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    Jonathan L. Owen
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Introduction: Surrealism In and Out of the Czechoslovak New Wave. As we shall see, Surrealism was by no means the only avant-garde tradition to make a significant impact on this cinema. But it did have the most pervasive influence.

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Jonathan L. Owen is a Teaching Fellow at the University of St. Andrews. He completed his P. on Czech cinema at the University of Manchester. Библиографические данные. Avant-garde to New Wave: Czechoslovak Cinema, Surrealism and the Sixties Berghahn on film.

Avant-garde to New Wave:. has been added to your Cart. Owen provides a useful overview of Czechoslovak avant-garde art from the 1920s to the 1980s and in-depth analysis of a number of movies, some of them not well known in the West

Avant-garde to New Wave:. Owen provides a useful overview of Czechoslovak avant-garde art from the 1920s to the 1980s and in-depth analysis of a number of movies, some of them not well known in the West. The book will be rewarding reading for those interested in Slavic culture, European avant-gardism, and film studies. he book's considerable lasting value lies in the quality and depth of the contextual material, accompanied by a lengthy bibliography. Owen’s book will be very valuable for scholars and students of Czech and Slovak cinema and of the Czechoslovak avant-garde generally, as well as for those interested in applying poststructuralist and psychoanalytic theory to film. a fine study of the Czechoslovak New Wave.

Avant-Garde to New Wave book. This book explores the avant-garde's influence over the New Wave and considers the political implications of that influence

Avant-Garde to New Wave book. This book explores the avant-garde's influence over the New Wave and considers the political implications of that influence.

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The cultural liberalization of communist Czechoslovakia in the 1960s produced many artistic accomplishments, not least the celebrated films of the Czech New Wave. This movement saw filmmakers use their new freedom to engage with traditions of the avant-garde, especially Surrealism. This book explores the avant-garde's influence over the New Wave and considers the political implications of that influence. The close analysis of selected films, ranging from the Oscar-winning Closely Observed Trains to the aesthetically challenging Daisies, is contextualized by an account of the Czech avant-garde and a discussion of the films' immediate cultural and political background.