2 edition of Canadian national cinema found in the catalog.
Canadian national cinema
Christopher E. Gittings
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Christopher E. Gittings.|
|Series||National cinemas series|
|LC Classifications||PN1993.5.C2 G54 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415243912, 0415243920|
|LC Control Number||2001048304|
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This chapter explores the trajectories of Canadian filmmakers through the discourses, events, and infrastructures of cinema outside of their national borders. As Canadian cinema travels the world, it is promoted and interpreted in a variety of ways: as a product seeking foreign markets, as an ambassadorial cultural form representing Canada, and as a distinctive authorial voice often nurtured. Nationalism and the cinema in France: political mythologies and film events, – July Historical Journal Of Film Radio and Television Gertjan Willems.
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National cinema theorists in the s and ’70s narrowly defined national cinemas within prescriptive text-based criteria. However, since the onset of post-structuralist approaches to cinema and cultural studies, national cinema analysis has changed.
In the s, film theorists revised the notion of national cinema by questioning the prescriptive nature of the discipline and addressing Author: Elizabeth Avram. National Canadian Film Day — the annual celebration of all things Canadian on the silver (or should we say, “snowy”) screen — is back, albeit more subdued this year given theatres remained closed due to the COVID crisis.
But the event is moving forward like the rest of us, at home. From. Thanks to our amazing Canadian artists for their incredible interpretations: Merci à nos talentueux artistes canadiens pour leurs interprétations incroyables: LeeAndra Cianci @leeandracianci (p.
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Moving beyond the director-focused approach of much previous scholarship, this book is concerned with communities, institutions, and audiences for Canadian cinema at both national and international levels. The choice of subjects covered ranges from popular, genre cinema to the most experimental of artistic interventions.
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