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André Bazin and Italian Neorealism [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781441170750Publication details: London : Continuum International Publishing, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781441167101
Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: André Bazin and Italian NeorealismDDC classification:
  • 791.430945
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Contents:
Chapter One; Defining the Real: The Film Theory and Criticism of André Bazin; Chapter Two; What Is Neorealism?; Chapter Three; "Cinematic Realism and the Italian School of the Liberation"; Chapter Four; "La Terra Trema"; Chapter Five; "Germany, Year Zero"; Chapter Six; "Bicycle Thieves"; Chapter Seven; "Vittorio De Sica: Metteur en Scène"; Chapter Eight; "A Saint Becomes a Saint Only After the Fact?: Heaven over the Marshes"; Chapter Nine; "Neorealism, Opera, and Propaganda" (Forbidden Christ); Chapter Ten; "The Road to Hope"; Chapter Eleven; "Two Cents' Worth of Hope"; Chapter Twelve
"Cabiria: The Voyage to the End of Neorealism"Chronology and Credits of the Films of Italian Neorealism? (including precursors and successors); Select Bibliography of Italian Neorealism; A Bazin Bibliography; Index
"Umberto D.: A Great Work"Chapter Thirteen; "In Italy"; Chapter Fourteen; "Is the Italian Cinema Going to Disown Itself?"; Chapter Fifteen; "La Strada"; Chapter Sixteen; "Cruel Naples" (Gold of Naples); Chapter Seventeen; "In Defense of Rossellini"; Chapter Eighteen; "De Sica and Rossellini"; Chapter Nineteen; "Senso"; Chapter Twenty; "Il Bidone, or the Road to Salvation Reconsidered"; Chapter Twenty-one; "The Roof"; Chapter Twenty-two; "Neorealism Returns: Love in the City"; Chapter Twenty-three; "The Profound Originality of I Vitelloni"; Chapter Twenty-four
Summary: Andr Bazin and Italian Neorealism presents, for the first time in English, a new selection of Andr Bazin's writings on Vittorio De Sica, Roberto Rossellini, and Federico Fellini; lesser known but important neorealist works such as The Roof, Forbidden Christ, and Love in the City; and vital topics like realism versus reality, neorealism's eclipse amid postwar Italy's economic prosperity, and the relationship between neorealism and propaganda. . There are also essays on art and politics, film and comedy, and cinema and the avant-garde.
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Chapter One; Defining the Real: The Film Theory and Criticism of André Bazin; Chapter Two; What Is Neorealism?; Chapter Three; "Cinematic Realism and the Italian School of the Liberation"; Chapter Four; "La Terra Trema"; Chapter Five; "Germany, Year Zero"; Chapter Six; "Bicycle Thieves"; Chapter Seven; "Vittorio De Sica: Metteur en Scène"; Chapter Eight; "A Saint Becomes a Saint Only After the Fact?: Heaven over the Marshes"; Chapter Nine; "Neorealism, Opera, and Propaganda" (Forbidden Christ); Chapter Ten; "The Road to Hope"; Chapter Eleven; "Two Cents' Worth of Hope"; Chapter Twelve

"Cabiria: The Voyage to the End of Neorealism"Chronology and Credits of the Films of Italian Neorealism? (including precursors and successors); Select Bibliography of Italian Neorealism; A Bazin Bibliography; Index

"Umberto D.: A Great Work"Chapter Thirteen; "In Italy"; Chapter Fourteen; "Is the Italian Cinema Going to Disown Itself?"; Chapter Fifteen; "La Strada"; Chapter Sixteen; "Cruel Naples" (Gold of Naples); Chapter Seventeen; "In Defense of Rossellini"; Chapter Eighteen; "De Sica and Rossellini"; Chapter Nineteen; "Senso"; Chapter Twenty; "Il Bidone, or the Road to Salvation Reconsidered"; Chapter Twenty-one; "The Roof"; Chapter Twenty-two; "Neorealism Returns: Love in the City"; Chapter Twenty-three; "The Profound Originality of I Vitelloni"; Chapter Twenty-four

Andr Bazin and Italian Neorealism presents, for the first time in English, a new selection of Andr Bazin's writings on Vittorio De Sica, Roberto Rossellini, and Federico Fellini; lesser known but important neorealist works such as The Roof, Forbidden Christ, and Love in the City; and vital topics like realism versus reality, neorealism's eclipse amid postwar Italy's economic prosperity, and the relationship between neorealism and propaganda. . There are also essays on art and politics, film and comedy, and cinema and the avant-garde.