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Goodbye cinema, hello cinephilia : film culture in transition

Author: Jonathan Rosenbaum
Publisher: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2010.
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Rosenbaum
ISBN: 9780226726649 0226726649
OCLC Number: 878748022
Notes: Contiene un indice.
Description: xvi, 391 p. ; 24 cm
Contents: Goodbye cinema, hello cinephilia --
In defense of spoilers --
Potential perils of the director's cut --
Southern movies, actual and fanciful: a personal survey --
À la recherche de Luc Moullet: 25 propositions --
Bushwhacked cinema --
What dope does to movies --
Fever dreams in Bologna: il cinema ritrovato --
From Playtime to The world: the expansion and depletion of space within global economies --
Kim Novak as midwestern independent --
Marilyn Monroe's brains --
A free man: White hunter, black heart --
Bit actors --
Rediscovering Charlie Chaplin --
Second thoughts on Stroheim --
Sweet and sour: Lubitsch and Wilder in old Hollywood --
Ritwik Ghatak: reinventing the cinema --
Introducing Pere Portabella --
Portabella and continuity --
Two neglected filmmakers: Eduardo de Gregorio and Sara Driver --
Vietnam in fragments: William Klein in 1967-68: a radical reevaluation --
Movie heaven: Defending your life --
The world as a circus: Tati's Parade --
The sun also sets: the films of Nagisa Oshima --
Inside the vault [on Spione] --
Family plot --
"The doddering relics of a lost cause": John Ford's The sun shines bright --
Prisoners of war: Bitter victory --
Art of darkness: Wichita --
Cinema of the future: still lives: the films of Pedro Costa --
A few eruptions in the House of Lava --
Unsatisfied men: Beau travail --
Viridiana on DVD --
Doing the California split --
Mise en scène as miracle in Dreyer's Ordet --
David Holzman's Diary/My girlfriend's wedding: historical artifacts of the past and present --
Two early long-take climaxes: The magnificent Ambersons and A star is born --
Wrinkles in time: Alone. Life wastes Andy Hardy --
Martha: Fassbinder's uneasy testament --
India Matri Buhmi --
Radical humanism and the coexistence of film and poetry in The house is black --
WR, sex, and the art of radical juxtaposition --
Revisiting The godfather --
Film writing on the web: some personal reflections --
Goodbye, Susan, goodbye: Sontag and movies --
Daney in English: a letter to Trafic --
Trailer for Godard's Histoire(s) du cinéma --
Moullet retrouvé (2006/2009) --
The Farber mystery --
The American cinema revisited --
Raymond Durgnat --
Surviving the Sixties --
L.A. existential.
Responsibility: Jonathan Rosenbaum.

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