- Gender, power, and a cucumber / Carl Plantinga -- Documentary film and the discourse of hysterical/historical narrative / Lucy Fischer -- Subjectivity lost and found / Catherine Russell -- Filmmaker as global circumnavigator / Scott MacDonald -- Mirrors without memories / Linda Williams -- Documentaphobia and mixed modes / Matthew Bernstein -- Silence and its opposite / Sheila Petty -- Containing fire / Caryl Flinn -- Contested territory / Julia Lesage More info
Eisenstein : a life in conflict / by Ronald Bergen
New York: Overlook Press, 1999.
Call No: 81EIS BER Author: Bergen, Ronald Source: US Place: New York Publisher: Overlook Press PubDate: 1999 PhysDes: xvi, 384 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm. Subject: EISENSTEIN, SERGEI Summary: "Sergei Eisenstein, one of the towering geniuses of world cinema, was not only a leading practitioner of his art, but its principal theorist. His landmark films - from the "dynamic montage" of The Battleship Potemkin to the baroque magnificence of Ivan the Terrible - are still watched, admired and taught the world over, regarded as pioneering classics of the medium. Sergei Eisenstein: A Life in Conflict tells the dramatic story of this great director's life and his groundbreaking work - from his precocious childhood to his explosion on the revolutionary art scene, through his landmark film career and relationships with artists as diverse as James Joyce and Walt Disney, to his untimely death at age fifty. Drawing upon recently released material from the Soviet archives and from psychologically revealing personal letters, diaries and sketches, Ronald Bergan sheds new light on the influence of Eisenstein's parents, his childhood and his ambivalent sexuality on his life and work." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Filmography: p. 351-361; Includes biographical references and index ISBN: 087951924X Donation: Donated by Simon Wincer Contents: Author's note -- Acknowledgements -- Prologue: Yo! -- Part 1 Enthusiasm -- The childhood of Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein -- Revolution! -- Agitka! -- Cine-Fist! -- Fire! -- Forward, comrades! -- Poet and peasant -- Part II Mr Eisenstein in the land of capitalists -- Western Approaches -- A Russian in Paris -- Hollywood and bust -- Trouble in Paradise -- Part III Back in the USSR -- The rule of the game -- 'The old man' -- Crimes and misdemeanours -- Heroes and villains -- The earthly Tsar -- Danse macabre -- Epilogue: taking tea in Eisenstein's brain -- Filmography -- Bibliography -- Notes -- Index More info
Eisenstein, ecstacy, Joyce, and Hebraism
Critical inquiry (Spring 2000) vol.26 iss.3 p.529-557 Call No: PERSONALITY CLIPPINGS FILE; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M. Author: Goodwin, James PhysDes: Article Subject: RELIGION IN FILMS; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M. Summary: Goodwin examines Sergei Eisenstein's thinking on ecstasy within his practices as a graphic artist, particularly in the form of contour drawing, and in his films. He establishes a more intimate connection between Eisenstein and the intellect and imagination at work in James Joyce's "Ulysses," beyond the novel's most apparent stylistic and structural properties. The principal sites for this connection are to be found in the thematics of contemporary Hebraism and scenes of profane ritual. -- article abstract provided by publisher More info
Eisenstein on the audiovisual : the montage of music, image and sound in cinema / Robert Robertson
London: I.B. Tauris, 2009.
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Empty moments : Cinema, modernity, and drift / Leo Charney
Durham, London: Duke University Press, 1998.
Call No: 631 CHA Author: Charney, Leo Place: Durham, London Publisher: Duke University Press PubDate: 1998 PhysDes: ix, 189 pages ; 25 cm Subject: PHILOSOPHY AND THE CINEMA; AESTHETICS; PERCEPTION; SURREALISM AND THE CINEMA; UNCANNY GAZE; MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD; DULAC, GERMAINE; BRETON, ANDRE; HUSSERL, EDMUND; HEIDEGGER, MARTIN; SAUSSURE, FERDINAND DE; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; EPSTEIN, JEAN Summary: "In Empty Moments, Leo Charney describes the defining quality of modernity as "drift" - the experience of being unable to locate a stable sense of the present. Through an exploration of artistic, philosophical, and scientific interrogations of the experience of time, Charney presents cinema as the emblem of modern culture's preoccupation with the reproduction of the present.
