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East, west and centre : reframing post-1989 European cinema

Author: Michael Gott; Todd Herzog
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"World's leading scholars in the field assemble to consider the ways in which notions such as East and West, national and transnational, central and marginal are being rethought and reframed in contemporary European cinema. Assessing the state of post-1989 European cinema, from (co)production and reception trends to filmic depictions of migration patterns, economic transformation and socio-political debates over the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Gott; Todd Herzog
ISBN: 9780748694150 0748694153
OCLC Number: 900622932
Description: xii, 341 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: East, West and Centre: 'Mapping Post-1989 European Cinema' / Michael Gott and Todd Herzog --
Part I Redrawing the Lines: De/Recentring Europe --
1. The Berlin Wall Revisited: Reframing Historical Space Between East and in Cynthia Beatts's Cycling the Frame (1988), The Invisible Frame (2009) and Bartosz Konopka's Rabbit à la Berlin (2009) / Jenny Stümer --
2. Changing Sides: East/West Travesties in Lionel Baier's Comme des voleurs (à l'est) / Kris Van Heuckelom --
3. Dubbing and Doubling Over: The Disorientation of France in the Films of Michael Haneke and Krzysztof Kieślowski / Alison Rice --
4. Challenging the East-West Divide in Ulrich Seidl's Import Export (2007) / Nikhil Sathe --
5. Fatih Akın's Filmic Visions of a New Europe: Spatial and Aural Constructions of Europe in Im Juli/In July (2000) / Berna Gueneli --
6. Salami Aleikum --
The 'Near East' Meets the 'Middle East' in Central Europe / Alexandra Ludewig --
7. Cinematic Fairy Tales of Female Mobility in Post-Wall Europe: Hanna v. Mona / Aga Skrodzka --
Part II Border Spaces, Eastern Margins and Eastern Markets: Belonging and the Road to/from Europe --
8. Contemporary Bulgarian Cinema: From Allegorical Expressionism to Declined National Cinema / Temenuga Trifonova --
9. The Point of No Return: From Great Expectations to Great Desperation in New Romanian Cinema / Lucian Georgescu --
10. 'Weirdness', Modernity and the Other Europe in Attenberg (2010, Athina Rachel Tsangari) / Jun Okada --
11. Lithuania Redirected: New Connections, Businesses and Lifestyles in Cinema since 2000 / Renata S̆ukaityte --
12. Lessons of Neo-liberalism: Co-productions and the Changing Image of Estonian Cinema / Eva Näripea --
13. Decentring Europe from the Fringe: Reimagining Balkan Identities in the Films of the 1990s / Danica Jenkins and Kati Tonkin --
Part III Spectres of the East --
14. Through the Lens of Black Humour: A Polish Adam in the Post-Wall World / Rimma Garn --
15. East Germany Revisited, Reimagined, Repositioned: Representing the GDR in Dominik Graf's Der rote Kakadu (2005) and Christian Petzold's Barbara (2012) / Nick Hodgin --
16. Barluschke: Towards an East-West Schizo-History / Kalani Michell --
17. The Limits of Nostalgia and (Trans)National Cinema in Cum mi-am petrecut sfârșitul lumii (2006) / Mihaela Petrescu --18. The Ideal of Ararat: Friendship, Politics and National Origins in Robert Guédiguian's Le Voyage en Arménie / Joseph Mai.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Gott and Todd Herzog.

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