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Quebec tourists in Florida: a sociocultural phenomenon
Quebec tourism on Hollywood beach in Florida, December 2013. R. Tremblay. In Quebec, the South does not exist! In the 80s, the geograph Christian Morissonneau noted that the Quebec people’s consensus on the south was around a region outside the state borders, but in the same time zone: Miami and Flo...
Phenomenology and film creation of white transcendentals
La version finale de ce texte est parue sous le titre « The very image of privilege : film creation of white transcendentals in Vienna and Hollywood », dans Bettina Bergo et Tracey Nicholls (édit.), I don't see color : personal and critical perspectives on white privilege, Penn State University Pres...
Dreaming the death of Orphea: Mankiewicz, Greek in Hollywood
Siegfried Kracauer/Siegfried Kracauer's American Writings: Essays on Film and Popular Culture
this book, co-edited by Johannes von Moltke and Kristy Rawson, is an opportunity to plunge into the American work of the author of the famous De Caligari book in Hitler: a psychological story of German cinema through a series of texts published between 1941 and 1961 in various American journals (Com...
Between Hollywood and Godlywood
Nathalie Dupont, Between Hollywood and Godlywood : the case of Walden Media, Peter Lang, 2015, 339 pages. This book sheds new light on the relationship between conservative Christianity and Hollywood through a case study of Walden Media, which produced The Chronicles of Narnia franchise. Financed by...
Culture of Class
In an innovative cultural history of Argentine movies and radio in the decades before Peronism, Matthew B. Karush demonstrates that competition with jazz and Hollywood cinema shaped Argentina's domestic cultural production in crucial ways, as Argentine producers tried to elevate their offerings to a...
Schumann-Heink (born Rössler), Ernestine (Tini)
* 15.6.1861 Lieben/Böhemen (now Prague), 17.11.1936 Hollywood, CA/USA. Singer (old, mezzosoprane).
Indian cinema, at Hispanoamerica conquest
Treaty on Indian Cinema and clarifies: Indian cinema and not Hindu film, which is a religion. He confirmed that there was evidence of a confluence between Indian cinema and the Spanish-American public. With more than 1.300 films per year, Indian cinema is the only sector of the seventh art which, gl...
Kendra Marston interrogates representations of melancholic white femininity in contemporary Hollywood cinema, arguing that the ‘melancholic white woman’ serves as a vehicle through which to explore the excesses of late capitalism and a crisis of faith in the American dream.
The journey of failure sadly, alone and finally
El estudio presenta la primera novela del escritor argentino Osvaldo Soriano (1943-1997), publicada en 1973 y su relación con el cine que se dá tanto a nivel de los personajes de Hollywood – como Stan Laurel y Charlie Chaplin que protagonizan la narración –, como a nivel de ambiente – puesto que se...
Editorial. “I will speak Spanish soon”
Experimental Film (1945). Editorial. “I will soon talk Spanish.” Experimental cinema. (5): 257-258. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/42644.
Arabs seen by Americans.
here are some personal comments that I took after watching four recent American films — and good films elsewhere — on the Middle East: Syriana (2005), The Kingdom (2007), Charlie Wilson’s War (2007), and Body of Lies (2008). Charlie Wilson’s War speaks about Afghanistan and is not about Arabs, but t...
PERFORMANCES AND INDICATORS IN THE EXAMINATION: Great GATSBY (2013) FLM
Cinema and literature are two branches of art that have been in serious cooperation for the last 120 years. Many other countries' cinemas, particularly the Hollywood film industry, have filmed various best-selling or literary novels-books. Some novels can also provide socio-economic and cultural dat...
"Would Keep a Person Entertained Whether He or She Wanted to Be or Not" – The Entertainment Value of Classic Hollywood Musicals in Light of Audience Surveys
Ideal Composition Doll
This doll is comprised of a composition head and hands on a cloth body which contains a squeeze mechanism. The head has brown glued on hair. The face has sleeping blue eyes, painted on eyebrows, pink tinted cheeks, red lips, and white teeth. Her original clothing is white cotton trimmed with lace. S...
The kitchens of the creation
The kitchen is a workshop. Perhaps this is even one of the very first. And it is not uncommon, to talk about the place where an artist was created, to film metaphor on culinary. Before trying to draw the contours of the kitchen, we see the criticism of being too trivial, daily, or useful for cooking...
The scene, a workshop spaced
The small machine that runs and the small pile of wood “The space is a starting point”, Valère Novarina Que the scene opens up as a question... In its richness and extensibility, the term “scene” opens a field that even the best eye does not grasp without vertige. Barthes reports that Charles Dullin...
The poetic workshop
The white page. The white canvas. Times of doubt when everything is mixed. Exaltation times where ideas flow. ‘Art is a workshop phenomenon before being a gallery phenomenon’, says René Passeron. Each artist finds himself in front of the raw material of the creation, a stone, a block of clay, a musi...
French Fries, French Foxes and Crazy Frenchmen in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction (1994) and Roger Avary's Killing Zoe (1994) French Fries, French Foxes and Crazy Frenchmen in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction (1994) and Roger Avary's Killing Zoe (1994): Reading Hollywood “Frenchness” / French Readings
International audience This article focuses on the representation of Frenchness in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction and Roger Avary's Killing Zoe, which were both released in 1994 and made by directors who regularly collaborated at the time. The treatment of Frenchness is different in both films, Pu...
Film composer Max Steiner (1888-1971)
is the first monograph of the Austro-American composer Max Steiner (1888-1971), one of the great pioneers of the film music of the so-called Golden Age Hollywoods. In the early 1930s, it is Max Steiners’ merit to have enforced and established Sinfon film music as an equal and indispensable part of t...
Sonja Fritzsche, The Liverpool Companion to World Science Fiction Film
Sonja Fritzsche, Associate Professor of German and East-European Studies at Illinois Wesleyan University (Illinois, United States) and Director of The Liverpool Companion to World Science Fiction Film, offers a collective book that considerably broadens the study and analysis of a topic often restri...
Figures of the writer in American cinema
The writer is a pole of attraction for both the filmmaker and the viewer: Hollywood produced more than 250 films with writers. But why do they return so often to American cinema? Trudy Bolter, Americans, Senior Lecturer in North American Culture at the Bordeaux Institute of Political Studies (Montes...
Unsichtbare Bibliothekare und downsizing in den USA
In einer Glosse zu Ann Seidels Film "The Hollywood Librarian" schreibt ein Mitherausgeber der Kansas City Star in einer Besprechung über die unsichtbaren Bibliothekare. Er bringt Zitate aus dem Film, wie z.B. das Paradoxon â??The better we do our jobs, the more invisible we becomeâ? oder â??The bet...
The Return of the Victorian Mummy: Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy (2017), A Modern Orientalist Tale
As part of the Dark Universe reboot of Universal Monsters, Alex Kurtzman’s movie, The Mummy (2017) was meant to give new life to the Victorian monsters that fascinated Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s. As it happened, the film also gave new life to the ideological dynamics of Victorian and Edwardian...
Audiovisual flows in Latin America. Lessons and challenges
The aim of the work is to analyse the current state of the flow of audiovisual products in Latin America, with a focus on the film industry in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. A first section analyses the debate on the impact of audiovisual flows on the international scene from the 60s to the present d...