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National cinema and beyond

Author: Kevin Rockett; John Hill
Publisher: Dublin : Four Courts, ©2004.
Series: Studies in Irish film series, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The selected proceedings, offering fresh interpretations on the history and contemporary state of Irish cinema and related areas, including the keynote address by early cinema specialist Tom Gunning, are presented here in the first volume of the Studies in Irish Film series."--Jacket.
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National cinema and beyond.
Dublin : Four Courts, ©2004
(OCoLC)607633873
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Rockett; John Hill
ISBN: 1851828737 9781851828739 1851828745 9781851828746
OCLC Number: 56888602
Description: 170 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction / John Hill & Kevin Rockett --
Waking and faking: Ireland and cinema astray / Tom Gunning --
Filming the story of Ireland: the yoking together of historical drama and contemporary newsreel in silent Irish films / Denis Condon --
The great escape?: The islandman (1938) / Emilie Pine --
A frayed collaboration: Emmet Dalton and the Abbey Theatre adaptations at Ardmore Studios, 1957-60 / Barry Monahan --
From no wave to national cinema: the cultural landscape of Vivienne Dick's early films (1978-85) / Maeve Connolly --
'Pigs!': polluting bodies and knowledge in Neil Jordan's The butcher boy / Ellen E. Sweeney --
Fighting within the rules: masculinity in the films of Jim Sheridan / Joseph Moser --
Memory and mapping in Bloody Sunday / Margaret O'Neill --
Imagining the future: post-troubles comic fiction / Dervila Layden --
The musicality of film rhythm / Danijela Kulezic-Wilson --
Cultural ventriloquism: the voice-over in film adaptations of contemporary Irish and Scottish literature / Sarah Neely --
A formalist analysis of contemporary Irish film: Disco pigs and Accelerator / Dióg O' Connell --
Convents or cowboys? Millennial Scottish and Irish film industries and imaginaries in The Magdalene sisters / Jonathan Murray.
Series Title: Studies in Irish film series, 1.
Responsibility: Kevin Rockett & John Hill, editors.

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"The selected proceedings, offering fresh interpretations on the history and contemporary state of Irish cinema and related areas, including the keynote address by early cinema specialist Tom Gunning, are presented here in the first volume of the Studies in Irish Film series."--Jacket.

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