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Transnational cinema in a global north

Nordic cinema in transition

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Published by Wayne State University Press in Detroit .
Written in English

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  • Scandinavia.
    • Subjects:
    • Motion pictures -- Scandinavia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Andrew Nestingen and Trevor G. Elkington.
      SeriesContemporary approaches to film and television series
      ContributionsNestingen, Andrew K., Elkington, Trevor G. 1970-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.S2 T73 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 379 p. :
      Number of Pages379
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3296813M
      ISBN 100814332439
      LC Control Number2004021360

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A groundbreaking and much-needed contribution to Nordic film studies, Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition provides a unique addition to the growing body of work on transnationalism and : Paperback. A groundbreaking and much-needed contribution to Nordic film studies, Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition provides a unique addition to the growing body of work on transnationalism and globalization.

Transnational Cinema in a Global North (Paperback) Nordic Cinema in Transition (Contemporary Approaches to Film and Television) By Andrew Nestingen (Contribution by), Birgir Thor Moller (Contribution by), Bjorn Sorenssen (Contribution by) Wayne State University Press,pp.

Publication Date: Ma Transnational Cinema in a Global North 作者: Nestingen, Andrew (EDT)/ Elkington, Trevor G. (EDT) 出版社: Wayne State University Press 副标题: Nordic Cinema in Transition 出版年: 页数: 定价: GBP 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Review of Transnational Cinema in a Global North.

Andrew K. Nestingen, Trevor G. Elkington, eds. Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in State University Press: Transnational Cinema: The Film Reader provides an overview of the key concepts and debates within the developing field of transnational cinema. Bringing together seminal essays from a wide range of sources, this volume engages with films that fashion their narrative and aesthetic dynamics in relation to more than one national or cultural community/5(4).

Book Description. Transnational Cinema: The Film Reader provides an overview of the key concepts and debates within the developing field of transnational cinema. Bringing together seminal essays from a wide range of sources, this volume engages with films that fashion their narrative and aesthetic dynamics in relation to more than one national or cultural community.

Concepts of transnational cinema. a discursive approach in this article, since prescription is a form of discourse whose politics often obscure the history of its object; whereas description is another form of discourse whose history of its object often masks its politics.

Transnational cinema is a developing concept within film studies that encompasses a range of theories relating to the effects of globalization upon the cultural and economic aspects of film.

It incorporates the debates and influences of postnationalism, postcolonialism, consumerism and Third cinema, amongst many other topics. Transnational cinema debates consider the development and subsequent effect of films, cinemas. In the second sentence, he takes the scope of the book and the ‘transnational’ back to the beginnings of Chinese cinema.

From this account, it is clear that the potential meanings of ‘transnational cinema’ are many and various.

It can be traced back to the beginnings of cin- ema Size: KB. "Volume of essays examining the transition from national Nordic cinemas to transnational and global Nordic cinema. Contributors analyze three crucial sites in contemporary Scandinavian cinema: economic change, trends and changes in production cycles, and the most important films of the decade, defined in popular and aesthetic terms"--Provided by publisher.

Nestingen, Andrew and Elkington, Trevor G. (eds) (), Transnational Cinema In a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition, Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Transnational cinema is characterized by awareness and diversity, and a speed capable of linking people across nations in minimum possible time.

It affects the global economy and the cinematic literacy of its audiences and becomes the source of anxiety by: Transnational Cinema in. Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition. Andrew Nestingen and Trevor G. Elkington, editors.

Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Cited by: Reviewed Work(s): Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition (by Andrew Nestingen & Trevor G. Elkington (eds.)) id 82feddb-4bf6-bedbb4dac17b9 (old id ) date added to LUP date last changed World Literature, Transnational Cinema, and Global Media is ideal to further the theoretical discussion for those undergraduate and graduate departments in cinema studies, media studies, arts and art history, communications, journalism, and new digital media programs at all levels.

Category: Social Science Transnational Cinema In A Global North. Transnational Cinema. Significantly, in Nestingen & Elkington called their book about the state of Nordic cinema Transnational Cinema in a Global North.

The concept of transnational film seemed necessary to define the development: “Financing for Nordic cinema productions is often multinational; the cultural-political bodies that provide.

Transnational cinema: The film reader (Ezra & Rowden, ) is an anthology of papers on transnational cinema from the two earlier decades. It introduces the emerging debates of the transnational Author: Wajiha Raza Rizvi. Transnational Cinema: The Film Reader provides an overview of the key concepts and debates within the developing field of transnational cinema.

Bringing together seminal essays from a wide range of sources, this volume engages with films that fashion their narrative and aesthetic dynamics in relation to more than one national or cultural community.

Concepts of transnational cinema: towards a critical transnationalism in film studies. Transnational Cinemas: Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition, Andrew Nestingen & Trevor G.

Elkington (eds.) ()Author: Ann-Kristin Wallengren. Book Description: The opening up of Poland economically and politically to global influences after the fall of the Berlin Wall incoupled with the rise of transnational approaches to the study of film, present ideal conditions for an examination of Polish cinema from a transnational vantage point.

