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Ireland and Cinema

Ireland and Cinema

Culture and Contexts
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Notes on ContributorsForeword; Martin McLoone
Introduction; Barry Monahan
PART I: POLITICS OF HOME, SPACE AND PLACE
1. ' 'Nothin ' ' But a Wee Humble Cottage ' ': At Home in Irish Cinema; Conn Holohan
2. Gangland Geometries: Space, Mobility and Transgression in the Veronica Guerin Films; Jenny Knell
3. ' 'Don ' 't Use Your Own Accents! ' ': Representations of Dublin ' 's Accents in Contemporary Film; Nicholas O ' 'Riordan
4. Beyond Horror: Surviving Abuse in Carmel Winters ' ' Snap; Kathleen Vejvoda
PART II: IDENTITIES OF GENDER AND STARDOM
5. Black and White and Green All Over? Emergent Irish Female Stardom in Contemporary Popular Cinemas; Ciara Barrett
6. Transcending Parochial Borders? Jonathan Rhys Meyers is Henry VIII; Liz Carville
7. Old and New Irish Ethnics: Exploring Ethnic and Gender Representation in P.S. I Love You; Silvia Dibeltulo
8. Mediating between His & Hers: An Exploration of Gender Representations and Self-Representations; Patricia Neville
PART III: NORTHERN IRELAND
9. From Belfast to Bamako: Cinema in the Era of Capitalist Realism; Stephen Baker and Greg McLaughlin
10. ' 'Many Sides, Many Truths ' ': Collaborative Filmmaking in Transitional Northern Ireland; Laura Aguiar
11. The Suffering Male Body in Steve McQueen ' 's Hunger; Raita Merivirta
12. Mickybo and Me: A Cinematographic Adaptation for an International Audience; Brigitte Bastiat
PART IV: OVERSEAS PERSPECTIVES
13. Singing in the Rain: The Irish-Themed Film Musical and Schlager ' 's Hibernian Moment; Fergal Lenehan
14. Irish Cinema: a French Perspective; Isabelle Le Corff
15. Is Adaptation an Act of Transformation? J.B. Keane ' 's The Field on Screen; Noélia Borges
16. Irish Cinema in Italy: the Roma Irish Film Festa; Ciara Chambers and Barry Monahan
Bibliography
Filmography
Index
The volume offers a broad range of academic approaches to contemporary and historical Irish filmmaking and representations of nationality, national identity, and theoretical questions around the construction of Ireland and Irishness on the screen.

Mehr zum Thema

    Irishness; film; Theory; aesthetics; gender; genre; Stardom; Northern Ireland; Polities; History; Ideology; hegemony; c performance; National Identity; Irish accents; Ethnicity; Performance; Adaptation

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Autor: Barry Monahan
ISBN-13: 9781349564101
ISBN: 1349564109
Einband: Book
Seiten: 240
Gewicht: 306 g
Format: 216x140x13 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Editiert von: Barry Monahan
Laura Aguiar, University College Cork, Ireland Stephen Baker, Ulster University, UK Ciara Barrett, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Brigitte Bastiat, University of La Rochelle, France Noélia Borges, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil Liz Carville, NUI Maynooth, Ireland Ciara Chambers, Ulster University, UK Silvia Dibeltulo, Oxford Brookes University, UK Conn Holohan, NUI Galway, Ireland Jenny Knell, University College Dublin, Ireland Isabelle Le Corff, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France Fergal Lenehan, Friedrich Schiller University, Germany Greg McLaughlin, Ulster University, UK Martin McLoone, Ulster University, UK Raita Merivirta, University of Turku, Finland Barry Monahan, University College Cork, Ireland Patricia Neville, University of Bristol, UK Nicholas O'Riordan, University College Cork, Ireland Kathleen Vejvoda, Bridgewater State University, USA

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Autor: Barry Monahan
ISBN-13:: 9781349564101
ISBN: 1349564109
Erscheinungsjahr: 14.02.2018
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Gewicht: 306g
Seiten: 240
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 18001, 1st ed. 2015
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x140x13 mm