100 Years of European Cinema: Entertainment Or Ideology?
Cinema provides entertainment, but it also, inevitably, communicates a set of values, a vision of the world or an ideology. From its beginnings more than a century ago, European cinema has dealt in a variety of ways with the tension between these two functions: at the extremes, dictatorial regimes have sweetened the pill of ideology with the sugar of entertainment. Meanwhile, spectators have persisted in seeking out, above all, the pleasure film can provide. This book explores the complex relationship between entertainment, ideology and audiences in European film, through studies that range from the Stalinist musicals of the 1930s, to cinematic representations of masculinity under Franco, to recent French films and their Hollywood remakes. Diverse and entertaining, 100 years of European cinema is addressed to students of film - especially French, German, Russian or Spanish - and to those readers and academics interested in both the history of cinema and in European culture. Contributors include; Richard Taylor, Rosemary Scott, Daniela Berghahn, Andea Rinke, Peter Hames, Peter William Evans, Parvati Nair, Steve Cannon, Eliane Meyer, Stefan Wolff, David Gillespie, Wendy Everatt, Julia Dobson and Peter Kramer.
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cinema programming policy
film censorship in the wake of the Eleventh
the comic tradition in Czech film
La gran familia Francoism and Spanish
Godard the Dziga Vertov
The fictionalisation of terrorism in West German cinema
Performance in the films of Agnes Varda
music memory and myth in contemporary
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100 years of European cinema: entertainment or ideology?
Diana Holmes,Alison Smith
Widok krótkiego opisu - 2000
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