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Thu Oct 16 17:50:10 2014 UTClccn-n790263250.00When we were good0.610.82Performance /108285867Colin_MacCaben 79026325260041Mac Cabe Colin 1949-....Mac Cabe Colin M. J. 1949-....MacCabe, C. M. J.MacCabe, C. M. J. 1949-MacCabe, C. M. J. (Colin M. J.)MacCabe, C. M. J. (Colin M. J.), 1949-MacCabe Colin 1949-....MacCabe, Colin Myles Joseph 1949-Mc Cabe Colin 1949-....Mc Cabe Colin M. J. 1949-....McCabe Colin 1949-....McCabe Colin M. J. 1949-....マッケイブ, コリンlccn-n79056824Joyce, James1882-1941othdtelccn-n79055544Godard, Jean-Luc1930-dteedtlccn-n81125373British Film Institutedstlccn-nr2004004040Jalfon, Paulaprolccn-n92020089Julien, Isaacprodrtnc-minerva pictures firmMinerva Pictures (Firm)lccn-n85308710Snead, James A.1953-1989lccn-n82065739West, Corneledtlccn-n2003048950Shafto, Sallyauictbnp-finch, adamFinch, AdamflmMacCabe, ColinCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyDramaExhibition catalogsDiariesMotion picturesJoyce, James,Godard, Jean-Luc,United StatesAfrican Americans in motion picturesAfrican AmericansPopular cultureItalyPhilologyMotion picture producers and directorsFranceCaravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da,PsychoanalysisPaintersLacan, Jacques,World War (1939-1945)ArtistsPhilology, ModernWarhol, Andy,Stalin, Joseph,Great BritainImperialism in motion picturesMotion pictures--Social aspectsTelevision broadcasting--Social aspectsCulture in motion picturesCultureDiscourse analysisSemioticsMotion pictures and languageIntellectualsArt and motion picturesMotion pictures and televisionMotion pictures and literatureFilm adaptationsPsycholinguistics--Therapeutic useLinguisticsPerformance (Motion picture)IrelandLiteratureItaly--RomeUnderground movements, WarVideo gamesMotion pictures--ColoniesYoung soul rebels (Motion picture)Motion pictures in propagandaDocumentary films--Political aspectsImperialismGerman Occupation of Italy (1943-1945)Julien, IsaacMotion picture plays19491970197119761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201412156139465823.912PR6019.O9ocn501846261ocn502158115ocn502243288ocn773319397ocn244484022ocn860804757ocn681174553ocn438877782ocn046673405ocn468787668ocn468406456ocn439215834ocn464836743ocn185740561ocn756994956ocn078088777ocn473391265ocn780540812ocn180596873ocn758805055ocn780540812105519ocn008430491book19820.50MacCabe, ColinJames Joyce, new perspectivesCriticism, interpretation, etc96537ocn004774993book19760.70MacCabe, ColinJames Joyce and the revolution of the wordCriticism, interpretation, etc"This second edition of Colin MacCabe's acclaimed James Joyce and the Revolution of the Word reprints a classic critical text on Joyce and adds a wealth of new material which places the text in its political and historical context. This new edition reflects on the way in which the original analysis grew out of the politics and culture of the late 1960s. In addition, new material makes clear Joyce's relation to the literary canon and elaborates more clearly a non-representational theory of realism."--Jacket+-+739167888560112ocn012133924book19850.77MacCabe, ColinTracking the signifier : theoretical essays : film, linguistics, literature58812ocn007595894book19800.66MacCabe, ColinGodard ; images, sounds, politicsFilmographie de Jean-Luc Godard (p. 169-173)5709ocn052895552book20030.35MacCabe, ColinGodard : a portrait of the artist at 70Biography"Drawing on his own working experience with Godard and his coterie, Colin MacCabe, in this first biography of the director, has written a thrilling account of the French cinema's transformation in the hands of Truffaut, Rohmer, Rivette, and Chabrol - critics who toppled the old aesthetics by becoming, legendarily, directors themselves - and Godard's determination to make cinema the greatest of the arts."--BOOK JACKET+-+732816928551916ocn005888685book19810.66The Talking cure : essays in psychoanalysis and languageEssays about Lacan's ideas on language in relation to psychoanalysis+-+15108788855078ocn030576716book19940.59Snead, James AWhite screens, black images : Hollywood from the dark sideHistoryExplores modes of racial coding in Hollywood cinema from 1915 to 1985. This study presents three major methods through which racist ideology functions in film - "mythification", marking and omission. It analyzes film texts drawn from both classical Hollywood and Black independent film culture+-+092054069549018ocn614653640file20020.63Gray, PiersStalin on linguistics and other essaysPiers Gray was one of the most brilliant literary writers of his generation. These essays ranging from Oscar Wilde to Levin, from Shakespeare to pulp fiction, use the full resources of literary and linguistic analysis to produce a reading of European culture and society in the twentieth century. In his final posthumous essay <EM>On Linearity</EM>, Gray summons all his reading and knowledge