Traditions in World Cinema
Rutgers University Press, 2006 - Performing Arts - 266 pages
Traditions in World Cinema brings together a colorful and wide ranging collection of world cinematic traditions--national, regional, and global--all of which are in need of introduction, investigation and, in some cases, critical reassessment. The movements described range from well-known traditions such as German expressionism, Italian neorealism, French, British, and Czech new wave, and new Hollywood cinema to those of emerging significance, such as Danish Dogma, postcommunist cinema, Brazilian post-Cinema Novo, new Argentine cinema, pre-independence African film traditions, Israeli persecution films, new Iranian cinema, Hindi film songs, Chinese wenyi pian melodrama, Japanese horror, and global found-footage cinema.
Bringing fresh insights to those movements that have provided significant and noteworthy alternatives to Hollywood, this book is an essential introduction to the rich diversity of world cinema.
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The French New Wave
The British New Wave
CENTRAL EASTERN AND NORTHERN EUROPEAN
SOUTH AMERICAN TRADITIONS
New Argentine Cinema
AFRICAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN TRADITIONS