The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 19.0211 Thursday, 10 April 2008
From: Agnieszka Rasmus <
Date: Wednesday, 9 Apr 2008 18:53:44 +0100 (BST)
Subject: New publication on Shakespeare and Cinema
I am happy to announce a new publication devoted to Shakespeare and film.
With warm regards,
Title: Filming Shakespeare, from metatheatre to metacinema (Peter Lang,
by Agnieszka Rasmus
The volume offers a thoroughly researched and extensive survey of
reflexivity in Shakespeare on screen, providing the reader with
comprehensive and easily readable case studies of major and obscure
productions from silent era to the present day. Topics include the
ontology of the photographic image, the silent era, cinema as death,
Hollywood, counter-cinema, ideology, film genre, and theatrical vs.
cinematic illusion. Being well grounded in Shakespeare criticism as well
as film theory and history, the essays are aimed at students, teachers,
scholars, and enthusiasts of Shakespeare and film.
Contents: Shakespeare, adaptation, metatheatre, metacinema, reflexivity,
silent film, Hollywood, counter-cinema, theatrical vs. cinematic space,
illusion, alienation, spectator, film genre, ideology, cinema as death,
soliloquies, asides, direct address, film-within-the-film, framing
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