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Turkish German Cinema in the New Millennium
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.09.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Turkish German Cinema in the New Millennium, Titelzusatz: Sites, Sounds, and Screens, Redaktion: Hake, Sabine // Mennel, Barbara, Verlag: Berghahn Books, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: PERFORMING ARTS // Film & Video // History & Criticism, Rubrik: Theater // Ballett, Film, Fernsehen, Seiten: 260, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 382 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Mercer, S: Role of Photography and Cinema in th...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 03.06.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Role of Photography and Cinema in the Rise of Mass Consumer Culture in the Early Twentieth Century, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2015 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Mercer, Sabine, Verlag: GRIN Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 32, Gewicht: 56 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Early Films of Olivier Assayas (Disorder, W...
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Now recognised as one of French cinema s finest talents courtesy of such modern classics as Irma Vep, Carlos, Summer Hours and Clouds of Sils Maria, Olivier Assayas started out as critic and screenwriter before making his debut feature as director in 1986. The Early Films presents this work, Disorder, and his second feature, Winter s Child, in the UK for the first time. Disorder concerns a group of friends in a post-punk band. When a robbery at a music store turns fatal, the resulting chaos threatens both their working relationship and their long-held friendships as they leave France to tour London and potentially make their big break. Released two years later, Winter s Child presents a four-person, two-couple tragedy of passion. Natalia is pregnant, but the child s father, Stéphane, doesn t want to know and abandons her. He meets Sabine, a set designer, and falls in love but she is struggling with her attachment to Bruno, an actor with whom she had a brief fling. Special Edition Contents: Brand new 2K restorations of both films, supervised and approved by Olivier Assayas High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations Original 2.0 Stereo soundtracks Optional English subtitles Interview with writer-director Oliver Assayas Interview with the cast of Disorder, Ann-Gisel Glass, Lucas Belvaux, Wadeck Stanczak and Rémi Martin Rectangle deux chansons de Jacno, a 1980 short film by Assayas consisting of two music videos for the French musician Jacno Laissé inachevé à Tokyo, a 1982 short film by Assayas featuring László Szabó (Made in U.S.A., Ismaël s Ghosts) and Arielle Dombasle (Pauline at the Beach) Winston Tong en studio, a 1984 documentary short by Assayas on the Tuxedomoon singer-songwriter Theatrical trailers Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matthew Griffin FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector s booklet featuring new writing on the films by Noel Megahey and Glenn Kenny

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DEFA at the Crossroads of East German and Inter...
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Motion picture production, distribution, exhibition and reception has always been a transnational phenomenon, yet East Germany, situated at the edge of the post-war Iron Curtain, separated by a boundary that became materialized in the Berlin Wall in 1961, resembles nothing if not an island, a protected space where film production developed under the protection of government subsidy and ideological purity. This volume proposes on the contrary that the GDR cinema was never just a monologue. Rather, its media landscape was characterized by constant dialogue, if not competition, with both the capitalist West and socialist East. These thirteen essays reshape DEFA cinema studies by exploring international networks, identifying lines of influence beyond national boundaries and recognizing genre qualities that surpass the temporal and spatial confines. The international team of film specialists present detailed analyses of over fifty films, including fiction features, adaptations of literary classics, children's films, documentaries, and examples from genres such as music, sci-fi, Westerns and crime films. With contributions by Seán Allan, Hunter Bivens, Benita Blessing, Barton Byg, Jaimey Fisher, Sabine Hake, Nick Hodgin, Manuel Köppen, Anke Pinkert, Larson Powell, Brad Prager, Marc Silberman, Stefan Soldovieri, andHenning Wrage.

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The Electric Hotel
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From the award-winning author of the acclaimed bestseller The Last Painting of Sara de Vos comes a radiant new novel tracing the intertwined fates of a silent film director and his muse.The Electric Hotel winds through the nascent days of cinema in Paris and Fort Lee, New Jersey - America's first movie town - and the battlefields of Belgium during World War I. A sweeping work of historical fiction, it shimmers between past and present as it tells the story of the rise and fall of a prodigious film studio and one man's doomed obsession with all that passes in front of the viewfinder.For nearly half a century, Claude Ballard has been living at the Hollywood Knickerbocker Hotel. A French pioneer of silent films, who started out as a concession agent for the Lumière brothers, the inventors of cinema, Claude now spends his days taking photographs of Sunset Boulevard. But when a film-history student comes to interview Claude about The Electric Hotel - the lost masterpiece that bankrupted him and ended the career of his muse, Sabine Montrose - the past comes surging back. In his run-down hotel suite, the ravages of the past are waiting to be excavated: celluloid fragments and reels in desperate need of restoration, and Claude's memories of the woman who inspired and beguiled him.The Electric Hotel is a portrait of a man entranced by the magic of movie-making, a luminous romance and a whirlwind trip through the heady, endlessly inventive days of early cinema.

