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Cinema and the swastika : the international expansion of Third Reich cinema

Author: Roel Vande Winkel; David Welch
Publisher: Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Cinema and the Swastika is the first publication to bring together comparative research on the international expansion of the Third Reich cinema. This volume investigates various attempts to infiltrate -economically, politically and culturally - the film industries of 20 countries and regions either occupied by, friendly with or neutral towards Nazi Germany."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roel Vande Winkel; David Welch
ISBN: 1403994919 0230238572 9780230238572 9781403994912
OCLC Number: 73503380
Description: xvi, 342 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Europe's new Hollywood? The German film industry under Nazi rule, 1933-45 / David Welch and Roel Vande Winkel --
'European cinema for Europe!' the International Film Chamber, 1935-42 / Benjamin George Martin --
German attempts to penetrate the Spanish-speaking film markets, 1936-42 / Lisa Jarvinen and Francisco Peredo-Castro --
Between resistance and collaboration: Austrian cinema and Nazism before and during the annexation, 1933-45 / Robert von Dassanowsky --
German influence on Belgian cinema, 1933-45: from low profile presence to downright colonisation / Roel Vande Winkel --
Nazi film politics in Brazil, 1933-42 / Luiz Nazario --
The influence of German cinema on newly established Croatian cinematography, 1941-45 / Daniel Rafaelić --
A dangerous neighbourhood: German cinema in the Czechoslovak region, 1933-45 / Ivan Klimeš --
The attempted Nazification of French cinema, 1934-44 / Brett Bowles --
Cinema goes to war: the German film policy in Greece during the occupation, 1941-44 / Eirini Sifaki --
Competitor or compatriot? Hungarian film in the shadow of the swastika, 1933-44 / David S. Frey --
A war within the war: Italy, film, propaganda and the quest for cultural hegemony in Europe (1933-43) / Aristotle A. Kallis --
Celluloid competition: German-Japanese film relations, 1929-45 / Janine Hansen --
From Dawn to Young Eagles: the (failed) attempt of Germanisation and Nazification of Luxembourg through cinema, 1933-44 / Paul Lesch --
Dutch-German film relations under German pressure and Nazi occupation, 1933-45 / Ingo Schiweck --
From will to reality- Norwegian film during the Nazi occupation, 1940-45 / Bjørn Sørenssen --
Brown-red shadows: the influence of Third Reich and Soviet cinema on Afrikaans film, 1927-48 / Keyan Tomaselli and Michael Eckardt --
Film and politics in south-east Europe: Germany as 'leading cultural nation', 1933-45 / Tim Kirk --
German films on the Spanish market before, during, and after the Civil war, 1933-45 / María A. Paz and Julio Montero --
Swedish film and Germany, 1933-45 / Rochelle Wright --
Film propaganda and the balance between neutrality and alignment: Nazi films in Switzerland, 1933-45 / Gianni Haver --
'A thin stream issuing through closed lock gates' : German cinema and the United Kingdom, 1933-45 / Jo Fox --
German films in America, 1933-45: public diplomacy and an uncoordinated information campaign / David Culbert.
Responsibility: edited by Roel Vande Winkel and David Welch.
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Winner of the 2007 Willy Haas Award for books on German cinema. For more information see the prize website: http://www.wgfilmtv.ugent.be/willyhaas_award_ENG.htm'A revelatory book which transforms our Read more...

 
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