Empty Moments creates a catalytic dialogue among those who, at the time of the invention of film, attempted to define the experience of the fleeting present. Interspersing philosophical discussions with stylistically innovative prose, Charney mingles Proust's conception of time/ memory with Cubism's attempt to interpret time through perspective and Surrealism's exploration of subliminal representations of the present. Other topics include Husserl's insistence that the present can only be fantasy or fabrication and the focus on impossibility, imperfection, and loss in Kelvin's laws of thermodynamics. Ultimately, Charney's work hints at parallels among such examples, the advent and popularity of cinema, and early film theory." -- Blurb Notes: Includes notes, bibliography and index ISBN: 0822320908 Donation: Adrian Miles Contents: One: Drift -- Two: The present moment -- Three: Peaks and valleys -- Four: What's the use? -- Five: Boredom -- Six: The end of pleasure -- Seven: A horizontal line More info
The face on film / Noa Steimatsky
New York: Oxford Univesity Press, 2017.
Call No: 747.7 STE Author: Steimatsky, Noa Edition: 2017 Place: New York Publisher: Oxford Univesity Press PubDate: 2017 PhysDes: 280 p. : illustrated ; 26 cm Subject: FACE IN FILMS; AU HASARD, BALTHAZAR (FR/SW, Robert Bresson, 1966); ANTONIONI, MICHELANGELO; BARTHES, ROLAND; BAZIN, ANDRE; BENJAMIN, WALTER; BRESSON, ROBERT; JOURNAL D'UN CURE DE CAMPAGNE (FR, Robert Bresson, 1951); EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; DREYER, CARL TH.; PROCES DE JEANNE D'ARC (FR, Robert Bresson, 1962); GODARD, JEAN-LUC; HITCHCOCK, ALFRED; SEDGWICK, EDIE; WARHOL, ANDY; OUTER AND INNER SPACE (US, Andy Warhol, 1965); WRONG MAN, THE (US, Alfred Hitchcock, 1957); FUNNY FACE (US, Stanley Donen, 1957) Notes: The human face was said to have been rediscovered with the advent of motion pictures, in which it was often viewed as expressive locus, as figure, and even as essence of the cinema. But how has this modern, technological, mass-circulating medium revealed the face in ways that are also distinct from any other? How has it altered our perception of this quintessential incarnation of the person? The archaic powers of masks and icons, the fashioning of the individual in the humanist portrait, the modernist anxieties of fragmentation and de-figuration—these are among the cultural precedents informing our experience in the movie theatre. Yet the moving, time-based image also offers radical new confrontations with the face: Dreyer's Passion of Joan of Arc, Donen's Funny Face, Hitchcock's The Wrong Man, Bresson's Au hazard, Balthazar, Antonioni's Screen Test, Warhol's filmic portraits of celebrity and anonymity. Such intense encounters, examined in this book, manifest a desire for transparency and plenitude, but—especially in post-classical cinema—also betray a profound ambiguity that haunts the human countenance, confronting interiority as opacity, treading the gap between image and language. The spectacular impact of the cinematic face is uncannily intertwined with a reticence, an ineffability; but is it not for this very reason that—like faces in the world—it still enthralls us? -- publisher's web site ISBN: 9780199863167 Contents: Acknowledgements -- Preface: Face Moving Image -- A Dispositif -- An Ur-Image -- The Face Against the Image -- Itineraries Chapter One: We Had Faces, Then -- Expressivity in the 1920s -- Joan of Arc, Inevitably -- The Face and its Voices -- Glamour/Anti-Glamour Chapter Two: Roland Barthes Looks at the Stars -- Towards “Visages et Figures,” and circa 1953 Excursus on the Face in Language -- Into the Movie Theater -- Ultra-Face Excursus on the Mask -- From Cult to Charm: Funny Face Chapter Three: Face-to-Face (with The Wrong Man) -- What Godard Saw -- What the Clerk Saw Excursus on Anthropometrics -- Not a Mirror, Not a Lamp Chapter Four: Pass/Fail: Screen Test, Apparatus, Subject -- The Antonioni Screen Test Excursus on the Portrait -- Outer and Inner Space, and the Pathos of Time -- Fail Better Chapter Five: In Reticence (Bresson) -- The Epidermal and the Written -- The Image Against the Face -- Not an Open Book, but a Door Ajar -- Postface: The Two-Shot: Inherent More info
Film fables / Jacques Rancier ; translated by Emiliano Battista
New York: Berg Publishers, 2006.
