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eBook And the Mirror Cracked: Feminist Cinema and Film Theory ePub

by Anneke Smelik

  • ISBN: 0312211422
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Anneke Smelik
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (July 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 219
  • ePub book: 1917 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1135 kb
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And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema

And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema. Tracing the highly productive ways in which feminist directors create alternative film forms, Anneke Smelik highlights cinematic issues which are central to feminist films: authorship, point of view, metaphor, montage and the excessive image.

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And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema. Tracing the productive ways in which feminist directors create alternative film forms, Anneke Smelik highlights cinematic issues which are central to feminist films: authorship, point of view, metaphor, montage, and the excessive image. In a continuous mirror game between theory and And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema.

And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema

And The Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema. Tracing the highly productive ways in which feminist directors create alternative film forms, Anneke Smelik highlights cinematic issues which are central to feminist films: authorship, point of view

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and self-reflexive subject positions, and this is the thesis I will argue in this book

-And the Mirror Cracked Feminist Cinema and Film Theory-Palgrave. p. 1 Today, I think that the historical context of feminism allows both the position of the female filmmaker and that of the female spectator to become enacted (legitimar) and empowered as conscious and self-reflexive subject positions, and this is the thesis I will argue in this book. 2 I focus on films which construct a feminist position through an alternative but recognizable use of traditional cinematic codes and conventions.

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Place of Publication. Film, TV & Radio. ANNEKE SMELIK studied English and film theatre studies at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands and received her PhD in film studies at the University of Amsterdam

Place of Publication. ANNEKE SMELIK studied English and film theatre studies at the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands and received her PhD in film studies at the University of Amsterdam. Country of Publication.

And the Mirror Cracked explores the politics and pleasures of contemporary feminist cinema. Tracing the highly productive ways in which feminist directors create alternative film forms, Anneke Smelik highlights cinematic issues which are central to feminist films: authorship, point of view, metaphor, montage and the excessive image. In a continuous mirror game between theory and cinema, this study explains how these cinematic techniques are used to represent female subjectivity positively and affirmatively. Among the films considered are: A Question of Silence, Bagdad Cafe, Sweetie, and The Virgin Machine.