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by Mike Wayne

Download Political Film: The Dialectics of Third Cinema ePub
  • ISBN 0745316697
  • ISBN13 978-0745316697
  • Language English
  • Author Mike Wayne
  • Publisher Pluto Press (August 20, 2001)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats docx doc lrf mbr
  • Category Humour
  • Subcategory Movies
  • Size ePub 1731 kb
  • Size Fb2 1702 kb
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Third Cinema is a cinema committed to social and cultural emancipation. In this book, Mike Wayne argues that Third Cinema is absolutely central to key debates concerning contemporary film practices and cultures. As a body of films, Third Cinema expands our horizons of the medium and its possibilities. Wayne develops Third Cinema theory by exploring its dialectical relations with First Cinema (dominant,commercial) and Second Cinema (arthouse,auteur). Discussing an eclectic range of films, from Evita to Dollar Mambo, The Big Lebowski to The Journey, Amistad to Camp de Thiaroye, Political Film explores the affinities and crucial political differences between First and Third Cinema. Third Cinema's relationship with Second Cinema is explored via the cinematic figure of the bandit (Bandit Queen, The General, Eskiya). The continuities and differences with European precursors such as Eisenstein, Vertov, Lukacs, Brecht and Walter Benjamin are also assessed. The book is a polemical call for a film criticism that is politically engaged with the life of the masses.

Third Cinema is a cinema committed to social and cultural emancipation. In this book, Mike Wayne argues that Third Cinema is absolutely central to key debates concerning contemporary film practices and cultures.

Third Cinema is a cinema committed to social and cultural emancipation.

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Political Film: The Dialectics of Third Cinema. This book is about developing a film practice and criticism which is best suited to addressing those inequalities and differentials. The most advanced and sophisticated body of political films which the medium has produced to date is Third Cinema.

In this book, Mike Wayne argues that Third Cinema is absolutely central to key debates concerning contemporary film .

In this book, Mike Wayne argues that Third Cinema is absolutely central to key debates concerning contemporary film practices and cultures. As a body of films, Third Cinema expands our horizons of the medium and its possibilities. Wayne develops Third Cinema theory by exploring its dialectical relations with First Cinema (dominant,commercial) and Second Cinema (arthouse,auteur)

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Third Cinema emerged as part of the anti-imperialist conjuncture in the developing world in the 1960s and 1970s. This book explores the dialectics of Third Cinema. But its theory and practice and its complex relations of dialogic critique with both dominant and art house cinema make it a more universally significant intersection of film and politics, both geographically and historically. New Books, ახალი წიგნები (New Books). Georgia: a cultural journey through the Wardrop collection.

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Mike Wayne’s on-target thesis in his book Political Film: The Dialectics of Third Cinema 1 sets the agenda for this chapter, for indeed, politically leavened films have always contributed to the overall landscape of world cinema. Easily, a number of titles come to mind-Bronenosets Potyomkin (Eisenstein/Russia,1925), Ladri Bicyclette (de Sica/Italy, 1947), Pather Panchali (Ray/India, 1955), Apocalypse Now (Coppola/United States, 1979), The Killing Fields (Joffe/United Kingdom, 1984), Schindler’s List (Spielberg/United States, 1993), Erin Brockovich (Soderberg/United States, 2000) or.