Beyond auteurism : new directions in authorial film practices in France, Italy and Spain since the 1980s (Book, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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Beyond auteurism : new directions in authorial film practices in France, Italy and Spain since the 1980s

Author: Rosanna Maule
Publisher: Bristol [etc.] : Intellect, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A study of nine film authors from France, Italy and Spain who since the 1980s have blurred the boundaries between art-house and mainstream, and national and transnational film production. It examines  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosanna Maule
ISBN: 9781841502045 1841502049
OCLC Number: 664522253
Description: 294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1: 'The Film Author and the Survival of European Cinema' - Page 31 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 2: 'The Middle Generation: Maurice Pialat, Gianni Amelio, and Victor Erice' - Page 61 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 3: 'The Difficult Legacy of the Nouvelle Vague: Olivier Assayas and French Film Authors at the End of Auterism' - Page 81 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 4: 'For an Impure Cinema: Gabriele Salvatores and the Hybrid Nature of Film Authorship in Contemporary Italian Cinema' - Page 109 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 5: 'A Different Type of Cinephilia: Alejandro Amenabar and the New Generation of Spanish Film Authors' - Page 133 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 6: ' Made in Europa: Luc Besson and the Question of Cultural Exception in Post-auteur France' - Page 163 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 7: 'Auterism and Women's Cinema in France, Italy and Spain' - Page 191 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 8: 'Female authors and Gendered Identity in Film: Claire Denis's Post-subjective Representation' - Page 207 - Rosanna Maule Chapter 9: 'Feminine Matters: Francesca Archiburgi and the Reconfiguration of Women in the Private Sphere' - Page 237 - Rosanna Maule
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