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Development of the film; an interpretive history.

New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich [1973] .
ISBN 0155176226, 9780155176225

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Subjects CineĢma -- Histoire.
Motion pictures -- History.
Motion pictures.
Description xv, 425 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Discovery, enthusiasm and expressiveness -- Toward a style for the times -- Beginnings: before the birth -- Acceleration: the first two decades -- Emergence of a film style -- Stylization and expressiveness -- Griffith and the expressiveness of editing -- Influences and resources -- The Birth of a Nation -- Intolerance -- Repetition and decline -- The Russians and epic montage -- The epic -- Eisenstein: Montage and dialectical materialism -- Pudovkin: linkage -- Dovzhenko: timeless currents -- The Germans and expressionism -- A form for the inner life -- Wegener, Wiene and Mayer, Leni -- Fritz Lang: Expressionist epic and expressive realism -- Toward greater realism and pessimism -- Toward realism, a gamut of approaches -- Toward objective representation: Pabst -- Naturalism: Von Stroheim -- The spectrum of mixed styles -- Comedy and expressiveness -- The directors -- The clowns -- Chaplin -- Langdon and Lloyd -- Keaton -- Sound, society and the establishment of realism -- Changing structures for changing feelings -- Realism's new dominance -- Shaping influences -- Manifestations -- Sound and style: expressiveness -- The Soviet approach: sound and ideology -- Von Sternberg: Sound and stylization -- Vigo: sound and the interior life -- Sound and style: varieties of realism -- The French approach -- The American approach -- Social problems and realism -- War and antiwar -- Poverty, injustice, oppression -- Historical/biographical -- Europe -- The world of entertainment: genres and stars -- Gangster films -- Mystery and detection -- Horror fantasy -- The western -- The historical film -- The musical -- Comedy and sound: smooth and wild -- Sound and the clowns -- Toward plausibility -- Europe -- Genres, realism and the personal style -- John Huston -- Carol Reed -- David Lean: realism to grandiosity -- Hitchcock: the everyday nightmare -- John Ford: Realistic epic -- Welles and Renoir: the personal vision and voice -- Welles -- Renoir -- New consolidations, new directions -- Modifying realism and expressiveness -- Italian neo-realism -- American romantic realism -- New technology, new techniques -- New expressiveness -- New directions out of old -- New views of reality -- The new style: openness -- Antonioni and the newer realism -- Antonioni -- Bellochio, Bertolucci and others -- Olmi -- Visconti -- Fellini, Pasolini and surreal expressionism -- Fellini -- Pasolini -- Bergman, Bunuel, Bresson: the individual voice and vision -- Bergman -- Bunuel -- Bresson: transcendence -- French Renaissance and rediscovery: new wave and after -- Godard -- Truffaut -- Chabrol -- Melville, Clouzot, and others -- Restraint: Rohmer and others -- Resnais -- Britain: anger and after -- Negation, defeat -- Rebellion of consciousness -- Romantic sensibility self-betrayed -- Romantic sensibility celebrated -- Other themes: Brooks, Russell, Losey -- America: the new social realis and the matazz -- Shifting balances: the social film -- The new free spirit -- The new vision in the western -- The new violence: Peckinpah and Kubrick -- New voices in international film -- Japan -- India -- Poland -- Czechoslovakia -- Hungary -- Yugoslavia -- Soviet Union -- Germany -- Brazil -- New worlds of entertainment and art -- The star -- The genre -- Comedy and the persona-director -- The industry -- Purpose.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)700641
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Casty, Alan.
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