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World cinema's 'dialogues' with Hollywood / edited by Paul Cooke

Contributor(s): Cooke, Paul, �d 1969-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007Description: xii, 266 p. : ill. ; �c 23 cm.ISBN: 9781403998958 (hbk.); 1403998957 (hbk.).Subject(s): Motion pictures -- History. 0 | Motion picture industry -- History. 0 | Motion pictures -- California -- Los Angeles -- History. 0 | Motion picture industry -- California -- Los Angeles -- History.1
Contents:
From Caligari to Edward scissorhands: the continuing meta-cinematic journey of German expressionism / Paul Cooke -- Dream factory and film factor: the Soviet response to Hollywood 1917-1941 / Graham Roberts -- Anglo-American collaboration: Korda, Selznick and Goldwyn / Charles Drazin -- From Pirandello to MGM: when classical Hollywood reads European literature / Catherine O'Rawe -- The modernism of Frank Capra and European ethical thought / Sam B. Girgus -- The transnational journey of the celluloid Baiana: round-trip Rio-LA / Lisa Shaw -- The American dream in post-war Italy / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith -- Colonising the European utopia: Hollywood musicals in Europe / Fiona Handyside -- Sex, gender and auteurism: the French new wave and Hollywood / Diana Holmes -- A fistful of Yojimbo: appropriation and dialogue in Japanese cinema / Rachel Hutchinson -- All that melodrama allows: Sirk, Fassbinder, Almod�var, Haynes / Eric M. Thau -- Lost in translation: a few vagaries of the alphabet game played between Bombay cinema and Hollywood / Kaushik Bhaumik -- Between sunrise and sunset: an elliptical dialogue between American and European cinema / Rob Stone -- Hero: how Chinese is it? Julian Stringer, Qiong Yu. 0
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From Caligari to Edward scissorhands: the continuing meta-cinematic journey of German expressionism / Paul Cooke -- Dream factory and film factor: the Soviet response to Hollywood 1917-1941 / Graham Roberts -- Anglo-American collaboration: Korda, Selznick and Goldwyn / Charles Drazin -- From Pirandello to MGM: when classical Hollywood reads European literature / Catherine O'Rawe -- The modernism of Frank Capra and European ethical thought / Sam B. Girgus -- The transnational journey of the celluloid Baiana: round-trip Rio-LA / Lisa Shaw -- The American dream in post-war Italy / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith -- Colonising the European utopia: Hollywood musicals in Europe / Fiona Handyside -- Sex, gender and auteurism: the French new wave and Hollywood / Diana Holmes -- A fistful of Yojimbo: appropriation and dialogue in Japanese cinema / Rachel Hutchinson -- All that melodrama allows: Sirk, Fassbinder, Almod�var, Haynes / Eric M. Thau -- Lost in translation: a few vagaries of the alphabet game played between Bombay cinema and Hollywood / Kaushik Bhaumik -- Between sunrise and sunset: an elliptical dialogue between American and European cinema / Rob Stone -- Hero: how Chinese is it? Julian Stringer, Qiong Yu. 0

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