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Stages of reality : theatricality in cinema

Author: André Loiselle; Jeremy Maron
Publisher: Toronto : U. of Toronto P., 2012
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Detailing connections between cinematic artifice and topics such as politics, gender, and genre, Stages of Reality allows readers to develop a clear sense of the multiple purposes and uses of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: André Loiselle; Jeremy Maron
ISBN: 9781442612051 1442612053 9781442643529 1442643528
OCLC Number: 784058762
Notes: Bibliogr.
Description: vi, 237 s
Contents: Af indholdet: S. 13-29: Self-adaptation: queer theatricality in Brad Fraser's Leaving Metropolis and Robert Lepage's La face cachee de la lune / Sylvain Duguay. --
S. 116-134: Theatricality in the Cleopatra Films: Women (or We Men?) of Power / Sarah Hatchuel. --
S. 160-184: Theatrical Games and the Gift of a Fable: Performance vs. Reality in Roberto Benigni's Life Is Beautiful / Jeremy Maron. --
S. 204-228: Bullet-Time, Becoming, and the Sway of Theatricality: Performance and Play in The Matrix / Bruce Barton.
Responsibility: edited by André Loiselle and Jeremy Maron

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'This is a lively and stimulating collection of essays that will appeal to both theatre and film scholars and students alike, and ably demonstrate that a discussion of cinematic theatricality can Read more...

 
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