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New German cinema

from Oberhausen to Hamburg

by James C. Franklin

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Published by Twayne in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany (West)
    • Subjects:
    • Motion pictures -- Germany (West) -- History.,
    • Motion picture plays -- History and criticism.,
    • Motion picture producers and directors -- Germany (West)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJames Franklin.
      SeriesTwayne"s filmmakers series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.G3 F7 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination227 p. :
      Number of Pages227
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3486619M
      ISBN 100805792880
      LC Control Number82006192

      : The New German Cinema (Da Capo Paperback): Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s).Price Range: $ - $ Small Nation, Global Cinema offers two strategies underwriting the transformation and globalization of contemporary Danish cinema—the processes of cultural circulation and the psychological efficacy of heritage. Focusing her study on the cultural context of the international film market, Mette Hjort argues that the New Danish Cinema presents an opportunity to understand globalization within.

        A Companion to German Cinema offers a wide-ranging collection of essays demonstrating state-of-play scholarship on German cinema at a time during which cinema studies as well as German cinema have once again begun to flourish.. Offers a careful combination of theoretical rigor, conceptual accessibility, and intellectual inclusiveness. Although the work of women directors forms an important part of the New German Cinema, women's filmmaking has developed along a course different from that of their male colleagues, and this has contributed significantly to its marginalization in most studies of the new cinema. in order to demonstrate this divided history it is necessary first to outline the factors that gave rise to the New.

      Folksonomy: A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging. Coined by Thomas Vander Wal, it is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy.   New German Cinema essentially aimed at looking into German society from a different point of view. German society had been at a low since the horrors of Hitler’s regime came to be known. The revulsion and anger of the common people were reflected in .


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Besides his publications on German cinema, Elsaesser has also edited and co-edited collections on Early Cinema, Television, New Media, as well as co-authoring a book on Contemporary Hollywood (Studying Contemporary American Film, with Warren Buckland) and an innovative Introduction to Film Theory (Film Theory: An Introduction through the Senses Cited by: New German Cinema (German: Neuer Deutscher Film) is a period in German cinema which lasted from to It saw the emergence of a new generation of directors.

Working with low budgets, and influenced by the French New Wave, such directors as Harun Farocki, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Werner Herzog, Alexander Kluge, Ulli Lommel, Wolfgang Petersen, Volker Schlöndorff, Helma Country: West Germany.

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The New German Cinema (Neuer Deutscher Film) was a child of the manifesto. Influenced by the French Nouvelle Vague, it strove to deliver political and social critique and, at the beginning, produced art-house films on low is, however, no single way of defining the most prevalent style or preoccupations of the movement.

The best way to experience the richness of its matter and Author: Ewa Zubek. New German Cinema or ‘Neuer Deutscher Film’ (or ‘Das Sexy Fassbinder Ones With The Ladies Und Der Boobies’) emerged like a sapling from the country’s moribund postwar film : Willow Green. This book takes the story of the New German Cinema beyond its strictly German context to New German cinema book its relation to the international constellations of the Cold War and postcolonial politics.

After a reevaluation of the political and aesthetic atmosphere of the s and s, John E. Davidson looks at the ways in which conceptions of “the German Cited by: Each chapter of The New German Cinema examines a particular stylistic strategy, assessing music’s role in each.

The study also examines queer strategies like kitsch and camp and explores the movement’s charged construction of human bodies on which issues of Cited by: The new German cinema. [John Sandford] Home.

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Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Sandford. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. When New German cinema directors like R. Fassbinder, Ulrike Ottinger, and Werner Schroeter explored issues of identity--national, political, personal, and sexual--music and film style played crucial roles.

Most studies of the celebrated film movement, however, have sidestepped the role of music, a curious oversight given its importance to German culture and nation formation.

About The German Cinema Book. This comprehensively revised, updated and significantly extended edition introduces German film history from its beginnings to the present day, covering key periods and movements including early and silent cinema, Weimar cinema, Nazi cinema, the New German Cinema, the Berlin School, the cinema of migration, and moving images in the digital era.

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[Thomas Elsaesser] -- The aim of this study of contemporary German cinema is to set the significant films and film-makers in their proper context. The author explains the nature of the German film industry, the cultural. Thomas Elsaesser (22 June – 4 December ) was a German film historian and professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of was the writer and director of The Sun Island, a documentary essay film about his grandfather, the architect Martin d to.

Other articles where New German Cinema is discussed: Germany: Film: das neue Kino, or the New German Cinema. Relying on state subsidy to subsist, the members of the movement sought to examine Germany’s unbewältige Vergangenheit, or “unassimilated past.” The New German Cinema had little commercial success outside of Germany, but it still was internationally influential.

NEW GERMAN CINEMA Julia Knight [Revised for 4th edition, website publication] Introduction New German Cinema is the term usually applied to a loose grouping of films that were made in West Germany (FRG) during the s, s and early s. Although grouped together,File Size: KB. About the Author Julia Knight is Principal Lecturer in the Media Arts department at the University of Luton.

She has published widely on German cinema and various aspects of British independent film and video. Essay on New German Cinema. Words 5 Pages. New German Cinema Introduction The Second World War brought forth not only physical destruction to Germany, but also cultural destruction, particularly in its film industry.

The film industry of West Germany, in particular, went under the inevitable control of the United States (US). The New German Cinema was not so much born but unleashed. This list is intended as an introduction to both the signees of the manifesto and (even more so) the heirs to their legacy.

It is important to note that despite being thought of as one movement the films are thematically and stylistically extremely varied. This book takes the story of the New German Cinema beyond its strictly German context to show its relation to the international constellations of the Cold War and postcolonial politics.

In its resolute challenge to our received ways of thinking about the New German Cinema, this is a. The simultaneous international success in the s of such filmmakers as Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders led critics to talk of a 'New German Cinema'.

Thomas Elsaesser's book is the most comprehensive and illuminating study yet produced about this major movement in. Furthermore, with its broad concerns for the West German production context, the New German Cinema’s reception both nationally and internationally, as well as issues of representation, narration, and ‘Othering,’ Nation and Identity in the New German Cinema offers an interdisciplinary contribution to the ongoing debate on national : Inga Scharf.

The German Cinema Book brings together film specialists from Europe and the United States to explore German film history from the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first century This comprehensive text re-evaluates traditional areas of interest in German Cinema (such as Weimar cinema, Nazi propaganda, New German Cinema) and complements this with a fresh look at hitherto neglected /5(3).