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Akira Kurosawa
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Der oscarprämierte Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) gehört zu den weltweit einflussreichsten und wichtigsten Regisseuren des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sein mit dem Goldenen Löwen ausgezeichneter Film Rashomon (1950) gilt als Meilenstein der Filmgeschichte und machte das japanische Kino in Europa bekannt. Mit den Sieben Samurai (1954) schuf er einen vom Westerngenre beeinflussten Klassiker, der unter anderem John Sturges als Vorlage für Die glorreichen Sieben (1960) diente. Sein Film Yojimbo (1961) inspirierte zudem Sergio Leone zu Für eine Handvoll Dollar (1964), der den Beginn des Italowestern kennzeichnet. Seine Erfolge und seine Wirkung auf westliche Filmemacher brachten ihm den Ruf des "westlichsten" Regisseurs Japans ein. Dabei wurde übersehen, wie sehr sich Kurosawa mit seinem Land und dessen Kultur beschäftigt hat. Das Werk und die humanistische Haltung des Regisseurs nutzen die AutorInnen für den aktuellen Diskurs über die Conditio humana.Mit Beiträgen von Peter Bär, Eva Berberich, Dirk Blothner, Isolde Böhme, Andreas Hamburger, Dorothee Höfert, Kai Naumann, Sascha Schmidt, Gerhard Schneider, Dietrich Stern, Marcus Stiglegger, Karsten Visarius, Jörg von Brincken, Christoph E. Walker, Sabine Wollnik und Ralf ZwiebelDie Schriftenreihe Im Dialog: Psychoanalyse und Filmtheorie basiert auf den gleichnamigen Mannheimer Filmseminaren im Cinema Quadrat. PsychoanalytikerInnen und FilmwissenschaftlerInnen widmen sich in den Bänden jeweils einem herausragenden Regisseur und beleuchten die Themen, Motive und Strukturen der Filme und des Gesamtwerks unter der Oberfläche der filmischen Erzählungen.

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The Electric Hotel
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From the award-winning author of the acclaimed bestseller The Last Painting of Sara de Vos comes a radiant new novel tracing the intertwined fates of a silent film director and his muse.The Electric Hotel winds through the nascent days of cinema in Paris and Fort Lee, New Jersey - America's first movie town - and the battlefields of Belgium during World War I. A sweeping work of historical fiction, it shimmers between past and present as it tells the story of the rise and fall of a prodigious film studio and one man's doomed obsession with all that passes in front of the viewfinder.For nearly half a century, Claude Ballard has been living at the Hollywood Knickerbocker Hotel. A French pioneer of silent films, who started out as a concession agent for the Lumière brothers, the inventors of cinema, Claude now spends his days taking photographs of Sunset Boulevard. But when a film-history student comes to interview Claude about The Electric Hotel - the lost masterpiece that bankrupted him and ended the career of his muse, Sabine Montrose - the past comes surging back. In his run-down hotel suite, the ravages of the past are waiting to be excavated: celluloid fragments and reels in desperate need of restoration, and Claude's memories of the woman who inspired and beguiled him.The Electric Hotel is a portrait of a man entranced by the magic of movie-making, a luminous romance and a whirlwind trip through the heady, endlessly inventive days of early cinema.

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DEFA at the Crossroads of East German and Inter...
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Motion picture production, distribution, exhibition and reception has always been a transnational phenomenon, yet East Germany, situated at the edge of the post-war Iron Curtain, separated by a boundary that became materialized in the Berlin Wall in 1961, resembles nothing if not an island, a protected space where film production developed under the protection of government subsidy and ideological purity. This volume proposes on the contrary that the GDR cinema was never just a monologue. Rather, its media landscape was characterized by constant dialogue, if not competition, with both the capitalist West and socialist East. These thirteen essays reshape DEFA cinema studies by exploring international networks, identifying lines of influence beyond national boundaries and recognizing genre qualities that surpass the temporal and spatial confines. The international team of film specialists present detailed analyses of over fifty films, including fiction features, adaptations of literary classics, children's films, documentaries, and examples from genres such as music, sci-fi, Westerns and crime films. With contributions by Seán Allan, Hunter Bivens, Benita Blessing, Barton Byg, Jaimey Fisher, Sabine Hake, Nick Hodgin, Manuel Köppen, Anke Pinkert, Larson Powell, Brad Prager, Marc Silberman, Stefan Soldovieri, andHenning Wrage.

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Akira Kurosawa
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Der oscarprämierte Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) gehört zu den weltweit einflussreichsten und wichtigsten Regisseuren des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sein mit dem Goldenen Löwen ausgezeichneter Film Rashomon (1950) gilt als Meilenstein der Filmgeschichte und machte das japanische Kino in Europa bekannt. Mit den Sieben Samurai (1954) schuf er einen vom Westerngenre beeinflussten Klassiker, der unter anderem John Sturges als Vorlage für Die glorreichen Sieben (1960) diente. Sein Film Yojimbo (1961) inspirierte zudem Sergio Leone zu Für eine Handvoll Dollar (1964), der den Beginn des Italowestern kennzeichnet. Seine Erfolge und seine Wirkung auf westliche Filmemacher brachten ihm den Ruf des 'westlichsten' Regisseurs Japans ein. Dabei wurde übersehen, wie sehr sich Kurosawa mit seinem Land und dessen Kultur beschäftigt hat. Das Werk und die humanistische Haltung des Regisseurs nutzen die AutorInnen im vorliegenden Band für den aktuellen Diskurs über die Conditio humana. Mit Beiträgen von Peter Bär, Eva Berberich, Dirk Blothner, Isolde Böhme, Andreas Hamburger, Dorothee Höfert, Kai Naumann, Sascha Schmidt, Gerhard Schneider, Dietrich Stern, Marcus Stiglegger, Karsten Visarius, Jörg von Brincken, Christoph E. Walker, Sabine Wollnik und Ralf Zwiebel Die Schriftenreihe Im Dialog: Psychoanalyse und Filmtheorie basiert auf den gleichnamigen Mannheimer Filmseminaren im Cinema Quadrat. PsychoanalytikerInnen und FilmwissenschaftlerInnen widmen sich in den Bänden jeweils einem herausragenden Regisseur und beleuchten die Themen, Motive und Strukturen der Filme und des Gesamtwerks unter der Oberfläche der filmischen Erzählungen.

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