Call No: 63 RAN Author: Rancier, Jacques; Battista, Emiliano Source: FR/US Place: New York Publisher: Berg Publishers PubDate: 2006 PhysDes: viii, 196 pages ; 24 cm Subject: AESTHETICS; ART AND THE CINEMA; ART CINEMA; AUTEUR THEORY; CINEMATOGRAPHY; DOCUMENTARY FILMS; HISTORY AND THE CINEMA; HISTORY OF CINEMA; NARRATIVE IN FILMS; PHILOSOPHY AND THE CINEMA; SYMBOLISM IN FILMS; BRESSON, ROBERT; DELEUZE, GILLES; EPSTEIN, JEAN; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; HITCHCOCK, ALFRED; LANG, FRITZ; MANN, ANTHONY; MARKER, CHRIS; MEDVEKIN, ALEXANDER; MURNAU, FRIEDRICH WILHELM; OZU YASUJIRO; RAY, NICHOLAS; ROSSELLINI, ROBERTO; VERTOV, DZIGA; AU HASARD, BALTHAZAR (FR/SW, Robert Bresson, 1966); BRONENOSETS POTEMKIN [BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1925); CHINOISE, LA (FR, Jean-Luc Godard, 1967); FAUST (G, Friedrich Wilhelm Marnau, 1926); WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS (US, Fritz Lang, 1955) Summary: "Film Fables traces the history of modern cinema, moving effortlessly from Eisenstein's and Murnau's transition from theatre to film to Fritz Lang's confrontation with television, from the classical poetics of Mann's Westerns to Ray's romantic poetics of the image, from Rossellini's neo-realism to Deleuze's philosophy of the cinema and Marker's documentaries." Notes: Includes index ISBN: 9781845201685 ID2: 291 More info
The film factory : Russian and Soviet cinema in documents 1896-1939 / Edited by Richard Taylor and Ian Christie
London: Routledge, 1988.
Call No: 71(47) TAY Author: Taylor, Richard; Christie, Ian Edition: 1988 Place: London Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 1988 PhysDes: 458 pages : illustrated ; 25 cm Subject: USSR; KULESOV, LEV; MEYERHOLD, VSEVOLOD; KOZINTSEV, GRIGORI; VERTOV, DZIGA; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; SHKLOVSKY, VICTOR; SHUB, ESTHER; DOVZENKO, ALEKSANDR; PUDOVKIN, VSEVELOD; STALIN [J.] IN FILMS; LENIN [V.I.] IN FILMS ISBN: 9780415052986 Donation: Adrian Miles More info
Film rhythm after sound : technology, music, and performance / Lea Jacobs
Oakland, California: University of California Press, .
Call No: 70"1" JAC Author: Jacobs, Lea Source: US Place: Oakland, California Publisher: University of California Press PubDate:  PhysDes: xii, 266 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm Subject: DAWN PATROL, THE (US, Edmund Goulding, 1938); DIALOGUE; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; HAWKS, HOWARD; IVAN GROZNY [IVAN THE TERRIBLE] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, pt.1:1945, pt.2:1958[prod.1946]); SCARFACE (US, Howard Hawks, 1932); TWENTIETH CENTURY (US, Howard Hawks, 1934); WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS; SOUND Summary: The seemingly effortless integration of sound, movement, and editing in films of the late 1930s stands in vivid contrast to the awkwardness of the first talkies. Film Rhythm after Sound analyzes this evolution via close examination of important prototypes of early sound filmmaking, as well as contemporary discussions of rhythm, tempo, and pacing. Jacobs looks at the rhythmic dimensions of performance and sound in a diverse set of case studies: the Eisenstein-Prokofiev collaboration Ivan the Terrible, Disney's Silly Symphonies and early Mickey Mouse cartoons, musicals by Lubitsch and Mamoulian.- from Publisher website. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-252, filmography (pages 253-256) and index. ISBN: 9780520279650 Contents: Introduction : film rhythm and the problem of sound -- A lesson with Eisenstein : rhythm and pacing in Ivan the Terrible, Part I -- Mickey Mousing reconsidered -- Lubitsch and Mamoulian -- Dialogue timing and performance in Hawks. More info
Film world : a guide to cinema / by Ivor Montagu
Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books, 1964.
