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Shoah

Sue Vice

Sue Vice is a Lecturer in the Dept of English Literature at the University of Sheffield. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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British Film Institute, 2011

BFI Film Classics

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...Claude Lanzmann’s epic 1985 film ‘Shoah’ tells the story of the Holocaust through interviews with survivors of the extermination camps, bystanders who watched or participated in mass murder, and some of the perpetrators of genocide. Sue Vice addresses Lanzmann’s central role in the film and the issue of representing the unrepresentable....

Introduction: Space and Women’s Cinema

Sue Thornham

Sue Thornham is Professor of Media and Film at the University of Sussex, UK. She is the author of numerous books including Women, Feminism and Media (2007), What if I Had Been the Hero (BFI Publishing 2012); the co-author, with Tony Purvis, of Television Drama: Theories and Identities (2005); the editor of Feminist Film Theory: A Reader (1999), and the co-editor, with Caroline Bassett and Paul Marris, of Media Studies: A Reader (3rd edition 2009). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Spaces of Women’s Cinema : Space, Place and Genre in Contemporary Women’s Filmmaking

British Film Institute, 2019

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... Vice Versa)’, and Tom Gunning, whose interest is specifically in the narrative discourse of cinema, for example, draw on Gérard Genette’s division of storytelling into ‘narration and description’. The former, for Genette, is concerned...

Landscapes and Stories

Sue Thornham

Sue Thornham is Professor of Media and Film at the University of Sussex, UK. She is the author of numerous books including Women, Feminism and Media (2007), What if I Had Been the Hero (BFI Publishing 2012); the co-author, with Tony Purvis, of Television Drama: Theories and Identities (2005); the editor of Feminist Film Theory: A Reader (1999), and the co-editor, with Caroline Bassett and Paul Marris, of Media Studies: A Reader (3rd edition 2009). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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What If I Had Been the Hero? : Investigating Women’s Cinema

British Film Institute, 2012

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... or discourse-time continues, and we look at the characters and the setting elements as a tableau vivant’ (‘What Novels Can Do That, Films Can’t (and Vice Versa)’, 1981, p. 119). is to fix women on the side of description. It is also to say...

Doubled Spaces: The Landscapes of Adaptation

Sue Thornham

Sue Thornham is Professor of Media and Film at the University of Sussex, UK. She is the author of numerous books including Women, Feminism and Media (2007), What if I Had Been the Hero (BFI Publishing 2012); the co-author, with Tony Purvis, of Television Drama: Theories and Identities (2005); the editor of Feminist Film Theory: A Reader (1999), and the co-editor, with Caroline Bassett and Paul Marris, of Media Studies: A Reader (3rd edition 2009). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Spaces of Women’s Cinema : Space, Place and Genre in Contemporary Women’s Filmmaking

British Film Institute, 2019

Book chapter

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... and then exploring some instances in more detail. Mastering space Seymour Chatman’s ‘What Novels Can Do That Films Can’t (and Vice Versa)’ (1981) is, as critics have pointed out, an essay that, despite the parenthesis in its title, is primarily...