Frontiers of screen history [electronic resource] : imagining European borders in cinema, 1945-2010 / edited by Raita Merivirta, Kimmo Ahonen, Heta Mulari, Rami Mähká
- Additional Titles:
- Imagining European borders in cinema, 1945-2010
- Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- xiii, 334 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Merivirta, Raita, 1975-, Ahonen, Kimmo, Mulari, Heta, and Mähkä, Rami
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- Introduction : Encounters with borders / Kimmo Ahonen [and others] -- Imagining West Berlin : spatiality and history in Wim Wender's Wings of desire, 1987 / Hannu Salmi -- 'What's wrong with a cowboy in Hamburg?' New German cinema and the German-American cultural frontier / Jacqui Miller -- The collapse of ideologies in Peter Kahane's The architects / Marco Bohr -- How to win the Cold War : borders of the free world in Guilty of treason (1950) and Red planet Mars (1952) / Kimmo Ahonen -- Crossing over : on becoming European in Aki Kaurismäki's cinema / Sann Peden -- Looking for alternative London : The London nobody knows and the pop-geographical borders of the city / Kari Kallioniemi -- The Cité's architectural, linguistic and cinematic frontiers in L'Esquive / Jehanne-Marie Gavarini -- Between Hamburg and Istanbul : mobility, borders and identity in the films of Fatih Akin / Jessica Gallagher -- Transnational heroines : Swedish youth film and immigrant girlhood / Heta Mulari -- Family as internal border in Dogtooth / Ipek A. Celik -- Gendered conflicts in Northern Ireland : motherhood, the male body and borders in Some mother's son and Hunger / Raita Merivirta -- Heartlands and borderlands : El Dorado and the post-Franco Spanish cinema as a bridgehead between Europe and Latin America / Petteri Halin -- Subverted and transgressed borders : the empire in British comedy and horror films / Rami Mähkä.
- 9781841507323 (pbk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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