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The Solaris Effect: Art & Artifice in Contemporary American Film - Dillon, Steven
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF TEXAS PR], A groundbreaking study of how modern American filmmakers are using the "art film" model to explore the power of nature versus the power of art. What do contemporary American movies and directors have to say about the relationship between nature and art? How do science fiction films like Steven Spielbergs A.I. and Darren Aronofskys ? represent the apparent oppositions between nature and culture, wild and tame? Steven Dillons intriguing new volume surveys American cinema from 1990 to 2002 with substantial descriptions of sixty films, emphasizing small-budget independent American film. Directors studied include Steven Soderbergh, Darren Aronofsky, Todd Haynes, Harmony Korine, and Gus Van Sant, as well as more canonical figures like Martin Scorcese, Robert Altman, David Lynch, and Steven Spielberg. The book takes its title and inspiration from Andrei Tarkovskys 1972 film Solaris, a science fiction ghost story that relentlessly explores the relationship between the powers of nature and art. The author argues that American film has the best chance of aesthetic success when it acknowledges that a film is actually a film. The best American movies tell an endless ghost story, as they perform the agonizing nearness and distance of the cinematic image. This groundbreaking commentary examines the rarely seen bridge between select American film directors and their typically more adventurous European counterparts. Filmmakers such as Lynch and Soderbergh are cross-cut together with Tarkovsky and the great French director, Jean-Luc Godard, in order to test the limits and possibilities of American film. Both enthusiastically cinephilic and fiercely critical, this book puts a decade of U.S. film in its global place, as part of an ongoing conversation on nature and art. Table of contents: One. Tarkovsky's Solaris and the Cinematic Abyss Two. Steven Soderbergh's Tinted World Three. Aronofsky, Sundance, and the Return to Nature Four. Mulholland Drive, Cahiers du cinéma, and the Horror of Cinephilia Five. Spielberg's A.I.: Animation, Time, and Digital Culture Six. Cinema against Art: Artists and Paintings in Contemporary American Film Seven. A Plague of Frogs: Expressionism and Naturalism in 1990s American Film Eight. Situating American Film in Godard, Jarmusch, and Scorsese 152 x 228mm Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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What do contemporary American movies and directors have to say about the relationship between nature and art? How do science fiction films like Steven Spielberg''s A.I. and Darren Aronofsky''s π represent the apparent oppositions between nature and culture, wild and tame?Steven Dillon''s intriguing new volume surveys American cinema from 1990 to 2002 with substantial descriptions of sixty films, emphasizing small-budget independent American film. Directors studied include Steven Soderbergh, Darren Aronofsky, Todd Haynes, Harmony Korine, and Gus Van Sant, as well as more canonical figures like Martin Scorcese, Robert Altman, David Lynch, and Steven Spielberg. The book takes its title and inspiration from Andrei Tarkovsky''s 1972 film Solaris, a science fiction ghost story that relentlessly explores the relationship between the powers of nature and art. The author argues that American film has the best chance of aesthetic success when it acknowledges that a film is actually a film. The best American movies tell an endless ghost story, as they perform the agonizing nearness and distance of the cinematic image.This groundbreaking commentary examines the rarely seen bridge between select American film directors and their typically more adventurous European counterparts. Filmmakers such as Lynch and Soderbergh are cross-cut together with Tarkovsky and the great French director, Jean-Luc Godard, in order to test the limits and possibilities of American film. Both enthusiastically cinephilic and fiercely critical, this book puts a decade of U.S. film in its global place, as part of an ongoing conversation on nature and art. Steven Dillon, Books, Entertainment, The Solaris Effect: Art and Artifice in Contemporary American Film Books>Entertainment, University Of Texas Press

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What do contemporary American movies and directors have to say about the relationship between nature and art? How do science fiction films like Steven Spielberg's A.I. and Darren Aronofsky's π represent the apparent oppositions between nature and culture, wild and tame? Steven Dillon's intriguing new volume surveys American cinema from 1990 to 2002 with substantial descriptions of sixty films, emphasizing small-budget independent American film. Directors studied include Steven Soderbergh, Darren Aronofsky, Todd Haynes, Harmony Korine, and Gus Van Sant, as well as more canonical figures like Martin Scorcese, Robert Altman, David Lynch, and Steven Spielberg. The book takes its title and inspiration from Andrei Tarkovsky's 1972 film Solaris, a science fiction ghost story that relentlessly explores the relationship between the powers of nature and art. The author argues that American film has the best chance of aesthetic success when it acknowledges that a film is actually a film. The best American movies tell an endless ghost story, as they perform the agonizing nearness and distance of the cinematic image. This groundbreaking commentary examines the rarely seen bridge between select American film directors and their typically more adventurous European counterparts. Filmmakers such as Lynch and Soderbergh are cross-cut together with Tarkovsky and the great French director, Jean-Luc Godard, in order to test the limits and possibilities of American film. Both enthusiastically cinephilic and fiercely critical, this book puts a decade of U.S. film in its global place, as part of an ongoing conversation on nature and art. The Solaris Effect: Art & Artifice in Contemporary American Film Dillon, Steven, University of Texas Press

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The Solaris Effect: Art & Artifice in Contemporary American Film

This groundbreaking commentary examines the rarely seen bridge between select American film directors and their typically more adventurous European counterparts. Filmmakers such as Lynch and Soderbergh are cross-cut together with Tarkovsky and the great French director, Jean-Luc Godard, in order to test the limits and possibilities of American film. Both enthusiastically cinephilic and fiercely critical, this book puts a decade of U.S. film in its global place, as part of an ongoing conversation on nature and art.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780292713451
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0292713452
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Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: UNIV OF TEXAS PR
265 Pages
Poids: 0,381 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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