Memory in world cinema : critical essays /

""In films, memory may be expressed as narrative hindsight or in flashback. Film itself is an artifact of memory, whether documentary or screenplay. And much of human memory is organized and preserved as film portrayals-and Hollywood, purveyor of 80 percent of the cinema production worldwi...

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Other Authors: Membrez, Nancy J. (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2019]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • In Search of Lost Time: Memory and Recall in French Cinema of the Fourth Republic (1946-1958) / Tim Palmer
  • The Seamless Web: Trauma, Memory and ƠSelf-Creation in El laberinto del fauno (Pans Labyrinth, Del Toro, 2006) / John Incledon
  • Transmission, Legacy and Desire in the Urban Cosmos of Amic/Amat (Beloved/Friend, Pons, 1998) / Melissa Wallace
  • Trauma, Amnesia and Alzheimers on Belgian TV: Tabula Rasa (2017) / Nancy J. Membrez
  • Film as Autobiographical Act: Pasolinis Edipo Re (Oedipus, 1967) / Linda Belau
  • Memory, Children and Remorse in Sorrentinos The Great Beauty (2013) / Molly Mezzetti Zaldivar
  • Chronicles of Boys Alone: Sciusc̉i (Shoeshine, De Sica, 1946) and C̤rnica de un nįo solo (Chronicle of a Boy Alone, Favio, 1965) / Erin K. Hogan
  • Images of Childhood in Eliseo Subielas Films (19862001) / Liliana Judith Guz̀mn, translated by Nancy J. Memrez
  • In Memoriam: A Short Apocryphal Biography of Eliseo Subiela (19442016) / Nancy J. Membrez
  • Colonial Memory and Re-Birth in Ivy Mârey (Land Without Evil, Valdivia, 2013) / Keith John Richards
  • A Memento Mori: The Transnational Case of Macario (Gaval̤dn, 1960) / Nancy J. Membrez
  • The Commodification of Historical Memory on Film: The Case of the Mirabal Sisters in the Dominican Republic / Fernando ƠValerio-Holg̕un, translated by Nancy J. Membrez
  • Kairo (Pulse, Kurosawa, 2001) and Kairos: Postmodern Japanese Computer Culture, Memory and Entropy / Gilles A. Viennot, translated by James H. Membrez
  • Memory in Three Japanese Films: Rashomon (Kurosawa, 1950), Grave of the Fireflies (Takahata, 1988) and After Life (Koreeda, 1998) / Nancy J. Membrez
  • An Interview with Bolivian Director Juan Carlos Valdivia / Keith John Richards
  • An Interview with Paula ̌Flix-Didier, Director of the Museo del Cine Pablo C. Duc̤rs-Hicken in Buenos Aires / Nancy J. Membrez
  • Appendix I. Films with the Theme of Memory
  • Appendix II. Films with the Theme of Memory Through the Eyes of a Child/Child Protagonist.