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Jane Campion : cinema, nation, identity

Author: Hilary Radner; Alistair Fox; Irène Bessière
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Wayne State University Press, ©2009.
Series: Contemporary approaches to film and television series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The contributors examine the characteristics and themes in Campion's oeuvre; her debt to New Zealand sources; her personal views of family dynamics; her place in the feminist filmmaking tradition; Campion's cinematic style to investigate the source of her cross-cultural and international appeal.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Jane Campion; Jane Campion; Jane Campion
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hilary Radner; Alistair Fox; Irène Bessière
ISBN: 9780814334324 0814334326
OCLC Number: 282963476
Notes: Jane Campion is a New Zealand filmmaker, and Alistair Fox is a New Zealand author and editor.
Description: xvi, 329 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: an antipodean filmmaker in an international context / Alistair Fox and Hilary Radner --
Subjectivities and the construction of identity in Jane Campion's films. "In extremis": Jane Campion and the woman's film / Hilary Radner --
Her-land: Jane Campion's cinema, or another poetic of the inner sense / Muriel Andrin --
The Campions indulge in The audition / Harriet Margolis --
Campion-Keitel connections, a.k.a. "We are the piano" / Chris Holmlund --
Jane Campion and her sources. "I can really see myself in her story": Jane Campion's adaptation of Janet Frame's Autobiography / Lawrence Jones --
Puritanism and the erotics of transgression: the New Zealand influence in Jane Campion's thematic imaginary / Alistair Fox --
Portraits of a woman: Jane Campion and Henry James / Irène Bessière --
Jane Campion: adaptation, signature, autobiography / Kathleen A. McHugh --
Jane Campion's "Geographies". Jane Campion and the international theme: from The portrait of a lady to An angel at my table / Jean Bessière --
The suburb in Jane Campion's films / Rochelle Simmons --
From antipodean cinema to international art cinema / Raphaëlle Moine --
Viewers respond to Jane Campion. "Comme une invitation au voyage": French reception of Jane Campion, An angel at my table, and The piano / Simon Sigley --
"The piano is mine. It's mine." My (free association with) Jane Campion, or, the child in the spectator / Sue Gillett --
Jane Campion and the moral occult / Ann Hardy --
On viewing Jane Campion as an antipodean / Annabel Cooper.
Series Title: Contemporary approaches to film and television series.
Responsibility: edited by Hilary Radner, Alistair Fox, and Irène Bessière.

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