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A companion to Nordic cinema / edited by Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist.

Contributor(s): Hjort, Mette [edt, aui] | Lindqvist, Ursula [edt, aui, aut] | Bondebjerg, Ib [aut] | Grøn, Nis [aut] | Hedling, Olof [aut] | Thomson, C. Claire [aut] | Widding, Astrid Söderbergh [aut] | Jönsson, Mats [aut] | Hjort, Mette [aut] | Solum, Ove [aut] | Koskinen, Maaret [aut] | Laine, Kimmo [aut] | Gustafsson, Tommy [aut] | Tybjerg, Casper [aut] | Nestingen, Andrew [aut] | Gustafson, Fredrik [aut] | Iversen, Gunnar [aut] | Rugg, Linda Haverty [aut] | Pearson, Wendy Gay [aut] | Lunde, Arne [aut] | McKenzie, Scott [aut] | Stenport, Anna Wesaternstahl [aut] | Horak, Laura [aut] | Redvall, Eva Novrup [aut] | Kääpä, Pietari [aut] | Nordfjörd, Björn [aut] | Larsson, Mariah [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wiley-Blackwell companions to national cinemas: Publisher: Chichester : Wiley Blackwell, cop. 2016Description: xi, 614 str. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781118475256; 1118475259.Subject(s): Motion pictures -- Scandinavia -- History | Motion pictures | Scandinavia | skandinavska kinematografija | skandinavski film | norveška kinematografija | švedska kinematografija | danska kinematografija | finska kinematografijaAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Companion to Nordic cinema.
Contents:
Introduction -- States of cinema: Nordic film policy -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Regional and global dimensions of Danish film culture and film policy / Lb Bondebjerg -- Developing a Bhutanese film sector in the intersection between gross national happiness and Danish guidance / Nis Gron -- Cinema in the welfare state: notes on public support, regional film funds, and Swedish film policy / Olof Hedling -- Education, enlightenment, and general propaganda: Dansk Kulturfilm and Carl Th. Dreyer's short films / Claire Thomson -- Making filmmakers: models and values. Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- How to train a director: film schools in the Nordic countries / Astrid Soderberg Widding -- Non-fiction film culture in Sweden circa 1920-1960: pragmatic governance and consensual solidarity in a welfare state / Mats Jansson -- Crossing borders: going transnational with "Danish" film training, capacity building, and talent development / Mette Hjort -- Reeling 'em in: spectatorship and cinephilia -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- The rise and fall of Norwegian municipal cinemas / Ove Solum -- The "Capital of Scandinavia": imaginary cityscapes and the art of creating an appetite for Nordic cinematic spaces / Maaret Koskinen -- Jorn Donner and the emergence of a new film culture in post-war Scandinavia / Kimmo Laine -- The formation of a cinema audience in sweden, 1915-1929 / Tommy Gustafsson -- Reinventing the reel: transitions and triumphs -- Introduction / Mette Hhjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Searching for art's promised land: Nordic silent cinema and the Swedish example / Casper Tybjerg -- Aki kaurism ki: from punk to social democracy / Andrew Nestingen -- Swedish cinema of the 1940s, a new wave / Fredrik Gustafsson -- Between art and genre: Nordic horror cinema / Gunnar Iversen -- A tradition of torturing women / Linda Haverty Rugg -- Connecting points: global intersections -- Introduction / Mette Hort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Memories of cultural dismemberment: Nils Gaup, Mons Somby, and the re-membering of Sámi history / Wendy Gay Pearson -- The Scandinavian colonies of silent-era Hollywood / Arne Lunde -- Films into uniform: Dogma 95 and The last new wave / Scott Mackenzie -- Nordic remakes in Hollywood: reconfiguring originals and copies / Anna Westerstahl Stenport -- The global distribution of Swedish silent film / Laura Horak -- The eye of industry: practitioner's agency -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- The writing of television drama: issues of creative collaboration and authorship in Danish writers' rooms / Eva Novrup Redvall -- Universal aspirations and ecocosmopolitan rhetoric: the Finnish ecodocumentary / Pietari Kopo -- The emergence of a tradition in Icelandic cinema from Children of nature to Volcano / Bjorn Nordfjord -- The art of not telling stories in Nordic fiction films / Ursula Lindqvist -- The death of porn? an autopsy of "Scandinavian sin" in the twenty-first century / Mariah Larsson.
Summary: The Companion to Nordic Cinema encompasses original contributions by twenty-six Nordic and international film scholars, writing from the Nordic region as well as the United States, Canada, Scotland, and Hong Kong. The volume offers a transnational approach to one of the world’s earliest and oldest film-producing regions. Focusing on issues that cut across the region—film policy, film education, cinephilia, innovation, global connections, and practitioner’s agency—authors bring the creativity and contributions of the Nordic cinema’s practitioners, films, and film cultures into sharp relief. The Companion provides a variety of paths through the complex history of Nordic cinematic traditions, tracing compelling links between well-known names and titles and the forms of personal and institutional creativity that facilitated their very emergence and success. Together, the chapters provide the distinctive historical, cultural, and political contexts that account for Nordic cinema’s striking successes since the dawn of the medium. At the same time, they clearly show that the Nordic region’s filmmaking milieus are deeply transnational and fully engaged with global cinematic flows. Offers a comprehensive, transnational and regional account of Nordic cinema from its origins to the present day Features original contributions from more than two dozen international film scholars based in the Nordic countries, the United States, Canada, Scotland, and Hong Kong Covers a wide range of topics on the distinctive evolution of Nordic cinema including the silent Golden Age, Nordic film policy models and their influence, audiences and cinephilia, Nordic film training, and indigenous Sámi cinema. Considers Nordic cinema’s engagement with global audiences through coverage of such topics as Dogme 95, the avant-garde filmmaking movement begun by Danish directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg, and the global marketing and distribution of Nordic horror and Nordic noir Offers fresh investigations of the work of global auteurs such as Carl Th. Dreyer, Ingmar Bergman, Lars von Trier, Aki Kaurismäki, and Roy Andersson. Includes essays on Danish and Swedish television dramas, Finland’s eco-documentary film production, the emerging tradition of Icelandic cinema, the changing dynamics of Scandinavian porn, and many more
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Introduction -- States of cinema: Nordic film policy -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Regional and global dimensions of Danish film culture and film policy / Lb Bondebjerg -- Developing a Bhutanese film sector in the intersection between gross national happiness and Danish guidance / Nis Gron -- Cinema in the welfare state: notes on public support, regional film funds, and Swedish film policy / Olof Hedling -- Education, enlightenment, and general propaganda: Dansk Kulturfilm and Carl Th. Dreyer's short films / Claire Thomson -- Making filmmakers: models and values. Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- How to train a director: film schools in the Nordic countries / Astrid Soderberg Widding -- Non-fiction film culture in Sweden circa 1920-1960: pragmatic governance and consensual solidarity in a welfare state / Mats Jansson -- Crossing borders: going transnational with "Danish" film training, capacity building, and talent development / Mette Hjort -- Reeling 'em in: spectatorship and cinephilia -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- The rise and fall of Norwegian municipal cinemas / Ove Solum -- The "Capital of Scandinavia": imaginary cityscapes and the art of creating an appetite for Nordic cinematic spaces / Maaret Koskinen -- Jorn Donner and the emergence of a new film culture in post-war Scandinavia / Kimmo Laine -- The formation of a cinema audience in sweden, 1915-1929 / Tommy Gustafsson -- Reinventing the reel: transitions and triumphs -- Introduction / Mette Hhjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Searching for art's promised land: Nordic silent cinema and the Swedish example / Casper Tybjerg -- Aki kaurism ki: from punk to social democracy / Andrew Nestingen -- Swedish cinema of the 1940s, a new wave / Fredrik Gustafsson -- Between art and genre: Nordic horror cinema / Gunnar Iversen -- A tradition of torturing women / Linda Haverty Rugg -- Connecting points: global intersections -- Introduction / Mette Hort and Ursula Lindqvist -- Memories of cultural dismemberment: Nils Gaup, Mons Somby, and the re-membering of Sámi history / Wendy Gay Pearson -- The Scandinavian colonies of silent-era Hollywood / Arne Lunde -- Films into uniform: Dogma 95 and The last new wave / Scott Mackenzie -- Nordic remakes in Hollywood: reconfiguring originals and copies / Anna Westerstahl Stenport -- The global distribution of Swedish silent film / Laura Horak -- The eye of industry: practitioner's agency -- Introduction / Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist -- The writing of television drama: issues of creative collaboration and authorship in Danish writers' rooms / Eva Novrup Redvall -- Universal aspirations and ecocosmopolitan rhetoric: the Finnish ecodocumentary / Pietari Kopo -- The emergence of a tradition in Icelandic cinema from Children of nature to Volcano / Bjorn Nordfjord -- The art of not telling stories in Nordic fiction films / Ursula Lindqvist -- The death of porn? an autopsy of "Scandinavian sin" in the twenty-first century / Mariah Larsson.

