4 edition of Queering contemporary French popular cinema found in the catalog.
Queering contemporary French popular cinema
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Framing film -- v. 9|
|LC Classifications||PN1993.5.F7 W35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009025894|
Darren Waldron is Senior Lecturer in French at The School of Arts, Languages and Culture, The University of Manchester. He is the author of Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema: images and their reception (Peter Lang ). But generally – as it happens – Contemporary French Cinema is a book that average arthouse cinemagoers in other English speaking countries would have no problems interpellating themselves into: it’s French cinema à la Louis Malle, Diane Kurys, Claude Berri .
“Rich’s book is both a portal into previous time of queer imagination and a history lesson on how the politics of an era resulted in the cinematic portrayal of the LGBT world as we see it now. New Queer Cinema is a living history ” — Chase Dimock, Lambda Literary Review “[D]aring and insightful. Reflections on Contemporary French Popular Cinema, published in , is the first book to make mainstream French cinema its principal area of interest, as its title explicitly states. Mazdon’s introduction considers how the popular can be defined within a contemporary French cinema context, thereby providing a key text within the field.
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Through its blending of the textual and the empirical, this book provides a unique insight into the ways in which sexuality and gender are. Full Description: "French Queer Cinema examines the representation of queer identities and sexualities in contemporary French filmmaking.
This groundbreaking volume is the first comprehensive study of the cultural formation and critical reception of contemporary queer film and video in France. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Queerness, French film and the audience --Queering the French sexual subject --Queering contemporary French "popular" cinema: images of resistance and compliance --Out of the films and into the audience --Sexuality and beyond: subcultural affiliations, normative identifications and aesthetic.
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James S. Williams is Professor of Modern French Literature and Film at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is the author of (among others) The Erotics of Passage: Pleasure, Politics, and Form in the Later Work of Marguerite Duras (), The Cinema of Jean Cocteau (), Jean Cocteau (a ‘Critical Life’) (), Space and Being in Contemporary French Cinema () and Encounters with.
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Contemporary French cinema is an essential introduction to popular French film of the last 35 years. It charts recent developments in all genres of French cinema with analyses of over movies, from Les Valseuses to Caché/5(2).
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Darren Waldron takes a different approach, focusing on the popular appeal of queer cinema; yet he still writes, in his introduction to Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema (), that viewers enjoy French films' representations of sexuality as being more nuanced than their Hollywood counterparts.
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While firmly in the lineage of film studies' spatial turn, Space and being engages in original and insightful ways with cinematic theories of space by analyzing Cited by: 4. A Conversation with Rosalind Galt and Karl Schoonover on Queer Cinema in the World Regina Longo.
from Film Quarterly WinterVol Number 2. From the introductory pages of their cowritten book Queer Cinema in the World, Karl Schoonover and Rosalind Galt plot a course for their readers by mapping the themes they will address throughout the book: counterpublics, covert.
He is the author of Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema: images and their reception (Peter Lang ) Reviews This book carves out a vital space at the intersection of contemporary LGBTQ and Transnational film studies.
This clearly-written and lively introduction analyses 25 years of popular French film including recent developments in all genres. Reflecting French cinema’s diversity since the New Wave, chapters include the Heritage Film; Thrillers; War Movies; Cinema-du-Look; representations of sexuality; women film-makers; and much more.
Each chapter introduces the public reception and critical debates. representations of sexuality and gender in French and Spanish cinema, and audience reception.
I published my PhD in book form, entitled Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema: Images and their Reception inin which I examined a range of contemporary French films that portray queer desires and identities, and the audience responses.
But, as Darren Waldron notes in Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema: Images and Their Reception, the film had a very limited release.
Waldron concludes that it focused on themes (presumably gay and Jewish ones) deemed to be of interest only to “a young urban population,” so it was not distributed widely outside of central Paris..An in-depth look at some of the best and most influential French films of all time, The Cinema of France contains 24 essays, each on an individual film.
The book features works from the silent period and poetic realism, through the stylistic developments of the New Wave, and up to more contemporary challenging films, from directors such as Abel Gance, Jean Renoir, Marcel Carné, François.approach, focusing on the popular appeal of queer cinema; yet he still writes, in his introduction to Queering Contemporary French Popular Cinema (), that viewers enjoy French ﬁlms’ representations of sexuality as being more nuanced than their Hollywood counterparts.
In fact, all this is a far cry from how French cinema is perceived in.