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Contemporary cinema and ideology : neoliberal capitalism and its alternatives in filmmaking

Author: Ewa Mazierska; Lars Lyngsgaard Fjord Kristensen
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2018.
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"In this edited collection, an international ensemble of scholars examine what contemporary cinema tells us about neoliberal capitalism and cinema, exploring whether filmmakers are able to imagine progressive alternatives under capitalist conditions. Individual contributions discuss filmmaking practices, film distribution, textual characteristics and the reception of films made in different parts of the world. They  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Contemporary cinema and ideology.
New York : Routledge, 2018
(DLC) 2017021963
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ewa Mazierska; Lars Lyngsgaard Fjord Kristensen
ISBN: 9781315304076 1315304074 9781315304052 1315304058
OCLC Number: 1001968754
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Chapter Introduction / Ewa Mazierska --
part Part 1 Political economy of neoliberalism and its discontents --
chapter 1 Team Loach and Sixteen Films: Authorship, collaboration, leadifership (and football)1 / David Archibald --
chapter 2 US independent cinema and the capitalist mode of production: complicating discourses of independence and oppositionality --
chapter 3 The lure of becoming cinema: The role of the internet in amateur and independent filmmaking / William Brown --
chapter 4 Svetlana Baskova's response to Russian national neoliberalism in For Marx ... / Lars Kristensen --
part Part 2 Neoliberal winners and losers --
chapter 5 The rise of the entrepreneur in Jia Zhangke's Words of a Journey / Corey Kai Nelson Schultz --
chapter 6 Capitalist realism in European films about debt / Ewa Mazierska --
chapter 7 Bypass, obscure forces and ontological anxiety / Paul Dave --
chapter 8 Aggressive prosperity, violent austerity in Standing Aside, Watching Rosa Barotsi --
chapter 9 Multiplexing Marx in contemporary American cinema / Doru Pop --
part Part 3 Love and sexual identities undifer neoliberalism --
chapter 10 Hedges of Manhattan: The disquieting charm of the haute bourgeoisie in Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married / Constantin Parvulescu --
chapter 11 Corporations of feelings: Romantic comedy in the age of neoliberalism / Elzbieta Ostrowska --
chapter 12 Why is everyone not falling in love? Love, sex and neoliberalism in film adaptations of Bret Easton Ellis' works Kamila Rymajdo --
chapter 13 Cinema, sex tourism and globalisation in American and European cinema / Martin O'Shaughnessy --
chapter 14 Polymorphous consumption: Eytan Fox's The Bubble as gated community / Bruce Williams.
Responsibility: edited by Ewa Mazierska and Lars Kristensen.

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"In this edited collection, an international ensemble of scholars examine what contemporary cinema tells us about neoliberal capitalism and cinema, exploring whether filmmakers are able to imagine progressive alternatives under capitalist conditions. Individual contributions discuss filmmaking practices, film distribution, textual characteristics and the reception of films made in different parts of the world. They engage with topics such as class struggle, debt, multiculturalism and the effect of neoliberalism on love and sexual behaviour. Written in accessible, jargon-free language, Contemporary Cinema and Neoliberal Ideology is an essential text for those interested in political filmmaking and the political meanings of films."--Provided by publisher.

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