Call No: 62 MON Author: Montagu, Ivor Goldsmid Samuel, 1904 Source: US Place: Harmondsworth, England Publisher: Penguin Books PubDate: 1964 PhysDes: 327 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm Subject: AESTHETICS; ART CINEMA; BUDGETING; CINEMATOGRAPHY; EDITING; INDUSTRY, FILM; REALISM IN FILMS; PRODUCTION COSTS; SCIENCE AND THE CINEMA; SOUND; SPECIAL EFFECTS; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M. Summary: "At a moment when the cinema is struggling to escape from both the Hollywood blockbuster and the art form, FILM WORLD is a reminder of the true nature of cinema itself. In a personal survey of astonishing range and uncommon perception of Ivor Montagu shows us the facts of the film as art form, as undustry, and as a means of social communication. The four parts of the book - Film as Science, Film as Art, Film as Commodity, and Film as Vehicle - cover every aspect of the medium - its history, its resemblance to and difference from other arts, its aesthetic laws, the compound effects of sound and vision, the business side and in particular the inherent tendency towards monopoly." [Taken from book blurb] Notes: Contains index LON: nla07041764; 6387892 URL status: URL: 'http://-'
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Filmosophy / Daniel Frampton
London: Wallflower Press, 2006.
Call No: 630.5 FRA Author: Frampton, Daniel Source: UK Place: London Publisher: Wallflower Press PubDate: 2006 PhysDes: 254 pages ; 22 cm Subject: AESTHETICS; ARTAUD, ANTONIN; CAVELL, STANLEY; DELEUZE, GILLES; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; JULIEN DONKEY-BOY (US, Harmony Korine, 1999) Summary: "Filmosophy is a provocative new manifesto for a radically philosophical way of understanding cinema. It coalesces twentieth-century ideas of film as thought (from Hugo Münsterberg to Gilles Deleuze) into a practical theory of "film-thinking," arguing that film style conveys poetic ideas through a constant dramatic "intent" about the characters, spaces, and events of film. Discussing contemporary filmmakers such as Béla Tarr and the Dardenne brothers, this timely contribution to the study of film and philosophy will provoke debate among audiences and filmmakers alike." - taken from publisher website. Notes: "a manifesto for a radically new way of understanding cinema"--Cover. -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 214-247) and index ISBN: 1904764843 Contents: 1. Film minds -- 2. Film-beings -- 3. Film phenomenology -- 4. Film neominds -- 5. Filmind -- 6. Film narration -- 7. Film-thinking -- 8. Filmgoer -- 9. Film writing -- 10. Filmosophy -- Conclusion More info
Happiness by design : modernism and media in the Eames era / Justus Nieland
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2020.
Call No: 226 NIE Author: Nieland, Justus Edition: 2020 Place: Minneapolis Publisher: University of Minnesota Press PubDate: 2020 PhysDes: 424 pages : illustrated ; 23 cm Subject: ART DIRECTION; MODERNISM AND THE CINEMA; BARTHES, ROLAND; COMMUNICATIONS; DEREN, MAYA; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; MCLUHAN, MARSHALL; VAN DER BEEK, STAN; WOLLEN, PETER Summary: Happiness by Design offers a fresh cultural history of midcentury modernism through the film and multimedia experiments of Charles and Ray Eames and their peers. Justus Nieland traces how Cold War designers engaged in creative activities that spanned disciplines and blended art and technoscience while reckoning with the environmental reach of media at the dawn of the information age. -- publisher's web site ISBN: 9781517902056 Contents: Contents -- Introduction -- 1. Happy Furniture: On the Media Environments of the Eames Chair -- 2. The Scale Is the World: Designer Pedagogy and Expanded Cinema -- 3. Management Cinema: Film, Communication, and Postwar World-Making in Aspen -- 4. Memories of Overdevelopment: The Vision Conferences and the Fate of Environmental Design -- 5. Designer Film Theory: Techniques of Happiness -- 6. Designer Film Theory, II: Media Pedagogy and Modernist Information Aesthetics -- Coda: The Norton Chair, Circa 1970: Trilling or Eames? -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Index More info
Literature and film / Robert Richardson
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1969.
