The New Neapolitan Cinema

The New Neapolitan Cinema

The New Neapolitan Cinema

The New Neapolitan Cinema

Synopsis

Neapolitan cinema has a wealth of distinct regional traditions that challenge convention and portray a distinctive identity. Alex Marlow-Mann's book is the first text on New Neapolitan Cinema in any language.

Three films changed the region's cinematic landscape in the early 1990s: Vito and the Others (1991), Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician (1992), and Libera (1993). This text discusses the impact of their critical success on a thriving Naples film industry by analyzing over 45 contemporary Italian films, thus inking Neapolitan cinema to the wider context of regional filmmaking.

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