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...Gulf: Tank Gorgon / Golden Sea. From long ago the Gorgon’s gaze stares through time into our days. Under seas, as slow as oil the Gorgon’s snaky tresses coil. The Gorgon under the golden tide brings ghettos, gulags, genocide. ECU-Land...

Constructing the Fantasy of Hungary: Elite Concepts of the National

David Frey

David Frey is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, United States Military Academy at West Point. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jews, Nazis, and the Cinema of Hungary : The Tragedy of Success, 1929-44

I.B. Tauris, 2018

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...Introduction Similar to its neighbors, Hungary struggled through a post-Great War identity crisis, its elites frantically searching for durable, usable notions of the national ‘essence’, ‘soul’, or ‘character’. Balázs Trencsényi...

Bloody Pit of Horror (Il boia scarlatto)

100 European Horror Films : BFI Screen Guides

British Film Institute, 2007

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...Massimo Pupillo’s Bloody Pit of Horror merits special attention for its unique pop culture blending of peplum (‘sword-and-sandal’ movies), fumeti (Italian comic books) and Gothic horror film. It is also one of the first genre films...
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...Omar Khayyam Restaurant, Bradford The blasphemers’ banquet table: there on mirrored cushions will sit Voltaire, me, Molière, Omar Khayyam, Lord Byron and that, that’s Salman Rushdie’s chair. It’s perfect for tonight’s blasphemers...

Gantz

Philip Brophy

Philip Brophy is a film director, composer and sound designer. He is founder of the Cinesonic International Conference of Film Scores and Sound Design from which he has edited three books on film sound and music, the most recent being Cinesonic: Experiencing The Soundtrack (AFTRS Publishing, Sydney 2002). He has also written for The Wire, London, and Film Comment. He teaches cinema studies at RMIT University, Australia, and is the author of the BFI Screen Guides 100 Modern Soundtracks (2004) and 100 Anime (2005). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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100 Anime : BFI Screen Guides

British Film Institute, 2005

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...The most frightening part of Gantz is the opening subway station scene. Katou waits for his train. Having witnessed his behaviour at school we know he is desultory, solipsistic, withdrawn, repressed. The subway is ‘real’ but the soundtrack...

Intimacy and Distance – Domestic Servants in Latin American Women’s Cinema: La mujer sin cabeza and El niño pez/The Fish Child

Deborah Shaw

Deborah Shaw is Reader in Film Studies at the University of Portsmouth, UK, where her keyresearch interests are in transnational film theory and Latin American cinema. She is the foundingco-editor of the Transnational Cinemas journal and her books include Contemporary Latin AmericanCinema: Ten Key Films (2003) and The Three Amigos: The Transnational Filmmaking of Guillermo delToro, Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Alfonso Cuarón (2013). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Latin American Women Filmmakers : Production, Politics, Poetics

I.B.Tauris, 2017

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...There have been a number of Latin American feature films that have travelled through the transnational circuits of film exhibition and distribution with the relationship between mistresses, masters and servants at their centre. This focus...

Britain on the Edge 2: Passions and Repressions

Stephanie Muir

Stephanie Muir is course coordinator of film studies at Richmond upon Thames College, Twickenham, and the author of Studying City of God. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Studying Ealing Studios

Auteur, 2010

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...It Always Rains on Sunday David Sharp David Sharp @ http://www.screenonline.org.uk/film/id/486809/. What we see is a morally bankrupt microcosm of post-WWII society, where most characters grab what they can, with no regard for anyone else...

The Influence of the Popular Arts

Ken Dancyger

Ken Dancyger is the author of numerous books on screenwriting, editing, and production. He conducts screenwriting forums and workshops in North America, Europe, and Asia. A past chair of Undergraduate studies in the Department of Film and Television at NYU, he is currently Professor of Film and Television at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Technique of Film and Video Editing : History, Theory, and Practice

Focal Press, 2013

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... The Influence of the Popular Arts j Film as a narrative form had numerous influences, particularly the popular novel of the nineteenth-century1 and the theatrical genres of spectacle, pan- tomime, and melodrama.2 The character...

The Flawed Christian National System

David Frey

David Frey is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, United States Military Academy at West Point. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jews, Nazis, and the Cinema of Hungary : The Tragedy of Success, 1929-44

I.B. Tauris, 2018

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...Introduction By 1939, the pathogens of antisemitism had sickened and split the entire motion picture business. The creators of the Film Chamber envisioned their organization as the integrative palliative to the industry-wide fractures...
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...A city wall not quite sure where, no May Day posters plastered there. Flea market. Although it’s May Day no parade disturbs the new free world of trade, only the memory of a choir and from it one voice rising higher The lyra man. out...