Post War Italian Cinema

Autore: Daniela Treveri Gennari
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1135894973
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This book focuses on the involvement of the United States and the Vatican in the Italian film industry between 1945 and 1960.€Gennari analyzes the€tensions between economic (film industry), political (government) and ideological pressures.

Cineforum

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Cineforum

Autore: José Luis Micó Buchón
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Cinema Of Silvio Soldini

Autore: Bernadette Luciano
Editore: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1906510245
Grandezza: 43,88 MB
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One of the acclaimed filmmakers of the so-called 'new Italian cinema', Silvio Soldini's early films were recognized by critics for their artistic and cinematic value. This book traces his career from his first student film, "Drimage", to his documentary and shorts, and his feature films culminating in the 2004 comedy "Agatha and the Storm".

New Neapolitan Cinema

Autore: Alex Marlow-Mann
Editore: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748687653
Grandezza: 57,24 MB
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Vista: 1945
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The New Neapolitan Cinema provides close analysis of the whole of this movement, which stands as one of the most vital and stimulating currents in contemporary European Cinema.

Proiezioni Terapeutiche Il Cineforum Della Consapevolezza Per Una Cura Da Oscar

Autore: Larry E. Beutler
Editore: Sovera Edizioni
ISBN: 9788881247493
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Revolutionary Desire In Italian Cinema

Autore: Luana Ciavola
Editore: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1848766807
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Revolutionary Desire in Italian Cinema is the first book to draw on psychoanalytical concepts and film theories to examine the critical tendency of Italian cinema and the way in which auteur Italian filmmakers have expressed their counter-ideological thought and criticism against Italian society. The book examines how by being committed to Italian social reality, Italian cinema expresses a desire for revolt against the status quo and the dominant ideological order. Taking as case studies Bernardo Bertolucci’s Prima della rivoluzione, Marco Bellocchio’s I pugni in tasca, Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Porcile, Nanni Moretti’s Ecce Bombo and La messa è finita, the book relies on socio-historiographical theories through which Luana Ciavola discusses how plot and characters create a sense of revolt against the both social order and values such as family, religion and bourgeois ethics. The book confirms the central role of Italian cinema in a historical and political context, insofar as it includes a substantial background which highlights aspects of Italian history never considered before in a study on Italian cinema. Revolutionary Desire in Italian Cinema is aimed at academics, researchers, undergraduate and postgraduate students and all lovers of Italian cinema.

Trentacinque Film Classici Recensioni Tematiche Questionari Per Cineforum

Autore: Ubaldo Paleari
Editore: Effata Editrice IT
ISBN: 9788874023776
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Introduzione Alla Metodologia Del Cineforum

Autore: Alberto Bourlot
Editore: Effata Editrice IT
ISBN: 8874026021
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Un altro? Ancora un libro sul linguaggio audiovisivo e sull’analisi del film? Non sono già abbastanza le opere di questo tipo che – più o meno polverose – popolano gli scaffali delle librerie? Questi immagino possano essere gli interrogativi che...