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A companion to Eastern European cinemas / edited by Anikó Imre.

Malden : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
Wiley-Blackwell companions to national cinemas
xiv, 525 p. ; 24 cm.
Motion pictures -- Europe, Eastern.
Introduction: Eastern European cinema from no end to the end (as we know it) / Anikó Imre
New theoretical and critical frameworks. Body horror and post-socialist cinema: Gyorgy Polfis Taxidermia / Steven Shaviro
El perro negro: transnational readings of database documentaries from Spain / Marsha Kinder
Did somebody say Communism in the classroom? or, the value of analyzing totality in recent Serbian cinema / Zoran Samardzija
Laughing into an abyss: cinema and Balkanization / Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli
Jewish identities and generational perspectives / Catherine Portuges
Aftereffects of 1989: Corneliu Porumboiu's 12:08 East of Bucharest (2006) and Romanian cinema / Alice Bardan
Cinema beyond borders: Slovenian cinema in a world context / Meta Mazaj and Shekhar Deshpande
Historical and spatial redefinitions. Center and periphery, or how Karel Vachek formed a new government / Alice Lovejoy
The Polish black series documentary and the British Free Cinema movement / Bjorn Sorenssen
Socialists in outer space: East German film's Venusian adventure / Stefan Soldovieri
Red Shift: new Albanian cinema and its dialogue with the old / Bruce Williams
National space, (trans)national cinema: Estonian film in the 1960s / Eva Näripea
For the peace, for a new man, for a better world! Italian leftist culture and Czechoslovak cinema, 1945-1968 / Francesco Pitassio
Aesthetic (re)visions. The impossible Polish new wave and its accursed Émigré auteurs: Borowczyk, Polanski, Skolimowski and Zulawski / Michael Goddard
Documentary and industrial decline in Hungary: the "zd Series" of Tamás Almási / John Cunningham
Investigating the past, envisioning the future: an exploration of post-1991 Latvian documentary / Maruta Z. Vitols
East European historical epics: genre cinema and the visualization of a heroic national past / Nikolina Dobreva
Nation, gender and history in Latvian genre cinema / Irina Novikova
A comparative study: Rein Raamat's Big tõll and Priit Pärn's Luncheon on the grass / Andreas Trossek
Yugoslav black wave: the history and poetics of polemical cinema in the 60s and 70s in Yugoslavia / Greg DeCuir, Jr.
Industries and institutions. Follow the money: financing contemporary cinema in Romania / Ioana Uricaru
An alternative model of film production: film units in Poland after WWII / Dorota Ostrowska
The Hussite heritage film: a dream for all Czech seasons / Petra Hanukovu
International coproductions as productions of heterotopias / Ewa Mazierska
East is East? new Turkish cinema and Eastern Europe / Melis Behlil.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Jacobs Family Cinema Studies Fund.
Imre, Anikó.
Jacobs Family Cinema Studies Fund.
9781444337259 (hardback : alk. paper)
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