Screening Modernism: European Art Cinema, 1950-1980

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Index of Names and Movie Titles
8 1/2, 67–68, 111, 194–95, 209, 213, 294–95, 297, 302, 316, 316n, 317–22, 341, 387, 389
12 Angry Men, 112–13
25 Fireman's Street, 378
400 Blows, The, 69, 78, 81, 83, 102, 172, 291, 305, 310
491, 173, 337
Abramson, Hans, 313
Abuladze, Tengiz, 283
Ackerman, Chantal, 129, 135, 135n, 141, 156–58, 161, 211, 361, 382
Adalen Riots, 362
Adieu Philippine, 208, 277, 279, 324–25
Adrift, 355n
Adventure Starts Here, 314
Age of Daydreaming, The, 172, 323
Age of Gold, 31n
Agnus Dei, 181
Alea, Tomás Gutiérrez, 118, 364
Alex in Wonderland, 322
Alexandrov, Grigori, 238, 239n, 298n
Alice in the Cities, 103, 159, 209
All My Good Countrymen, 355
All That Heaven Allows, 197
All's Well, 192, 196, 208, 367, 369
Allemagne neuf-zero, 115n
Allen, Woody, 67
Alov, Alexander, 283
Alphaville, 115, 170, 314, 385
Amarcord, 339, 378, 385
American Soldier, The, 198, 210
Amiard-Chevral, Claudine, 239n
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, 108
An Unusual Exhibition, 116
Anathor, 181
And the Ship Sails On, 200, 385
Anderson, Lindsay, 116, 310
Andersson, Bibi, 167, 344
Andersson, Harriet, 167, 362n
Andrei Rublev, 68, 96, 102, 188, 213, 288, 341–43, 387, 389, 393
Andrew, Dudley, 39
Angelopoulos, Theo, 129, 156, 181, 190, 206, 211, 292, 371–72, 376
Anger, Kenneth, 32, 210
Angst Eats the Soul, 383
Anna and the Wolves, 379
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 38, 63, 66, 68–69, 78, 81, 83, 89, 96–98, 100, 103, 125, 127–29, 129, 130n, 137, 141, 146, 149, 149n, 150, 150n, 151–52, 152n, 153–54, 154nn, 155–56, 158–59, 161, 163–65, 167, 189–90, 193, 193n, 195n, 199, 206, 208, 211, 213, 247, 256, 256n, 257, 257n, 259–60, 263–64, 267–71, 276–77, 279, 283, 287–88, 291–92, 294–96, 299, 299n, 300, 302–303, 322–23, 325–26, 329–31, 331n, 334, 336–37, 339, 341–42, 345–48, 348n, 362, 372, 374n, 393, 395–96, 399

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