to deliver his final judgement on life and death+-+87374288854908ocn036916328book19970.59Who is Andy Warhol?BiographyWho is Andy Warhol? furthers the study of Warhol as well as paying diverse tributes to a man who refashioned the frontiers of modern culture+-+34305260354201ocn051585926visu20020.28BaadAsssss cinema a bold look at 70's blaxploitation films"In this groundbreaking documentary from the Independent Film channel, filmmaker Isaac Julien takes us back to the early 70s and the explosion of blaxploitation films, today one of American cinema's most beloved cult genres. The original guilty pleasure, these fun and energetic films had all the action, comedy, sex and groovy music you could want in two hours worth of entertainment."--Container+-+781495212541911ocn013794325book19860.70High theory/low culture : analysing popular television and film40213ocn060155366book19980.70MacCabe, ColinThe eloquence of the vulgar : language, cinema and the politics of cultureHistoryCultural theorist Colin McCabe reflects on cultural change from Shakespeare to Derek Jarman, on the institutional forms of knowledge, on the links between the popular and elite art, and on the role of the intellectual in contemporary life+-+52215260353851ocn028183135book19920.66Godard, Jean-LucJean-Luc Godard : son + image, 1974-1991Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+396614563536411ocn608032246book20100.74True to the spirit : film adaptation and the question of fidelityCriticism, interpretation, etcAdaptation persists as a major area of inquiry in both film and literary studies. Over the past two decades, scholars have extended the debate well beyond George Bluestone's influential Novels into Film (1957) by taking into account such concerns as intertextuality and different forms of narrative enabled through new media. A dominant trend has been to dispense straight away with questions of fidelity and "faithfulness," the assumption being that such views are naïve, moralistic, and rooted in a cultural prejudice against the audiovisual. While acknowledging the merits of this position--namely its complication of the one-way "page-to-screen" perspective--this collection seeks to put the question of fidelity back into play. The essays explore the ways in which the newer, more sophisticated approaches can still accommodate forms of fidelity between two or more texts without having to reinscribe untenable distinctions between "original" and "copy," and without having to argue from a strict media essentialist position that stages an impasse between linguistic and cinematic means of articulation. In addition, the scholars in this volume seek to recognize and account for fidelity's cultural currency among filmmakers and audiences alike, no matter how impossible fidelity might be in a literal sense. The selected essays offer an opportunity to showcase both well established adaptation scholars (Laura Mulvey, Dudley Andrew, Tom Gunning and James Naremore) and emerging voices in the field+-+011928046528210ocn039916663book19980.82MacCabe, ColinPerformanceCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama+-+85215260352692ocn230490713visu19990.35Jarman, DerekCaravaggioBiographyDramaRegisseur Derek Jarman, selbst Maler, portraitiert die Lebensgeschichte des Künstlers Michelangelo Amerighi da Caravaggio in einer Reihe unruhiger Lebensbilder. Beginnend mit Caravaggio auf dem Totenbett, versorgt von einem Stummen, bewegt sich Jarman zurück in die Vergangenheit des Künstlers: Kindheit und Karriere, vor allem aber seine Beziehung zu einem Schläger namens Ranuccio und zu Lena, einer Prostituierten, die von beiden Männern geliebt wird, stehen dabei im Mittelpunkt (Quelle: and the end of empireHistory"In these two volumes of original essays, scholars from around the world address the history of British colonial cinema stretching from the emergence of cinema at the height of imperalism, to moments of decolonization and the ending of formal imperialism in the post-Second World War"--+-+09792099362185ocn751754525book20110.79Empire and filmHistoryIn this volume of original essays, scholars from around the world address the history of British colonial cinema. Stretching from the emergence of cinema at the height of imperialism, to moments of decolonization and the ending of formal imperialism, this book looks at all aspects of British colonial cinema+-+47792099362176ocn025831942book19910.79Julien, IsaacDiary of a young soul rebelDiaries2021ocn501846261visu20090.28Rossellini, RobertoRoma, città apertaHistoryDramaWhen the Nazis occupied Rome, a brave few fought against it. An underground agent who is cornered by the Germans in a certain quarter of Rome, flees the Germans. In the course of his flight he imperils his resistance friends11ocn875181151book2011When we were goodInterviews+-+0920540695+-+0920540695Thu Oct 16 15:37:31 EDT 2014batch24144