Countries like South Korea, Russia and Iran have over the years produced a large body of critically acclaimed films. The Revolution spilled across pages of the press, and became the primary subject of Mexican films produced between and This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve. Reviews of New Books. National cinema is a term sometimes used in film theory and film criticism to describe the films associated with a specific nation-state.
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Germany[ edit ] During the German Weimar Republic , German national cinema was influenced by silent and sound "Bergfilm" this translates to "mountain film". During the s and early s, German national cinema was known for the progressive and artistic approaches to filmmaking with "shifted conventional cinematic vocabulary" and which gave actresses a much larger range of character-types.
UFA produced "Hetzfilme" anti-Semitic hate films and films which emphasized the "theme of heroic death. Film historians and film scholars do not agree whether the films from the different parts of Cold War-era Germany can be considered to be a single "German national cinema.
East German films were often Soviet -funded "socially critical" films. While these directors made films with "many ideological and cinematic messages", they all shared the common element of providing an "aesthetic alternativ e to Hollywood " films and "a break with the cultural and political traditions associated with the Third Reich " According to film scholar Marek Haltof, the Polish School of directors made films which can be described as the "Cinema of Distrust.
The Revolution spilled across pages of the press, and became the primary subject of Mexican films produced between and Rather than building the nation through celebration, the film presents problem, which contribute to a global identity and context of the nation state.
Danzon in by Maria Novaro , the comedy i. La mujer de Benjamin, , by Carlos Carrera. Changes in the politics of film industry institutions allowed these film texts and their directors to "transform the traditional filmic paradigm". Is National Cinema Mr. International Films.
Theorising national cinema. National Identity, Canadian Cinema, and Multiculturalism. London and New York: Routledge, Reviewed by Robert von Dassanowsky. History: Reviews of New Books. Theorising National Cinema. Edited by Valentina Vitali and Paul Willemen. June Barton, Ruth. Irish National Cinema. Hake, Sabine.
German National Cinema. Haltof, Marek. Polish National Cinema. New York: Berghahn Books, Hayward, Susan. French National Cinema. Higson, Andrew. The Concept of National Cinema. Maingard, Jacqueline.
South African National Cinema. Noble, Andrea. Mexican National Cinema. Australian National Cinema. Renfre, Alistair. Russian and Soviet National Cinema.
Sorlin, Pierre. Italian National Cinema. Street, Sarah. British National Cinema. Summers, Howard. Spanish National Cinema.
Zhang, Yingjin. Chinese National Cinema.
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