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From film adaptation to post-celluloid adaptation : rethinking the transition of popular narratives and characters across old and new media

Author: Costas Constandinides
Publisher: London : Continuum, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Discusses emerging modes of film adaptation, focusing on the computer-generated reconstructions of popular narratives and characters with other forms of convergence such as the Internet.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Costas Constandinides
ISBN: 9781441103802 1441103805 9781441106087 1441106081
OCLC Number: 847367874
Description: 166 pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Towards the intertextual dialogism approach --
Towards post-celluloid adaptation --
From the pre-diction of crime to the pre-vision of screenless media : Spielberg's adaptation of Philip K. Dick's The minority report --
Adapting the literature of the double : manifestations of cinematic forms in Fight club and Enduring love --
Bullet-time, blood spraying time, and the adaptation of the graphic novel --
From shadows to excess : new media Hollywood and the digitizing of gothic monsters in Van Helsing --
Puppet Kong vs. synthetic Kong : Peter Jackson's King Kong as post-celluloid adaptation --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Costas Constandinides.

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This challenging and energetic book places adaptation studies in a new media context and in the process offers us a model for interrogating the post-celluloid adaptation. This book revisits the Read more...

 
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