Call No: 753 RIC Author: Richardson, Robert D., 1934 Source: US Place: Bloomington Publisher: Indiana University Press PubDate: c1969 PhysDes: ix, 149 p. 22 cm Subject: ADAPTATIONS; ADAPTATIONS. DICKENS, CHARLES; ADAPTATIONS. SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM; LITERATURE AND THE CINEMA; POETRY AND THE CINEMA; AGEE, JAMES; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; FELLINI, FEDERICO; GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK Summary: "Beginning with the simple but possibly crucial observation that, in general, literature and film are storytelling arts, Mr. Richardson presents a lucid and straightforward analysis arguing that film and literature are not the entirely different, antithetical disciplines that they are widely held to be. He shows clearly the relationship of film to literature, outlining differences as well as similarities, and common goals as well as divergent aims appropriate to the two arts, demonstrating how each form and its associated criticism is frequently able to illuminate and enliven the other. A film's consciousness sharpens the reader's alertness to the visual and aural qualities that mark much great writing, and literary training, in turn, adds depth and perspective to appreciation of film. Mr. Richardson goes on to present some of the literary influences, such as the writings Dickens and Flaubert, that have significantly affected film since the era of D.W. Griffith, and he discusses film's major influences on modern literature. The author concludes with an extended exploration of the relationship of film to poetry, suggesting that while the two forms have been concerned with similar thematic material and make use of similar techniques, film has dealt more significantly with the question of how to find a humane, noncoercive order in life. Notes: Bibliography: p. 133-142 ISBN: 0253148456 LON: 72085098; 589352 More info
Nonindifferent nature : Neravnodushnadia priroda. English / Sergei Eisenstein ; translated by Herbert Marshall
Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Sergei Eisenstein, selected works : Volume I, Writings, 1922-1934 / edited and translated by Richard Taylor
London: I.B. Tauris, 2010.
Call No: 623 EIS Author: Eisenstein, Sergei; Taylor, Richard (ed.) Source: UK/US Place: London Publisher: I.B. Tauris PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: ix, 334 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Series: Selected works Subject: MONTAGE; THEORY; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M. Summary: "Superbly translated from the definitive Russian texts, and copiously annotated, Volume 1 documents the complex course of Eisenstein's writings during the revolutionary years prior to the establishment of Socialist Realism as orthodox Soviet aesthetic doctrine. This was also the period of Eisenstein's great silent masterpieces, The Strike, The Battleship Potemkin, October and The General Line, and of his controversial sojourns in Hollywood and Mexico. The writings in this first volume give a picture of Eisenstein the committed socialist artist, passionately engaged in the debates over the art forms of the future, but also of Eisenstein the humorist and Eisenstein the profoundly innovative aesthetic thinker." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Translated from the Russian ISBN: 9781848853553 Contents: -- general editor's preface -- introduction -- translator's note -- abbreviations -- 1922 -- 1: Sergei Yutkevich and Eisenstein: The Eighth art. On expressionism, America and, of course, Chaplain -- 1923 -- 2: The Montage of Attractions -- 1924 -- 3: The Montage of Film Attractions -- 1925 -- 4: The problem of the materialist approach to form -- 5: the method of making a worker's film -- 1926 -- 6: Constanta (whither The Battleship Potemkin) -- 7: However odd - Khokhlova! -- 8: Eisenstein on Eisenstein, the director of Potemkin -- 9: Bela Forgets the scissors -- 10: the two skulls of Alexander the Great -- 11: The German Cinema. A Traveller's Impressions -- 1927 -- 12: give us a state plan -- 1928 -- 13. Literature and cinema. Reply to a questionnaire -- 14. What we are expecting from the pary conference on cinema -- 15. Our October. Beyond the played and the non-played -- 16: for a worker's hit -- 17: Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin and Grigori Alexandrov: statement on sound -- 18: an unexpected juncture -- 19: Eisenstein and Grigori Alexandrov: The Twelfth Year -- 20: the GTK teaching and research workshop. A conversation with the leader of the workshop, S. M. Eisenstein -- 1929 -- 21: conversation with Eisenstein on Sound Cinema -- 22: the form of the script -- 23: The Arsenal -- 24: beyond the shot -- 25: perspectives -- the dramaturgy of film form (the dialectical approach to film form -- 27: the fourth dimension in cinema -- 1930 -- 28: the principles of the new russian cinema -- 29: Rin-Tin-Tin does his tricks for noted russian movie man -- 30: the dynamic square -- 1932 -- 31: help yourself! -- 32: in the interests of form -- 1933 -- 33: through the revolution to art: through art to the revolution -- 34: pantagruel will be born -- 35: to your posts -- 36: Georges Melies mistake -- 37: an attack by class allies -- 38: cinema and the classics -- 1944 -- 39: for elevated ideological content, for Film Culture! -- 40: on fascism, German cinema and Real life. Open letters to the German minister of propoganda, Dr Goebbels -- 41: 'Eh!' on the purity of film language -- 42: At last! -- notes -- index -- More info
Sergei Eisenstein: selected works : volume 2, Towards aTheory of Montage / edited by Michael Glenny and Richard Taylor
London: I.B. Tauris, 2010.
