German cinema in the age of neoliberalism /

This book presents a new history of German film from 1980-2010, a period that witnessed rapid transformations, including intensified globalization, a restructured world economy, geopolitical realignment, and technological change, all of which have affected cinema in fundamental ways. Rethinking the...

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Main Author: Baer, Hester (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2021]
Series:Film culture in transition.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Table of Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction: Making Neoliberalism Visible
  • 1. German Cinema and the Neoliberal Turn : The End of the National-Cultural Film Project
  • 2. Producing German Cinema for the World : Global Blockbusters from Location Germany
  • 3. From Everyday Life to the Crisis Ordinary : Films of Ordinary Life and the Resonance of DEFA
  • 4. Future Feminism : Political Filmmaking and the Resonance of the West German Feminist Film Movement
  • 5. The Failing Family: Changing Constellations of Gender, Intimacy, and Genre
  • 6. Refiguring National Cinema in Films about Labour, Money, and Debt
  • Conclusion: German Cinema in the Age of Neoliberalism
  • Bibliography
  • Index