Deleuze and Film

Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W. (Eds.) (2012) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748641215

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Deleuze and Film explores how different films from around the world 'think' about topics like history, national identity, geopolitics, ethics, gender, genre, affect, religion, surveillance culture, digital aesthetics and the body. Mapping the global diversity of this cinematic thinking, this book greatly expands upon the range of films discussed in Deleuze's Cinema books. <br/> Key Features: <ul><li>Analyses several Asian films, including Japan's most famous monster movie Godzilla, the colourful Thai western Tears of the Black Tiger, the South Korean road movie Traces of Love and the Iranian comedy The Lizard</li> <li>Discusses American film noir, recent European art films such as Red Road and The Lives of Others and Hollywood CGI Blockbusters including Hellboy and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button</li> <li>Includes a dedicated chapter on the animated documentary Waltz with Bashir</li> <li>Studies host of different directors from Rainer Werner Fassbinder to Baz Luhrmann</li></ul>

Item Type:Edited Books
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Martin-Jones, Professor David
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > Theatre Film and TV Studies
Publisher:Edinburgh University Press
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