A companion to German cinema / edited by Terri Ginsberg, Andrea Mensch.
Contributor(s): Ginsberg, Terri [edt, aui] | Mensch, Andrea [edt, aui] | Broe, Dennis [aut] | Dennis, David Brandon [aut] | Knight, Julia [aut] | Enns, Anthony [aut] | Clarke, David [aut] | Hosek, Jennifer Ruth [aut] | Devi, Gayatri [aut] | Pummer, Claudia [aut] | Limbrick, Peter [aut] | Arslan, Savas [aut] | Layne, Priscilla [aut] | Steinwender, Harald [aut] | Zahlten, Alexander [aut] | Gillett, Robert M [aut] | Krämer, Nadja [aut] | Arnold-de Simine, Silke [aut] | Vilhotti, Domenica [aut] | Winkle, Sally [aut] | Vukadinović, Vojin Saša [aut] | Guerin, Frances [aut] | Ginsberg, Terri [aut] | Prickett, David James [aut] | Forrest, Tara [aut].Material type: TextSeries: Wiley-Blackwell companions to national cinema: Publisher: Malden : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012Edition: 1st ed.Description: xiv, 601 str. : ilustr. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781405194365.Subject(s): Motion pictures -- Germany | njemačka kinematografija 20. stoljeće | njemačka kinematografija 21. stoljeće | njemački film
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First movement: destabilization. Have dialectic, will travel: the GDR Indianerfilme as critique and radical imaginary / Dennis Broe -- Coming out into socialism: Heiner Carow's third way / David Brandon Dennis / Germany identity, myth, and documentary film / Julia Knight -- Post-reunification cinema: horror, nostalgia, redemption / Anthony Enns -- "Capitalism has no more natural enemies": the Berlin School / David Clarke -- Projecting Heimat: on the regional and the urban in recent cinema / Jennifer Ruth Hosek -- No happily ever after: disembodying gender, destabilizing nation in Angelina Maccarone's Unveiled / Gayatri Devi -- Second movement: dislocation. Views across the Rhine: border poetics in Straub-Huillet's Machorka-Muff (1962) and Lothringen! / Claudia Pummer Ginsberg -- Contested spaces: Kamal Aljafari's transnational Palestinian films / Peter Limbrick -- Fatih Akin's Homecomings / Savaş Arslan -- Lessons in liberation: Fassbinder's Whity at the crossroads of hollywood melodrama and blaxploitation / Priscilla Layne -- Sexploitation film from West Germany / Harald Steinwender and Alexander Zahlten -- A documentarist at the limits of queer: the films of Jochen Hick / Robert M. Gillett -- Models of masculinity in postwar Germany: the Sissi films and the West German Wiederbewaffnungsdebatte / Nadja Krämer -- Crossdressing, remakes, and national stereotypes: the Germany-Hollywood connection / Silke Arnold-De Simine -- Third movement: disidentification. The aesthetics of ethnic cleansing: a historiographic and filmic analysis of Andres Veiel's Balagan / Domenica Vilhotti -- Margarethe von Trotta's Rosenstrasse: "feminist re-visions" of a historical controversy / Sally Winkle -- The Baader Oedipus Complex / Vojin Saa Vukadinovic -́- Dislocations: videograms of a revolution and the search for images / Frances Guerin -- Germany welcomes back its Jews: Go for Zucker! and the women in German debate (aka Wiggie-leaks: a polemical analysis) / Terri Ginsberg -- Screening the German social divide: Aelrun Goette's Die kinder sind tot / David James Prickett -- A negative utopia: Michael Haneke's fragmentary cinema / Tara Forrest.
A Companion to German Cinema offers a wide-ranging collection of essays demonstrating state-of-play scholarship on German cinema at a time during which cinema studies as well as German cinema have once again begun to flourish.
Offers a careful combination of theoretical rigor, conceptual accessibility, and intellectual inclusiveness
Includes essays by well-known writers as well as up-and-coming scholars who take innovative critical approaches to both time-honored and emergent areas in the field, especially regarding race, gender, sexuality, and (trans)nationalism
Distinctive for its contemporary relevance, reorienting the field to the global twenty-first century
Fills critical gaps in the extant scholarship, opening the field onto new terrains of critical engagement