Perspectives on European Film and History
Leen Engelen, Roel Vande Winkel
Academia Press, 2007 - History - 279 pages
This volume addresses the representation of European history in European cinema through a collection of nine case studies such as Der Untergang (2004) and Dawn (1928).
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Andrei Rublev 1966 as a Historical Film
4 Artist Legends and the Historical Film
Cromwell 1970 Winstanley
7 Reframing the Past to Change the Future
The comfort of strangers
The Promise of History on Film
Notes on the Contributors
6 A truly fatherlandish epic? Karl Grunes Waterloo 1928
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