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by D. Biltereyst,R. Vande Winkel,Roel Vande Winkel

eBook Silencing Cinema: Film Censorship around the World (Global Cinema) download ISBN: 0230340806
Author: D. Biltereyst,R. Vande Winkel,Roel Vande Winkel
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2013 edition (March 18, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 321
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Roel Vande Winkel is Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp and at LUCA, College Sint-Lukas Brussels .

Roel Vande Winkel is Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp and at LUCA, College Sint-Lukas Brussels, Belgium. Series: Global Cinema.

First published in 2013 by PALGRAVE MACMILLAN® in the United States-a division of St. Martin’s Press LLC, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010. pages cm. - (Global cinema series) Includes index. 1. Motion pictures-Censorship.

By shedding light on the different nuances and complexities of film censorship around the world, this collection contributes new insights to the field of cinema studies. In times like these, when everything seems to be allowed and no taboo is left unexplored, the desire for censorship seems strange.

Silencing cinema: film censorship around the world. D Biltereyst, RV Winkel, RV Winkel. K Smets, I Vandevelde, P Meers, R Vande Winkel, S Van Bauwel. Critical Studies in Media Communication 30 (4), 257-274, 2013. A semi-public diasporic space: Turkish film screenings in Belgium. K Smets, P Meers, RV Winkel, S Van Bauwel. Communications 36 (4), 395-414, 2011. Diasporic film cultures from a multi-level perspective: Moroccan and Indian cinematic flows in and towards Antwerp (Belgium). Newsreel series: world overview.

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A dizzying display of film scholarship, this volume brings together scholars from around the world to discuss global evolution of the censorship of film production and exhibition.

ISBN-13: 978-0230340800. A dizzying display of film scholarship, this volume brings together scholars from around the world to discuss global evolution of the censorship of film production and exhibition. More than simply 'rounding up the usual suspects' to discuss 1930s America, Britain, Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany, this book strides boldly into lesser known territory, documenting the censors at work in Mexico, Nigeria, India, China, Ireland, Belgium, and a host of other countries with instructive experiences of their own.

The Global Cinema series publishes innovative scholarship on the . cinemas around the world. It promotes theoretically transformative and politically. Daniel Biltereyst and Roel Vande Winkel.

The Global Cinema series publishes innovative scholarship on the transnational. themes, industries, economies, and aesthetic elements that increasingly connect. Part I Censorship, Regulation, and Hegemony. 1 All the Power of the Law: Governmental Film Censorship in the. United States 15. Laura Wittern-Keller.

Silencing Cinema brings together the key issues and authors to examine instances of film censorship throughout the world.

Departing from the study of film texts and their production, this movement within screen studies is characterised by an emphasis on empirical engagement with local and (trans-) national contexts in which films were exhibited and received.

Silencing Cinema: Film Censorship around the World - Global Cinema .

Silencing Cinema: Film Censorship around the World - Global Cinema (Paperback). Oppression by censorship affects the film industry far more frequently than any other mass media. The book indicates that censorship permeates all levels of society: it is in the minds of legislators, filmmakers and viewers, and it influences their actions, their viewing habits and experiences. ) The articles in this book give a general and at the same time well-nuanced history of many years of censorship as well as its influence on film production and film distribution in a series of countries.

Oppression by censorship affects the film industry far more frequently than any other mass media. Including essays by leading film historians, the book offers groundbreaking historical research on film censorship in major film production countries and explore such innovative themes as film censorship and authorship, religion, and colonialism.