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Title Caught in-between : intermediality in contemporary Eastern European and Russian cinema / edited by Ágnes Pethő.

Publication Info. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2020]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 260 pages) : illustrations
Series Edinburgh studies in film and intermediality
Edinburgh studies in film and intermediality.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: The Art of In-Betweenness in Contemporary Eastern European Cinema / Agnes Petho -- Part 1: Entangled Sensations, Cinema in-between the Arts. Intermedially Emotional: Musical Mood Cues, Disembodied Feelings in Contemporary Hungarian Melodramas / Hajnal Kiraly -- Black-and-White Sensations of History and Female Identity in Contemporary Polish and Czech Cinema / Judit Pieldner -- Sculpture and Affect in Cinema's Expanded Field. From Aleksey Gherman's Hard to Be a God to Aleksey Gherman Jr's Under Electric Clouds / Agnes Petho -- Intermedial Densities in the Work of Jan Švankmajer: A Media-Anthropological Case Study / Mareike Sera -- Part 2: Immersions into Memory, Culture and Intermediality. Trickster Narratives and Carnivalesque Intermediality in Contemporary Romanian Cinema / Christina Stojanova -- Photographic Passages to the Past in Eastern European Non-Fiction Films / Melinda Blos-Jani -- Trauma, Memorialisation and Intermediality in Jasmila Žbanić's For Those Who Can Tell No Tales / Katalin Sandor -- An Immersive Theatrical Journey through Media and Time in Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark / Fatima Chinita -- Part 3: Reflections upon Reality, Representation and Power. The Real and the Intermedial in Alexander Sokurov's Family Trilogy / Malgorzata Bugaj -- This is Not Magritte: Corneliu Porumboiu's Theory of Representation / Zsolt Gyenge -- Intermedial Détrompe l'Oeil and Contemporary Polish Narrative Cinema / Gabriel Laverdiere -- Superhero Genre and Graphic Storytelling in Contemporary Hungarian and Russian Cinema / Bence Kranicz.
Summary "This collection of essays explores intermediality as a new perspective in the interpretation of the cinemas that have emerged after the collapse of the former Eastern bloc. As an aesthetic based on a productive interaction of media and highlighting cinema's relationship with the other arts, intermediality always implies a state of in-betweenness which is capable of registering tensions and ambivalences that go beyond the realm of media. The comparative analyses of films from Hungary, Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Russia demonstrate that intermediality can be employed in this way as a form of introspection dealing with complex issues of art and society. Appearing in a variety of sensuous or intellectual modes, intermediality can become an effective poetic strategy to communicate how the cultures of the region are caught in-between East and West, past and present, emotional turmoil and more detached self-awareness. The diverse theoretical approaches that unravel this in-betweenness contribute to the understanding of intermedial phenomena in contemporary cinema as a whole."--Publisher description
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Subject Motion pictures -- Europe, Eastern -- History.
Motion pictures -- Russia -- History.
HISTORY -- Europe -- Former Soviet Republics.
Motion pictures.
Eastern Europe.
Russia.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
History.
Added Author Pethő, Ágnes, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Caught in-between. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2020] 1474435491 (OCoLC)1039934797
ISBN 9781474435505 (electronic bk.)
1474435505 (electronic bk.)
1474435491
9781474435499