Call No: 623 EIS Author: Eisenstein, Sergei; Glenny, Michael (ed.); Taylor, Richard (ed.) Source: US/UK Place: London Publisher: I.B. Tauris PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: xx, 428 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Series: Selected works Subject: MONTAGE; THEORY; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M. Summary: "The name of Sergei Eisenstein has long been synonymous with the idea of montage, as exemplified in his silent classics such as The Strike (1925), The Battleship Potemkin (1925), and October (1927). In the 1930s his style changed, partly to accomodate the arrival of sound, and his ideas on audio-visual counterpoint developed. Between 1937 and 1940 he elaborated his ideas on montage in a series of essays, most of which remained unpublished until after his death and which are published in English for the first time inTowards a Theory of Montage. Collectively these essays present the essence of Eisenstein's thinking on cinema and aesthetics more generaaly and reveal him as one of the most significant philosophers of art of the twentieth century." -- BOOK BLURB Notes: Translated from Russian ISBN: 9781848853560 Contents: -- general editor's preface -- Michael Glenny: an appreciation -- note on sources -- introduction: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith -- on the story of 'Montage 1937' -- foreword -- 1: draft of 'introduction' -- part one: montage in single set-up cinema -- 2: montage 1937 -- 3: montage and architecture -- 4: Yermolova -- part two: montage in multiple set-up cinema -- 5: laocoon -- 6: Pushkin the Montageur: 'The battle against the pechenegs' and 'poltava' The iron cannon-balls -- part three: sound-film montage -- 7: [rhythm] -- 8: 'The girl like a ray of light' -- 9:on colour -- 10: unity in image -- 11: Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina' - the races -- 12: montage 1938 -- 13: Vertical montage -- notes -- index -- More info
Sexualität und widerstand [= sexuality and resistance] : Internationale Filmkulturen / Aylin Basaran, Julia B. Köhne, Klaudija Sabo, Christina Wieder (Hg.)
Berlin: Mandelbaum, 2018.
Call No: 749.0 SEX Author: Basaran, Aylin ; Köhne, Julia B ; Sabo, Klaudija ; Wieder, Christina Place: Berlin Publisher: Mandelbaum PubDate: 2018 PhysDes: 400 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Subject: SEX IN FILMS; PORNOGRAPHIC FILMS; PORNOGRAPHY AND THE CINEMA; PORNOGRAPHY IN FILMS; SCIENTISTS IN FILMS; SCIENCE IN FILMS; HISTORY OF CINEMA. SILENT PERIOD; HISTORY OF CINEMA. 1920's; HISTORY OF CINEMA. 1930's; EKSTASE (CZ/A, Gustav Machaty, 1933); BERKELEY, BUSBY; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; JOHNNY GUITAR (US, Nicholas Ray, 1954); SUNA NO ONNA (JA, Hiroshi Teshigahara, 1964); RANI RADOVI (YU, Zelmir Zilnik, 1969); YUGOSLAVIA; REPRODUCTION IN FILMS; TANGOS - L'EXIL DE GARDEL (FR/AG, Fernando E. Solanas, 1985); ZOMBIES IN FILMS AND TV; BLACK PANTHER (US, Ryan Coogler, 2018) Summary: "Wie inszeniert das Medium Film das Zusammenspiel von Sexualität, Widerstand und Körperpolitiken? Welche Formen von Sexualität und erotischer Sinnlichkeit, die entweder als widerständige Handlungsweisen oder als Teil von politischem Widerstand adressiert werden können, wurden in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten in internationalen Filmkulturen visualisiert und damit hervorgehoben? Kann die Darstellung des sexualisierten Körpers oder sexuellen Akts in bestimmten Kontexten zu einer politischen Waffe werden? Welchen Raum erhalten dabei divergierende sexuelle Orientierungen und Praktiken etwa im Verbund mit homosexuellem Begehren?
