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The Resource (Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema, (electronic resource)

(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema, (electronic resource)

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(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema
Title
(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Formulated around a number of key thematic concerns - including new creative trends; the politics and practices of memory; auteurship, genre, and stardom in a transnational age - this reassessment of contemporary Spanish cinema from 1992 to 2012 brings leading academics from a broad range of disciplinary and geographical backgrounds into dialogue with critically and commercially successful practitioners to suggest the need to redefine the parameters of one of the world's most creative national cinemas. This volume will appeal not only to students and scholars of Spanish films, but also to anyo
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Wheeler, Duncan
Dewey number
791.430946
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Canet, Fernando
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  • Motion pictures
  • Motion picture industry
  • Motion pictures
Label
(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Chapter 27: The Art Director as Architect: The Reconstruction of Deconstructed Memories
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unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Editorial Note; Chapter 1: Introduction: How and Why this Book Came into Being; Chapter 2: Spanish Films, 1992-2012: Two Decades of Cinematic Production and Critical Discourse; Chapter 3: From the Past to the Present: Contemporising Trends that Define Spanish Cinema; Part 1: Sense and Sensibility: New Forms of Being and Seeing in Recent Spanish Cinema; Chapter 4: Back to Africa? Colonial History and Postcolonial Dynamics in Recent Spanish Cinema
  • Chapter 5: The New Ethos of Gay Culture and the Limits of NormalizationChapter 6: Behind the Enigma Construct: A Certain Trend in Spanish Cinema; Chapter 7: Reproduction and Rhetorical Processes in the Construction of Reality: En Construcción and La leyenda del tiempo as Case Studies; Chapter 8: Art and Ethnography: Miquel Barceló and Isaki Lacuesta -- Earth Magicians?; Chapter 9: The Everyday Affect: Isabel Coixet and the Five Senses; Part 2: Revisiting the Past: The Politics of Memory and the Transition's Cinematic Legacy
  • Chapter 10: Ana Torrent as Palimpsest in Elio Quiroga's No-Do (The Haunting)Chapter 11: Victimhood in Contemporary Spanish Documentary: The Politics of Agency in Jaime Camino's La vieja memoria and Los niños de Rusia; Chapter 12: New Bodies, New Sounds: Rediscovering the Eroticism of the Transition; Chapter 13: Blood and Unfulfilled Promises: Representations of Terrorism and the Transition; Chapter 14: Back to the Future: Repackaging Spain's Troublesome Past for Local and Global Audiences
  • Chapter 15: Clowns, Goats, Music and the Comedic Violent: Late Francoism and the Transition to Democracy in Álex de la Iglesia's FilmsPart 3: Redefining Auteurship, Genre and Stardom in a Transnational Age; Chapter 16: Almodóvar in the USA/The USA in Almodóvar; Chapter 17: Acting and Directing in Spain: Historicizing Stardom and the Author Function; Chapter 18: Sex, Art and Commerce: Penélope Cruz and Isabel Coixet Tackle Philip Roth in Elegy; Chapter 19: Deadly Hybridity: Sexykiller, the Female Serial Killer and the New Spanish Horror Film
  • Chapter 20: Flexing Generic Boundaries: Torrente, [REC] and Adolescent Cinema in SpainChapter 21: The Torrente Tetralogy: A Homegrown Saga; Chapter 22: Hybrid Models: Auteurism and Genre in Contemporary Spanish Crime Thrillers; Chapter 23: Planet 51 and Spanish Animation: The Risks and Attractions of Globalization; Coda: Backstage Pass -- Engaging with Practitioners and Cinematic Institutions; Chapter 24: How to Make Arty Films Now; Chapter 25: How to Make Commercial Films Now; Chapter 26: San Sebastián: A Film Festival of Contrasts
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ocn914150730
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1 online resource (502 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781783204076
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eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)914150730
Label
(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Chapter 27: The Art Director as Architect: The Reconstruction of Deconstructed Memories
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Editorial Note; Chapter 1: Introduction: How and Why this Book Came into Being; Chapter 2: Spanish Films, 1992-2012: Two Decades of Cinematic Production and Critical Discourse; Chapter 3: From the Past to the Present: Contemporising Trends that Define Spanish Cinema; Part 1: Sense and Sensibility: New Forms of Being and Seeing in Recent Spanish Cinema; Chapter 4: Back to Africa? Colonial History and Postcolonial Dynamics in Recent Spanish Cinema
  • Chapter 5: The New Ethos of Gay Culture and the Limits of NormalizationChapter 6: Behind the Enigma Construct: A Certain Trend in Spanish Cinema; Chapter 7: Reproduction and Rhetorical Processes in the Construction of Reality: En Construcción and La leyenda del tiempo as Case Studies; Chapter 8: Art and Ethnography: Miquel Barceló and Isaki Lacuesta -- Earth Magicians?; Chapter 9: The Everyday Affect: Isabel Coixet and the Five Senses; Part 2: Revisiting the Past: The Politics of Memory and the Transition's Cinematic Legacy
  • Chapter 10: Ana Torrent as Palimpsest in Elio Quiroga's No-Do (The Haunting)Chapter 11: Victimhood in Contemporary Spanish Documentary: The Politics of Agency in Jaime Camino's La vieja memoria and Los niños de Rusia; Chapter 12: New Bodies, New Sounds: Rediscovering the Eroticism of the Transition; Chapter 13: Blood and Unfulfilled Promises: Representations of Terrorism and the Transition; Chapter 14: Back to the Future: Repackaging Spain's Troublesome Past for Local and Global Audiences
  • Chapter 15: Clowns, Goats, Music and the Comedic Violent: Late Francoism and the Transition to Democracy in Álex de la Iglesia's FilmsPart 3: Redefining Auteurship, Genre and Stardom in a Transnational Age; Chapter 16: Almodóvar in the USA/The USA in Almodóvar; Chapter 17: Acting and Directing in Spain: Historicizing Stardom and the Author Function; Chapter 18: Sex, Art and Commerce: Penélope Cruz and Isabel Coixet Tackle Philip Roth in Elegy; Chapter 19: Deadly Hybridity: Sexykiller, the Female Serial Killer and the New Spanish Horror Film
  • Chapter 20: Flexing Generic Boundaries: Torrente, [REC] and Adolescent Cinema in SpainChapter 21: The Torrente Tetralogy: A Homegrown Saga; Chapter 22: Hybrid Models: Auteurism and Genre in Contemporary Spanish Crime Thrillers; Chapter 23: Planet 51 and Spanish Animation: The Risks and Attractions of Globalization; Coda: Backstage Pass -- Engaging with Practitioners and Cinematic Institutions; Chapter 24: How to Make Arty Films Now; Chapter 25: How to Make Commercial Films Now; Chapter 26: San Sebastián: A Film Festival of Contrasts
Control code
ocn914150730
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (502 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781783204076
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)914150730

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