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Hjort Mette et Mackenzie Scott (eds.)

Cinema and Nation

Ideas of national identity, nationalism and transnationalism are now a central feature of contemporary film studies, as well as primary concerns for film-makers themselves. Embracing a range of national cinemas including Scotland, Poland, France, Turkey, Indonesia, India, Germany and America, Cinema and Nation considers the ways in which film production and reception are shaped by ideas of national belonging and examines the implications of globalisation for the concept of national cinema.

In the first three Parts, contributors explore sociological approaches to nationalism, challenge the established definitions of ’national cinema’, and consider the ways in which states - from the old Soviet Union to contemporary Scotland - aim to create a national culture through cinema. The final two Parts address the diverse strategies involved in the production of national cinema and consider how images of the nation are used and understood by audiences both at home and abroad.

 

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Date de parution : 24 août 2000
Éditeur : Routledge
ISBN : 978-0415208635
Nb. de pages : 352 pages
Langue : anglais