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  • Author:
    David Martin-Jones
  • ISBN:
    0748622446
  • ISBN13:
    978-0748622443
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    Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (March 23, 2006)
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    256 pages
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Deleuze, Cinema and Natio. Martin-Jones makes Deleuze 'matter' in that his historical perspectivestresses that the Deleuzian distinction between time- and movement-images isnot merely formal, but deeply political. Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity tackles the burning questions ofglobalisation.

Understanding the construction of national identity in cinema, it will be seen, also broadens our understanding of Deleuze. During times of historical transformation, films often appear that experiment formally with narrative time. The films under discussion have all emerged within the very limited time span of the last ten years, from approximately the mid 1990s to the mid 2000s and have been chosen for two reasons.

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Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and . The first sustained analysis of Deleuze and national identity, this book brings together film theory and film history.

Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and history in modern cinema. At the same time, the book goes beyond Deleuze, indeed displaces his thought onto new territories. This is a remarkable book. Professor David Rodowick, Harvard University.

This chapter introduces the different definitions of time that are found in Gilles Deleuze's cinema texts, Cinema 1: The Movement-Image and Cinema 2: The Time-Image, and looks at the debate surrounding how the movement-image and the time-image interact. In spite of the increasing manipulation of narrative time in recent cinema, the reterritorialising strength of the movement-image ensures its.

Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas

Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas. Focusing on narrative time it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional material. The films discussed are contemporary and popular (either financial or cult successes), and include Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Terminator 3, Memento, Saving Private Ryan, Run Lola Run, Sliding Doors, Chaos and Peppermint Candy. Professor David Rodowick, Harvard UniversityThe first New in Paperback'This is one of the standout books of the year. Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and history in modern cinema.

The book significantly broadens the field of work on Deleuze and cinema. It places equal emphasis on understanding mainstream North American genre films, American independent and European art films. Key Features The first sustained analysis of Deleuze and national identity, bringing together film theory and film history Examines how narrative time is used to construct national identity across a range of different cinemas, including Britain, Germany, North America, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Poland Uses Deleuze in conjunction with a number of different types of recent film, from Hollywood blockbusters to Asian gangster movies.

Narrative Time in National Contexts. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas, including North America, Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Poland.

New in Paperback'This is one of the standout books of the year. Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and history in modern cinema. At the same time, the book goes beyond Deleuze, indeed displaces his thought onto new territories. This is a remarkable book.'Professor David Rodowick, Harvard UniversityThe first sustained analysis of Deleuze and national identity, this book brings together film theory and film history. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas, including North America, Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Poland. Focusing on narrative time it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional material. The films discussed include Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Terminator 3, Memento and Saving Private Ryan.