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The biopic presents a profound paradox - its own conventions and historical stages of development, disintegration, investigation, parody, and revival have not gained respect in the world of film studies. That is, until now. "Whose Lives Are They Anyway?" boldly proves a critical point: The biopic is a genuine, dynamic genre and an important one - it narrates, exhibits, and celebrates a subject. The biopic presents a profound paradox - its own conventions and historical stages of development, disintegration, investigation, parody, and revival have not gained respect in the world of film studies. That is, until now. "Whose Lives Are They Anyway?" boldly proves a critical point: The biopic is a genuine, dynamic genre and an important one - it narrates, exhibits, and celebrates a subject's life and demonstrates, investigates, or questions his or her importance in the world; it illuminates the finer points of a personality; and, ultimately, it provides a medium for both artist and spectator to discover what it would be like to be that person, or a certain type of person. Through detailed analyses and critiques of nearly twenty biopics, Dennis Bingham explores what is at their core - the urge to dramatize real life and find a version of the truth within it. The genre's charge, which dates back to the salad days of the Hollywood studio era, is to introduce the biographical subject into the pantheon of cultural mythology and, above all, to show that he or she belongs there. It means to discover what we learn about our culture from the heroes who rise and the leaders who emerge from cinematic representations. Bingham also zooms in on distinctions between cinematic portrayals of men and women. Films about men have evolved from celebratory warts-and-all to investigatory to postmodern and parodic. At the same time, women in biopics have been burdened by myths of suffering, victimization, and failure from which they are only now being liberated. To explore the evolution and lifecycle changes of the biopic and develop an appreciation for subgenres contained within it, there is no better source than "Whose Lives Are They Anyway?" "Whose Lives Are They Anyway?" cuts to: "Lawrence of Arabia"; "Citizen Kane"; "Ed Wood"; "Man on the Moon"; "Erin Brockovich"; "An Angel at My Table"; "32 Short Films about Glenn Gould"; "Lumumba"; "Malcolm X"; "Marie Antoinette"; "Gorilla. Books, Music, Stage and Screen~~Film, TV & Radio~~Films, Cinema, Whose Lives Are They Anyway?~~Book~~9780813546582~~Dennis Bingham, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Rutgers University Press]

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The biopic presents a profound paradox--its own conventions and historical stages ofdevelopment, disintegration, investigation, parody, and revival have not gained respectin the world of film studies. That is, until now.Whose Lives Are They Anyway? boldly proves a critical point: The biopic is a genuine, dynamic genre and an important one--it narrates, exhibits, and celebrates a subject''s life and demonstrates, investigates, or questions his or her importance in the world; it illuminates the finer points of a personality; and, ultimately, it provides a medium for both artist and spectator to discover what it would be like to be that person, or a certain type of person.Through detailed analyses and critiques of nearly twenty biopics, Dennis Binghamexplores what is at their core--the urge to dramatize real life and find a version of the truth within it. The genre''s charge, which dates back to the salad days of the Hollywood studio era, is to introduce the biographical subject into the pantheon of cultural mythology and, above all, to show that he or she belongs there. It means to discover what we learn about our culture from the heroes who rise and the leaders who emerge from cinematic representations.Bingham also zooms in on distinctions between cinematic portrayals of men andwomen. Films about men have evolved from celebratory warts-and-all to investigatoryto postmodern and parodic. At the same time, women in biopics have been burdenedby myths of suffering, victimization, and failure from which they are only now beingliberated.To explore the evolution and lifecycle changes of the biopic and develop an appreciation for subgenres contained within it, there is no better source than Whose Lives Are They Anyway? Dennis Bingham, Books, Entertainment, Whose Lives are they Anyway?: The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre Books>Entertainment, Rutgers University Press

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[ED: Paperback], [PU: Rutgers University Press], Detailed analyses and critiques of nearly 20 biopics, e.g. Citizen Kane, Lawrence of Arabia, Nixon, Malcolm X, Lumumba, Gorillas in the Mist, Erin Brockovich, Marie Antoinette, etc. 2 parts: 1. The great (white) man biopic and its discontents 2. A woman's life is never done: female biopics.Einige wenige Kapitel haben Unterstreichungen mit gelbem Leuchtmarker und es gibt einen Flecken auf der ersten Seite (deshalb der günstige Preis), ansonsten ist das Buch aber in gutem Zustand.Hat neu über 40 Euro gekostet!!, [SC: 2.00]

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Whose Lives Are They Anyway?: The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre
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Bingham, Dennis

Titel:

Whose Lives Are They Anyway?: The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre

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0813546583

Through detailed analyses and critiques of nearly twenty biopics, Whose Lives Are They Anyway? proves a critical point: The biopic is a genuine. It narrates a subject's life and demonstrates, investigates, or questions his or her importance in the world. Explore the evolution and lifecycle changes of the biopic and devolop an appreciation for subgeneres contained within as Bingham explores what is at it's core.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813546582
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0813546583
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: RUTGERS UNIV PR
432 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,897 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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