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Edited by leading authorities on the subject, and bringingtogether a stellar cast of contributors, this detailed appraisal ofPedro Almodóvar's unique cinematic art examines thethemes, style, and aesthetics of his oeuvre and locates itin the context of the profound cultural transformations in Spainsince the 1970s. * Brings together a stellar cast of contributors from across theglobe including recognized and established specialists aswell as talented younger scholars * Features contributions by Spanish film historians, wherestudies of Almodóvar's work have been underrepresentedin the academic…mehr

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Edited by leading authorities on the subject, and bringingtogether a stellar cast of contributors, this detailed appraisal ofPedro Almodóvar's unique cinematic art examines thethemes, style, and aesthetics of his oeuvre and locates itin the context of the profound cultural transformations in Spainsince the 1970s. * Brings together a stellar cast of contributors from across theglobe including recognized and established specialists aswell as talented younger scholars * Features contributions by Spanish film historians, wherestudies of Almodóvar's work have been underrepresentedin the academic literature * Deploys new approaches to the analysis of film authorship byexploring contextual issues such as Almodóvar'stransnational appeal and the political dimensions of his works * Traces the director's fruitful collaborations in theareas of art and design, fashion and music

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 584
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19.02.2013
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118325391
  • Artikelnr.: 37757617
Autorenporträt
Marvin D'Lugo is Professor of Spanish and Adjunct Professor of Screen Studies at Clark University, Massachusetts where he teaches courses on Spanish and Latin-American cinema. He has published a number of books including Pedro Almodóvar (2006) in the University of Illinois Press' Contemporary Film Directors series. Kathleen M. Vernon is Associate Professor of Hispanic Languages and Literatures at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She is author and editor of numerous studies on Spanish cinema and culture including Post-Franco, Postmodern: The Films of Pedro Almodóvar (1995).
Inhaltsangabe
Notes on Contributors viii Acknowledgments xv Introduction: The Skin He Lives In 1 Marvin D'Lugo and Kathleen M. Vernon Part I Bio-Filmography 19 1 Almodóvar's Self-Fashioning: The Economics and Aesthetics of Deconstructive Autobiography 21 Paul Julian Smith 2 Creative Beginnings in Almodóvar's Work 39 Francisco A. Zurian 3 Almodóvar and Hitchcock: A Sorcerer's Apprenticeship 59 Dona Kercher 4 A Life
Imagined and Otherwise: The Limits and Uses of Autobiography in Almodóvar's Films 88 Alberto Mira Part II Spanish Contexts 105 5 El Deseo's "Itinerary": Almodóvar and the Spanish Film Industry 107 Marina Díaz López 6 Almodóvar and Spanish Patterns of Film Reception 129 Josetxo Cerdán and Miguel Fernández Labayen 7 Memory
Politics
and the Post-Transition in Almodóvar's Cinema 153 Juan Carlos Ibáñez 8 The Ethics of Oblivion: Personal
National
and Cultural Memories in the Films of Pedro Almodóvar 176 Adrián Pérez Melgosa Part III At the Limits of Gender 201 9 Our Rapists
Ourselves: Women and the Staging of Rape in the Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar 203 Leora Lev 10 Paternity and Pathogens: Mourning Men and the Crises of Masculinity in Todo Sobre Mi Madre and Hable Con Ella 225 Dean Allbritton 11 Domesticating Violence in the Films of Pedro Almodóvar 244 Noelia Saenz 12 La piel que habito: A Story of Imposed Gender and the Struggle for Identity 262 Francisco A. Zurian Part IV Re-readings 279 13 Re-envoicements and Reverberations in Almodóvar's Macro-Melodrama 281 Marsha Kinder 14 The Flower of His Secret: Carne trémula and the Mise en Scène of Desire 304 Celestino Deleyto 15 Scratching the Past on the Surface of the Skin: Embodied Intersubjectivity
Prosthetic Memory
and Witnessing in Almodóvar's La mala educación 322 Julián Daniel Gutiérrez-Albilla 16 Almodóvar's Stolen Images 345 Javier Herrera Part V Global Almodóvar 365 17 Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: From Madrid (1988) to New York (2010) 367 Isolina Ballesteros 18 Almodóvar's Global Musical Marketplace 387 Kathleen M. Vernon 19 Almodóvar and Latin America: The Making of a Transnational Aesthetic in Volver 412 Marvin D'Lugo 20 Is there a French Almodóvar? 432 Jean-Claude Seguin 21 Almodóvar in Asia: Hong Kong
Taiwan
and LGBT Film Culture 453 E. K. Tan Part VI Art and Commerce 469 22 To the Health of the Author: Art Direction in Los abrazos rotos 471 John D. Sanderson 23 Making Spain Fashionable: Fashion and Design in Pedro Almodóvar's Cinema 495 Gerard Dapena 24 Almodóvar
Cyberfandom
and Participatory Culture 524 Vicente Rodríguez Ortega Index 551