The Companion to Nordic Cinema encompasses original contributions by twenty-six Nordic and international film scholars, writing from the Nordic region as well as the United States, Canada, Scotland, and Hong Kong. The volume offers a transnational approach to one of the world’s earliest and oldest film-producing regions. Focusing on issues that cut across the region—film policy, film education, cinephilia, innovation, global connections, and practitioner’s agency—authors bring the creativity and contributions of the Nordic cinema’s practitioners, films, and film cultures into sharp relief. The Companion provides a variety of paths through the complex history of Nordic cinematic traditions, tracing compelling links between well-known names and titles and the forms of personal and institutional creativity that facilitated their very emergence and success. Together, the chapters provide the distinctive historical, cultural, and political contexts that account for Nordic cinema’s striking successes since the dawn of the medium. At the same time, they clearly show that the Nordic region’s filmmaking milieus are deeply transnational and fully engaged with global cinematic flows.

Offers a comprehensive, transnational and regional account of Nordic cinema from its origins to the present day
Features original contributions from more than two dozen international film scholars based in the Nordic countries, the United States, Canada, Scotland, and Hong Kong
Covers a wide range of topics on the distinctive evolution of Nordic cinema including the silent Golden Age, Nordic film policy models and their influence, audiences and cinephilia, Nordic film training, and indigenous Sámi cinema.
Considers Nordic cinema’s engagement with global audiences through coverage of such topics as Dogme 95, the avant-garde filmmaking movement begun by Danish directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg, and the global marketing and distribution of Nordic horror and Nordic noir
Offers fresh investigations of the work of global auteurs such as Carl Th. Dreyer, Ingmar Bergman, Lars von Trier, Aki Kaurismäki, and Roy Andersson.
Includes essays on Danish and Swedish television dramas, Finland’s eco-documentary film production, the emerging tradition of Icelandic cinema, the changing dynamics of Scandinavian porn, and many more

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