2 edition of Cinemas in transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 found in the catalog.
Cinemas in transition in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Catherine Portuges and Peter Hames|
|LC Classifications||PN1993.5.E82 C57 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012018120|
Artist Cinemas presents War and Cinema: Week #1 Facebook / Instagram / Twitter. e-flux is pleased to present War and Cinema, a six-part program of films, video works, and interviews put together by Oleksiy is the second program in Artist Cinemas, a long-term, online series of film programs curated by artists for e-flux Video & Film. Professor Orenstein’s research focuses on the political economy of transition in Central and Eastern Europe, pension privatization worldwide, the role of ideas in economic policy reform, and Russia’s hybrid war on the West. Among other works on political economy and foreign policy, he is the author of three prize-winning books.
In the first 15 years of transition, economic growth in Eastern Europe was often double the pace of Western Europe. Since the great recession, however, growth has slowed and forecasters now assert that labor shortages and structural rigidities are constraining growth by up to % annually. In several countries in Eastern Europe after –, the replacement of the old order was simultaneously “a process of national liberation” (Bunce, , ), which generated more determined support for a course of radical change (Bunce, , ).
War and Cinema is a program convened by Oleksiy Radynski as part of Artist Cinemas, a long-term, online series of film programs curated by artists for e-flux Video & Film. War and Cinema will run for six weeks from June 17 through J , screening a new film each week accompanied by an interview with the filmmaker. Art and Theory of Post– Central and Eastern Europe: A Critical Anthology was published by the Museum of Modern Art in September , and was edited by .
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The cinemas of Eastern and Central Europe have been moving away from earlier Cold War perspectives and iconographies toward identifications more closely linked to a redefined Europe.
Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after studies the shifts in the dynamics between film production, exhibition, and reception in Eastern Format: Hardcover. Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after In this Book. Additional Information.
Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after ; Edited by Catherine Portuges, and Peter John Bursell Hames ; Book; Published by: Cited by: 2.
/ Peter Hames --Memory and Re-invention in Post-socialist Hungarian Cinema / Catherine Portuges --Searching for Survival and Meaning: Polish Film Industry and Art after / Ewa Mazierska --Narratives of the Emerging Self Romania's First Years of Post-Totalitarian Cinema / Bogdan Stefanescu and Alexandra Foamente --The first five years with.
Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after also addresses the strategies employed for preserving national cinemas and cultures through an analysis of films from the Czech and Slovak republics, the former German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Ukraine, and the former Yugoslavia.
The study provides a picture of. Download and Read Free Online Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after From reader reviews: Freddie Patton: Book is definitely written, printed, or outlined for everything.
Election chronology in Central/Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Between June and Aprilevery Communist or former Communist country in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia—and in the case of the USSR and Yugoslavia, every constituent republic—held competitive parliamentary elections for the first time in many decades.
Nationalism, anti-liberalism and ultra-conservatism mark the political discourse in Central Europe today. What was once referred to as the ‘kidnapped West’ now seems to imitate its former captor. Jacques Rupnik seeks causes for the decline of the liberal consensus in Central Europe afterfollowing the trajectories of some of its major political thinkers.
In fact, fromthe countries of Communist Eastern Europe had the highest rate of economic growth of any world region, including Western Europe and the North America.
After those significant successes began to fade and by the early s governments across the region were struggling unsuccessfully to stave off the recession that.
Eastern Europe and Russia. With the fall of the Berlin Wall in and the collapse of the Soviet Union two years later, the film cultures of Russia and the former Soviet-bloc countries of eastern Europe experienced dramatic transformations.
Formerly controlled and supported by the state, film production shifted into private hands. Civil Society in Transition: Civic Engagement and Nonprofit Organizations in Central and Eastern Europe after 1.
Introduction In recent years, the development of civic engagement and the nonprofit sector in the former Eastern bloc countries has attracted special attention from political scientists and policymakers alike.
The legacy of division: East and West after Ferenc Laczó and Luka Lisjak Gabrijelčič. Staring through the mocking glass: Three misperceptions of the East-West divide since Dorothee Bohle and Béla Greskovits.
Back to Cold War and beyond Richard Sakwa. The cost of unity: The transformation of Germany and East Central Europe after Portuges, Catherine and Peter Hames, eds. Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Reviewed by Lilla Tőke, Assistant Professor, CUNY, LaGuardia Community College. Central and eastern Europe over the past 30 years has witnessed one of the most dramatic economic spurts of growth that any region of the.
The book examines cinema in post Europe by looking at how the new post-Cold War cinematographic co-productions articulate the political and cultural objectives of a new Europe as they redefine a European identity. Show all. About the authors. Assessing the state of post European cinema, from (co)production and reception trends to filmic depictions of migration patterns, economic transformations and socio-political debates over the past and the present, they address increasingly intertwined cinema industries that are both central (France and Germany) and marginal in Europe.
The larger point is that aftermany central and eastern Europeans came to resent being told to copy western practices and values as if they were mere pupils in a class.
Much of the literature on democratic transition, consolidation and Europeanization has been dominated by the study of legal and institutional crafting, especially concerning the post-communist and post-Soviet countries of Central and Eastern Europe, where not only political but also economic and social institutions had to be created in the.
Book Description. Recent confrontations between constitutional courts and parliamentary majorities, for example in Poland and Hungary, have attracted international interest in the relationship between the judiciary and the legislature in Central and Eastern European countries.
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Between Berlin and Slobodka: Jewish Transition Figures from Eastern EuropeReviews: 1. Cinemas in Transition in Central and Eastern Europe after Philadelphia: Temple University Press, Sarkisova, Oksana, and Apor, Péter. Past for the Eyes: East European Representations of Communism in Cinema and Museums after New York: Central European University Press, Skrodzka, Aga.
Magic Realist Cinema in East Central.This volume explores the discursive nature of post social change in Central and Eastern Europe. Through a set of national case studies, the construction of post-communist transformation is explored from the point of view of accelerating and unique dynamics of linguistic and discursive practices.
The extent of post emigration from eastern and central Europe, awakening fears of national disappearance, helps explain the deeply hostile reaction across the region to the refugee crisis of.