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Making waves : new cinemas of the 1960s

Author: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Revised and expanded edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith
ISBN: 9781623565084 1623565081 9781623565626 1623565626 9781623566913 1623566916
OCLC Number: 859376501
Description: XII, 250 Seiten
Contents: AcknowledgementsA Note on Names and Film TitlesPreface to the 2013 EditionIntroduction: What Were the Sixties? Part I: Before the Revolution1. World Cinema in the 1950s2. Criticism and Culture Part II: The New Cinemas3. New Cinemas, New Politics4. Sex and Censorship5. Outside the Studio6. Documentary, Cinema Verite, and the 'New American Cinema'7. Technological Innovations: Colour, Wide Screen, the Zoom Lens8. Narrative9. New Cinemas, National Cinemas Part III: Movements10. Britain: From Kitchen Sink to Swinging London11. France: From Nouvelle Vague to May '6812. Italy13. From Polish School to Czech New Wave and Beyond14. Latin America Part IV: Four Auteurs15. Young Godard16. Antonioni17. Pasolini18. OshimaConclusionFifty FilmsBibliographyIndex of Film TitlesIndex
Responsibility: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith.

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Veteran film scholar Nowell-Smith (The Oxford History of World Cinema) is indeed 'making waves' as he demystifies the new cinemas of the 1960s in Europe and Latin America. He doesn't hesitate to Read more...

 
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