The Europeanness of European Cinema: Identity, Meaning, Globalization

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Mary Harrod, Mariana Liz, Alissa Timoshkina
I.B.Tauris, 19/12/2014 - 288 páginas
From The Artist toThe White Ribbon, from Oscar to Palme d’Or-winning productions, European filmmaking is more globally prominent than ever before. This book attempts to identify the distinctive character of European cinema, both in films and as a critical concept. Including in-depth analyses of production and reception contexts as well as original readings of key European films from leading experts in the field, it re-negotiates traditional categories such as auteurism, art cinema and national cinemas. A timely intervention in the fields of European and transnational film studies, this book will appeal to film enthusiasts as much as students and specialists.
 

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Mariana Liz completed a PhD at King's College London in 2012. She has taught at King's and Queen Mary, University of London, and at the University of Leeds, UK (2013-2016). She is the author of Euro-Visions (2016) and co-editor of The Europeanness of European Cinema (2015). Her edited collection Global Portuguese Cinema is in production. She has published on contemporary European cinema and Portuguese film in Studies in European Cinema and the Journal of Romance Studies, among others. She is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, in Portugal, where she conducts research on European cities, cinema and branding.

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