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Realist film theory and cinema : the nineteenth-century Lukácsian and intuitionist realist traditions

Author: Ian Aitken
Publisher: Manchester, UK ; New York : Manchester University Press, 2006.
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This book suggests ways forward for a new series of studies in cinematic realism, and for a new form of film theory based on realism, stressing the importance of the question of realism, both in film  Read more...

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Aitken, Ian.
Realist film theory and cinema.
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2006
(OCoLC)651837166
Named Person: John Grierson; Siegfried Kracauer; André Bazin; György Lukács; John Grierson; Siegfried Kracauer; André Bazin; György Lukács; Georg Lukács; John Grierson; Siegfried Kracauer; André Bazin; André Bazin; John Grierson; Siegfried Kracauer; György Lukács
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Aitken
ISBN: 0719070007 9780719070006 0719070015 9780719070013
OCLC Number: 62307826
Description: [viii], 246 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: From the 'true style' to the 'art-form of the bourgeoisie' : the origins, characteristics and theoretical foundation of the nineteenth-century French realist, and naturalist tradition --
La Bête humaine, the evolution of French cinematic realism and naturalism 1902-38, and the influence of the nineteenth-century tradition --
'The adequate presentation of the complete human personality', Lukács and the nineteenth-century realist tradition --
From the historical cinema of democratic humanism to the film Novelle : Lukácsian cinematic realism in Danton (1990) and Senso (1954) --
'And what about the spiritual life itself?', distraction, transcendence and redemption : the intuitionist realist tradition in the work of John Grierson, André Bazin and Siegfried Kracauer --
Transcendental illusion and the scope for realism : cinematic realism, philosophical realism and film theory.
Responsibility: Ian Aitken.

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