World Cinema's 'dialogues' With Hollywood by P. CookeWorld Cinema's 'dialogues' With Hollywood by P. Cooke

World Cinema's 'dialogues' With Hollywood

byP. Cooke

Paperback | January 1, 2007

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Paul Cooke looks at Hollywood's interaction with national and transnational cinemas, from German Expressionism to Bollywood and Chinese film. While Hollywood has had a huge impact on the medium - doing all the talking in the 'dialogue' - world cinema's economic, aesthetic and political relationship with Hollywood is of profound importance.
KAUSHIK BHAUMIK is Research Fellow, The Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies, The Open University, UK CHARLES DRAZIN lectures on film history at Queen Mary and Westfield College, London, UK SAM B. GIRGUS is Professor of English at Vanderbilt University, USA FIONA HANDYSIDE is Lecturer in Film Studies, Queen's University Belfas...
Title:World Cinema's 'dialogues' With HollywoodFormat:PaperbackDimensions:266 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.17 inPublished:January 1, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1349547433

ISBN - 13:9781349547432


Table of Contents

List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: World Cinema's 'Dialogues' with Hollywood; P.Cooke From Caligari to Edward Scissorhands: The Continuing Meta-Cinematic Journey of German Expressionism; P.Cooke Dream Factory and Film Factory: The Soviet Response to Hollywood 1917-1941; G.Roberts Anglo-American Collaboration: Korda, Selznick and Goldwyn; C.Drazin From Pirandello to MGM: When Classical Hollywood Reads European Literature; C.O'Rawe The Modernism of Frank Capra and European Ethical Thought; S.B.Girgus The Transnational Journey of the Celluloid Baiana : Round-Trip Rio-LA; L.Shaw The American Dream in Post-War Italy; G.Nowell-Smith Colonising the European Utopia: Hollywood Musicals in Europe; F.Handyside Sex, Gender and Auteurism: The French New Wave and Hollywood; D.Holmes A Fistful of Yojimbo : Appropriation and Dialogue in Japanese Cinema; R.Hutchinson All that Melodrama Allows: Sirk, Fassbinder, Almodóvar, Haynes; E.M.Thau Lost in Translation: A Few Vagaries of the Alphabet Game Played Between Bombay Cinema and Hollywood; K.Bhaumik Between Sunrise and Sunset: An Elliptical Dialogue Between American and European Cinema; R.Stone Hero : How Chinese Is It?; J.Stringer & Qiong Yu Index