9 edition of Stars in modern French film found in the catalog.
by Arnold, Distributed in the U.S.A. by Oxford University Press in London, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PN1993.5.F7 A96 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|ISBN 10||0340760184, 0340760192|
|LC Control Number||2004272299|
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Guy Austin's lucid and engaging account charts the making (and in some cases breaking) of the icons of French cinema, including such famous names as Catherine Deneuve, Gerard Depardieu, and Brigitte Bardot, as well as more recent stars like Beatrice Dalle, Emmanuelle Beart, and Samy by: Stars in Modern French Film analyzes the essential French stars of the last fifty years, paying detailed attention to screen performance, representation in the popular press, 3/5(2).
From the Cannes film festival and Brigitte Bardot to virtual film stars and Virginie Ledoyen, French film stars embody glamour and sex appeal and sometimes controversy. This text analyzes the major French stars of the last fifty years, paying detailed attention to screen performance, Pages: Free 2-day shipping.
Buy Arnold Publication: Stars in Modern French Film (Paperback) at About Stars in Modern French Film Guy Austin's lucid and engaging account charts the making (and in some cases breaking) of the icons of French cinema, including such famous names as Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu and Brigitte Bardot.
Stars in modern French film. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Austin, Guy Date Publisher Arnold Pub place London ISBN, Preview. This item appears on. List: French Culture and Society Section: Introducing French cinema Next: French Cinema Now.
More recent stars like Beatrice Dalle, Emmanuelle Beart and Samy Naceri, as well as neglected or controversial figures such as Patrick Dewaere and Sylvia Kristel, are also given considerable attention. This readable and dynamic book is a major a contribution to French film studies and is a must for both students and fans of modern French : Guy Austin.
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Votes: 1, 12 Top Modern French Movies For Lovers Of France and Film. Posted on by John Farr Over the course of minutes, Bertrand Tavernier’s “My Journey Through French Cinema” () pays tribute to all the many films that formed and influenced this accomplished director, now in his seventies.
Vivid, evocative period piece set. 'Stars in Modern French Film is highly readable, easily accessible, and will be very appealing to those who know the stars and have seen at least some of their movies.' Patricia B.
Westphal. France has always been a trailblazer for European cinema. To begin with, it played a key role in the birth of film with the Lumière brothers’ shorts, while in the ‘20s it became prominent with the French Impressionist Cinema and in the late 50s a new generation of French directors arrived to turn everything upside down, creating the French New Wave.
The present study will look closely at sixteen major stars of modern French cinema, analysing their star images via forms such as on-screen performance, star bodies and star faces, and representations in the popular press, including generally approving film and celebrity titles (Premiere, Paris Match) and occasionally the more scandalous, muck.
More recent stars like Beatrice Dalle, Emmanuelle Beart and Samy Naceri, as well as neglected or controversial figures such as Patrick Dewaere and Sylvia Kristel, are also given 3/5(2).
A loving anthology, with commentary, on the silent cinema. An invitation to discovery on every page, and perhaps the best title for any film book yet published. The British Film Catalogue, Denis Gifford, David & Charles, The nearest we have to a British national filmography was created not by any institute or university but by.
"This is a book that will add exciting new dimensions to teaching of and research into French cinema." - Modern and Contemporary France " a welcome complement to existing auteur and historical studies of French film, and a welcome intervention in more general work on stardom Eminently extremely useful - and, thanks to the stars themselves, sexy - addition to survey courses Cited by: The First Man (film) The Five Accursed Gentlemen; Five Ashore in Singapore; The Five Cents of Lavarede ( film) Five Weeks in a Balloon (film) Flame and the Flesh; Flight of the Lost Balloon; Flying Gold; Forbidden Games; Four Queens for an Ace; Frau Eva; The French, They Are a Funny Race; Friends and Lovers (film) From the Earth to the Moon (film) Fruits of Passion.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (vii, pages): illustrations: Contents: Introduction: star studies, star systems --And God created stars: Brigitte Bardot --Politics and glamour: Yves Montand and Simone Signoret --Red woman/white woman: Jeanne Moreau and Catherine Denevue --Macho men: Jean-Paul Belmondo and Alain Delon --A star is.
Drumroll, please This is your go-to guide to the best French movies of all time. Perhaps you already know your Malle from your Melville, and are fluent in. French cinema also was the birthplace for many subgenres of the crime film, most notably the modern caper film, starting with 's Rififi by American-born director Jules Dassin and followed by a large number of serious, noirish heist dramas as well as playful caper comedies throughout the sixties, and the "polar," a typical French blend of Main distributors: Twentieth Century Fox (The Walt.
"From the Cannes film festival and Brigitte Bardot to virtual film stars and Virginie Ledoyen, French film stars embody glamour, sexiness and controversy. Stars in Modern French Film analyzes the essential French stars of the last fifty years, paying detailed attention to screen performance, representation in the popular press, and social and political contexts in which they functioned.
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