Cinema and Nation

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures x
  • Contributors xi
  • Acknowledgements xvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Bibliography 15
  • I - The Sociology of Nationalism 17
  • 1 - The Sociological Scope of 'National Cinema' 19
  • 2 - Frank Capra Meets John Doe 32
  • Notes 43
  • 3 - Images of the Nation Cinema, Art and National Identity 45
  • Bibliography 58
  • II - The Concept of National Cinema 61
  • 4 - The Limiting Imagination of National Cinema 63
  • Bibliography 74
  • 5 - National Cinema 75
  • Bibliography 87
  • 6 - Framing National Cinemas 88
  • 7 - Themes of Nation 103
  • Notes 117
  • III - Film Policy, Nationalism and the State 119
  • 8 - Cinematic Nation-Building 121
  • 9 - The Nation Vanishes 139
  • Bibliography 151
  • 10 - The New Scottish Cinema 153
  • Bibliography 169
  • IV - The Production of National Images 171
  • 11 - Indonesia the Movie 173
  • 12 - Notes on Polish Cinema, Nationalism and Wajda's Holy Week 189
  • Notes 201
  • Bibliography 202
  • 13 - Deep Nation 203
  • Bibliography 220
  • 14 - Fragmenting the Nation 222
  • Part V - The Reception of National Images 239
  • 15 - Mimetic Nationhood 241
  • 16 - From New German Cinema to the Post-Wall Cinema of Consensus 260
  • 17 - Contemporary Cinema 278
  • Notes 296
  • Birthing Nations 298
  • Notes 314
  • Name Index 317
  • Subject Index 324
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