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  1. Lindsay Anderson : Britishness and National Cinemas

    QuellenartElektronische Volltexte & Multimedia>>Aufsätze aus Zeitschriften / Sammelbänden>>
    UrheberGourdin-Sangouard, Isabelle
    Umfang 21 S.
    Schlagworte FWFilmregisseurin; Filmanalyse; Filminterpretation -> Interpretation Film; Motiv; Europa
    Freie Schlagworte FW Lindsay Anderson
    Beschreibung "This article will explore three key stages in Lindsay Anderson’s career that illustrate the complex relationship between the director’s negotiation of his own national background and the imposition of a national identity in the critical reception of his work. First, I will look briefly at Anderson’s early directorial career as a documentary filmmaker: by using references to the Free Cinema movement and Thursday’s Children (1953), I will show that, in both instances, the question of artistic impact and critical reception took on a transnational dimension. I will then discuss the production of a documentary short in Poland, which Anderson filmed at the request of the Documentary Studio in Warsaw in 1967, and which constitutes the director’s first experience of working in a foreign film industry. Finally, I will discuss Britannia Hospital (1982), the last feature film that Anderson made in Britain. Throughout the paper, I will also use material from the Lindsay Anderson Archive held at Stirling University." (Information des Anbieters)

    Inhaltsverzeichnis/StrukturThe Artist and the Nation; Free Cinema and Transnationalism; A Transnational Experience: Miroslav Ondříček and The White Bus; A British Director in Poland; National Cinema and the Transnational Artist; Britannia Hospital and the National Identity of Anderson’s Cinema; Notes; Works Cited
    Themen FWFilm>>Filmthemen und Drehbuch; Film>>Inszenierung und Regie
    RVK FWAP 50300; AP 51005-AP 51400
    DDC FWHistorische, geografische, personenbezogene Behandlung; Personen
    geographischer BezugEuropa, Westeuropa>>
    zeitlicher Bezug20. Jahrhundert, 1900 – 1999>>; 21. Jahrhundert, 2000 – 2099>>
    Anmerkungen zur RessourceAlphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media Issue 1, Summer 2011