Russia on Reels The Russian Idea in Post-Soviet Cinema

ISBN-10: 1860643906

ISBN-13: 9781860643903

Edition: 1999

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List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited
Publication date: 10/1/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Geoff Mayer is reader and associate professor in cinema studies at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Publications include The Oxford Companion to Australian Filmand The New Australian Cinema. Keith Beattie is lecturer in the School of History, Heritage, and Society at Deakin University, Melbourne.Birgit Beumers is Senior Lecturer in the Russian Department at Bristol University. Her publications include Burnt by the Sun (2000) and PopCulture: Russia! (2005).

General Editor's Preface
Note on Transliteration
Notes on Contributors
The Russian Idea: Synopsis for a Screenplay
The Russian Idea: A Historical and Cinematographic Perspective
No Glory, No Majesty, or Honour: The Russian Idea and Inverse Value
Now that the Party's Over: Soviet Cinema and Its Legacy
Russian Cinema - National Cinema? Three Views
'Cinema and Life' (October 1997):
'The State of the National Cinema' (December 1997):
'The Function of a National Cinema' (May 1998):
Remapping, Fragmenting, Myth-making: In Search of the Russian Idea
Tinkling Symbols: Fragmented Society - Fragmented Cinema?
Viewed from Below: Subverting the Myths of the Soviet Landscape
To Moscow! To Moscow? The Russian Hero and the Loss of the Centre
The Past of the Fatherland Reviewed
La Grande Illusion
Fathers for the Fatherland: The Cult of the Leader in Russian Cinema
New Versions of Old Classics: Recent Cinematic Interpretations of Russian Literature
The Russian Idea for Contemporary Film-makers
Representation - Mimicry - Death: The Latest Films of Alexander Sokurov
The Meaning of Death: Kira Muratova's Cinema of the Absurd
Dmitri Astrakhan: Popular Cinema for a Time of Uncertainty
Directors and Their Films
'Nika' and 'Kinotavr' Awards
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