Der Sammelband vereint eine Mischung aus interdisziplinären und künstlerischen Zugängen zum Thema Sexualität und Widerstand und spürt seinen (audio-)visuellen Vermittlungen aus lokaler und transnationaler Perspektive nach. Das breite Spektrum an Textgenres reicht von akademischen Reflexionen über Malerei bis hin zu Dichtkunst und Bildcollagen. Fragen der Film-, Medien-, Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaft sowie Geschlechterforschung und Zeitgeschichte treffen in diesem Band auf sexualwissenschaftliche und medizinhistorische Ansätze." -- FROM BLURB Notes: In German and English ISBN: 9783854768265 Language: German and English Donation: Senses of Cinema Contents: Sexualität und Widerstand : Internationale Filmkulturen / Aylin Basaran, Julia B. Köhne, Klaudija Sabo, Christina Wieder --
"Aufklärung? Abschreckung? in der mit Sexualität gespannten Atmosphäre des Kinos?" : Sexualität in Wiener klinischen und populärwissenschaftlichen Filmen der Moderne / Katrin Pilz --
'Die neue Frau' oder 'die verlorene Rebellion' / Karin Moser --
Experiment : Projektionenserie / Barbara Eichinger --
From Siegfried Kracauer to Busby Berkeley : Ornamental Bodies in 1930 's film / Isabel Capeloa Gil --
Eisensteins sexuelle Politiken / Peter Grabher --
Sex als Tauschmittel : Beispiele aus Mauthausen / Helga Amesberger und Brigitte Halbmayr --
"That's big talk for a little gun" : Geschlechterrollenwechsel in Nicholas Rays "Johnny Guitar" (1954) / Klaus S. Davidowicz --
Treibsand und Abgrund : Sexualität und Geschlechterkampf in Hiroshi Teshigaharas "Die Frau in den Dünen" (1964) / Gerda Klingenböck --
Erotik, Gewalt und Folklore : die Inszenierung geschlechtlicher und ethnischer Differenz im jugoslawischen Kino um 1968 / Anna Schober --
Die Revolution nach der Revolution : die jugoslawische Jugend im Aufbruch im Film "Rani Radovi" (1961 von Želimir Žilnik / Klaudija Sabo --
Absentes vergegenwärtigen : Schwangerschafisabbruch und Fötalimagologie in westlichen Filmkulturen seit den 1960er Jahren / Julia Barbara Köhne --
Ästhetische Grenzüberschreitungen und widerständige Körper in Fernando Solanas' "Tangos : El Exilio de Gardel" (1985) / Christina Wieder --
Vor der Vertreibung aus dem Paradies : Živko Nikolic' "Lepota Poroka" ["Die Schönheit der Sünde"] (1986) / Andreas Filipovic --
Sexy Zombies? : On the Improbable Possibility of Loving the Undead / Kobi Kabalek --
Goldene Zitronen : Körperpolitiken in Beyoncés "Lemonade" (2016) / Marietta Kesting --
Figurationen der Unkalkulierbarkeit : Maren Ades "Toni Erdmann" (2016) / Monika Bernold --
Wie man Körper wahrnimmt : eine Einübung nach Lukrez / Thomas Ballhausen --
What If the Revolution could be Televised? : "Black Panther" (2018) and the Utopia of Wakanda / Aylin Basaran and Justin Leggs --
Come on Baby, Light my Fire / Sonja Gassner --
Frank Stern zum 75sten / Andreas Huyssen --
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Sowjetischer stummfilm = Soviet silent film : Kommunales Kino Freiburg
Freiburg: [Kommunales Kino Freiburg], [1962?].
Call No: 71(47)SOW CorpAuthor: Kommunales Kino Freiburg Place: Freiburg Publisher: [Kommunales Kino Freiburg] PubDate: [1962?] PhysDes: 16 p. ; 30 cm Subject: USSR; VERTOV, DZIGA; EISENSTEIN, SERGEI M.; DOVZENKO, ALEKSANDR; MEDVEKIN, ALEXANDER Summary: Photocopied program notes on Soviet silent film (12 p.) + notes marked "Stockholm 1959" (2 + 2 p.) "Films de la Cinematheque Francaise" and "Films de provenance etrangere". Language: German; French More info