An in-depth exploration of film remakes within global media culture. Bringing together a range of international scholars, Transnational Film Remakes is the first edited collection to specifically focus on the phenomenon of cross-cultural remakes.

Using a variety of case studies, from Hong Kong remakes of Japanese cinema to Bollywood remakes of Australian television, this book provides an. This vital theoretical intervention allows Transnational Horror Cinema to widen its scope to the social and cultural work of these global bodies of excess and the economy of their grotesque exchanges.

With this in mind, the authors consider these bodies’ potentials to explore and perhaps to explode rigid cultural scripts of embodiment.

Hjort, M. (a). From epiphanic culture to circulation: The dynamic of globalization in Nordic cinema. In A. Nestingen & T. Elkington (Eds.), Transnational cinema in a global North. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Google ScholarAuthor: Henry Bacon. Book Description. Transnational feminism has been critical to feminist theorizing in the global North over the last few decades. Perhaps due to its broad terminology, transnational feminism can become vague and dislocated, losing its ability to name specific critiques of and responses to empire, race, and globalization that are emboldened by its transnational remit.

The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts: A Transnational Art-Cinema came about in light of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)’s major exhibition of works by contemporary German directors associated with the so-called Berlin School, perhaps Germany’s most important contemporary filmmaking movement.

Christoph Hochhäusler, the movement’s keenest spokesperson, stated that "the Berlin. World Literature, Transnational Cinema, and Global Media is ideal to further the theoretical discussion for those undergraduate and graduate departments in cinema studies, media studies, arts and art history, communications, journalism, and new digital media programs at all levels.

Polish Cinema in a Transnational Context addresses this lacuna in film studies, offering extended analysis of this national cinema's global influence. Contributors assess the reception of Polish films in Europe and North America, Polish international coproductions, the presence of Polish performers in foreign films, and the works of subversive.

Transnational Cinema: The Film Reader provides an overview of the key concepts and debates within the developing field of transnational cinema.

Bringing together seminal essays from a wide range of sources, this volume engages with films that fashion their narrative and aesthetic dynamics in relation to more than one national or cultural community/5(3).

In this Book. This book examines Hollywood’s post “remaking” of popular Chinese film culture for both its American and global markets. While focusing on the various cultural politics of this remaking and responses to them, it also tracks Hollywood’s cultural impact on contemporary (trans)national Chinese-language cinemas and its practices.

An example is Ella Shohat and Robert Stam’s book Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality, and Transnational Media (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, ), discussed in Oxford Bibliographies article on Cinema and Media Studies Immigration and Cinema, which defends the term’s potential usefulness while pointing to its politically.

book review Teaching transnational cinema: politics and pedagogy, edited by Katarzyna Marciniak and Bruce Bennett, New York and London, Routledge,pp., $ (hardback); $ (paperback), ISBN Simultaneous Worlds challenges the notion that science fiction cinema is largely a Western genre by focusing on cinemas and cultures from Cuba to North Korea that are not traditionally associated with science fiction.

This is the first volume to bring a transnational, interdisciplinary lens to science fiction cinema. Transnational feminism has been critical to feminist theorizing in the global North over the last few decades.

Perhaps due to its broad terminology, transnational feminism can become vague and dislocated, losing its ability to name specific critiques of and responses to empire, race, and globalization that are emboldened by its transnational by: 2.

In his book The Geopolitical Aesthetic: Cinema and Space in the World System (), Fredric Jameson analyses some films that provide a mapping of the world system-such as The Parallax View (, by Alan J.

Pakula), Perfumed Nightmare (, by Kidlat Tahimik), Videodrome (, by David Cronenberg)-as allegories of unconscious, political.

Christine Ingebritsen. "Stieg Larsson and the New Globalism: Lessons from Sweden in an uncertain age." Power in a Complex Global System. Eds Louis W. Pauly and Bruce W. Jentleson. New York: Routledge, Learn more; Andrew K. Nestingen, Trevor G. Elkington, eds. Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition.

“International Cinema and the Girl (), edited by Fiona Handyside and Kate Taylor-Jones, is a welcome and important contribution at the intersection of girls studies and feminist film theory. This is a balanced and exciting collection of essays. Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. Transnational Cinema And Its Impact On The World Words | 6 Pages.

of imagined community, suggesting the notion of ‘imagined worlds’ that are established by the intersecting five aspects of global cultural flows: ethnoscapes, technoscapes, finanscapes, mediascapes, and ideoscapes.

Transnational Cinema in Europe is the result of a collaboration of two research groups in Madrid and Vienna. The book consists of articles by members of both research groups, as well as by several other experts.

international market has led to lively exchanges and meeting points between local and national identity discourses and global. Cinema as a medium has become a more prevalent form of exposure to the concept of transnationalism, especially for the younger generations that do not remember a time without television or the internet.

Furthermore, as a visual portrayal, the potency of transnational outreach is intensified by expanding accessibility.Introduction. Transnational feminism developed out of postcolonial and women of color feminisms, both of which critiqued the idea that “sisterhood is global” (see Robin Morgan, Sisterhood is Global, New York: Feminist Press at CUNY, ).While Morgan’s book was a paradigmatic articulation of this viewpoint, the notion of global sisterhood had been circulating since the late s.