Slow Cinema

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Edinburgh University Press, 31. des. 2015 - 320 sider
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Focused on a body of films bound together through a cinematic aesthetic of slowness, this book is a pioneering effort to situate, theorise and map out slow cinema within contemporary global film production and across world cinema history.
 

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From Slow Cinema to Slow Cinemas
1
1 The Politics of Slowness and the Traps of Modernity
25
Carl Th Dreyers Film Style
47
3 The First Durational Cinema and the Real of Time
59
Slow Film and Politics in the Cinema of JeanMarie Straub and Danièle Huillet
71
Tsai Mingliang and a Cinema of Slowness
87
6 Stills and Stillness in Apichatpong Weerasethakuls Cinema
99
The Long Slow Cinema of Lav Diaz
112
Duration Audition and Labour in Liu Jiayins Oxhide and Oxhide II
192
Slow Aesthetics in Experimental Ecocinema and Nature Cam Videos
207
Animals Contingency and Death in Carlos Reygadass Japón and Lisandro Alonsos Los muertos
219
Nonhuman Aesthetics in Abbas Kiarostamis Five Dedicated to Ozu
231
The Poetics and the Politics of Fiction
245
AKA Serial Killer and James Bennings Portraits of Criminals
261
19 Slow Cinema and the Ethics of Duration
273
Immersion Unfolding and Lucile Hadžihalilovic ́s Innocence
287

Austerity Dispossession and the Politics of Slow in Kelly Reichardts Meeks Cutoff
123
From Slowness to Stillness in the Cinema of Jia Zhangke
137
Slow Cinemas Labouring Body the Political Spectator and the Queer
153
Pedro Costas In Vandas Room
169
Cinematic Style as Labour in Wang Bings Tie Xi Qu West of the Tracks
180
the Politics and Aesthetics of Stalled Mobility in Hermakono and Morgen
299
Slow Heritage Cinema
312
Index
324
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Dr. Tiago de Luca is Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Liverpool. He is the author of Realism of the Senses in World Cinema: The Experience of Physical Reality (I.B. Tauris, 2013) and the series editor (with Lúcia Nagib) of Film Thinks: How Cinema Inspire Writers and Thinkers, and has published widely on world cinemas in journals such as Senses of Cinema, Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Cinephile, New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film and Cinema Journal.

Nuno Barradas Jorge is a PhD candidate in the Department of Culture, Film and Media at the University of Nottingham. His research has appeared in the journal Adaptation, and the collections Migration in Lusophone Cinema (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), El Juego con los Estereotipos (Peter Lang, 2012), and Directory of World Cinema: Spain (Intellect, 2011).

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