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Title Cinema's alchemist [electronic resource] : the films of Péter Forgács / Bill Nichols and Michael Renov, editors.
Publication Info. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2011.
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Description xxi, 271 p. : ill.
Series Visible evidence ; v. 25.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Bill Nichols -- Setting the Scene. Péter Forgács: an interview / Scott MacDonald -- The memory of loss: Péter Forgács' Saga of family life and social hell / Péter Forgacs and Bill Nichols, in dialogue -- The Holocaust Films. Toward a new historiography: the aesthetics of temporality / Ernst van Alphen -- Ordinary film: The maelstrom / Michael S. Roth -- Historical discourses of the unimaginable: The maelstrom / Michael Renov -- Waiting, hoping, among the Ruins of All the Rest / Kaja Silverman -- The trace: framing the presence of the past in Free fall / Malin Wahlberg -- Other films/other contexts. How to make history perceptible: The Bartos family and the private Hungary series / Roger Odin -- Found images as witness to Central European history: a Bibø reader and Miss Universe 1929 / Catherine Portuges -- Reenvisioning the documentary fact: on saying and showing in Wittgenstein Tractatus and bourgeois dictionaries / Tyrus Miller -- The world rewound: Wittgenstein Tractatus / Whitney Davis -- Taking the part for the whole: some thoughts inspired by the film music of Tibor Szemzø / Tamøs Korønyi -- Analytical spaces: the installations of Péter Forgács / Laszlo F. Føldønyi -- Reorchestrating history: transforming The Danube exodus into a database documentary / Marsha Kinder.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2011. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Subject Forgács, Péter -- Criticism and interpretation.
Added Author Nichols, Bill, 1942-
Renov, Michael, 1950-
ebrary, Inc.
ISBN 9780816648740 (hc alk. paper)
9780816648757 (pb alk. paper)
9780816678303 (e-book)
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