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Social Text (2016) 34 (2 (127)): 45–70.
Published: 01 June 2016
... for the aesthetic and social form of contemporary Hollywood cinema. What Jameson in Postmodernism called the atemporal “waning of affect” is hyperbolically exposed in both films, which are linked by their formal emphasis on accumulation, repetition, and looping. This late capitalist regime of accumulation...
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Social Text (2010) 28 (3 (104)): 119–150.
Published: 01 September 2010
...); John King et al., Mediating Two Worlds; Ana M. López, “Facing Up to Hollywood,” in Reinventing Film Studies, ed. Linda Williams and Christine Gledhill (London: Arnold, 2001), 419 – 37; Chon A. Noriega, ed., Visible Nations: Latin American Cinema and Video (Minneapolis: Uni- versity of Minnesota...
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Social Text (2005) 23 (2 (83)): 133–153.
Published: 01 June 2005
.... Hollywood works, as it forges a national cinema through the construction of its enemies. Film scholars have repeatedly stressed the diffi culties of conceptual- izing the structure and practice of national cinema because of the trans...
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Social Text (2005) 23 (3-4 (84-85)): 157–169.
Published: 01 December 2005
... viewership. This newfound popularity can be traced to how the genre and idiom of Bollywood cinema are being rapidly translated into cinema. terms more in keeping with the narrative and representational conventions of Hollywood cinema. We...
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Social Text (2010) 28 (2 (103)): 85–112.
Published: 01 June 2010
... of recogni- tion on which the emergent critique of style was based. No doubt black audiences discerned, as did Richard Wright’s Bigger Thomas, that Hollywood cinema had not been addressed to them, and for this reason their purpose was to radicalize the discourse they received through overhearing...
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Social Text (2017) 35 (3 (132)): 17–40.
Published: 01 September 2017
... in Kommission . Maltby Richard . 1996 . “ ‘A Brief Romantic Interlude’: Dick and Jane Go to Three and One-Half Seconds of the Classical Hollywood Cinema .” In Post-theory: Reconstructing Film Studies , edited by Carroll Noel Bordwell David , 434 – 59 . Madison : University of Wisconsin...
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Social Text (2009) 27 (2 (99)): 55–76.
Published: 01 June 2009
... to discuss a Hollywood film as an illustrative example here, instead of a real social case, partly because many empirical studies have already been con- ducted, and also because of the unique ideological value that Hollywood cinema maintains and which is constitutive of the creative economy. This film...
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Social Text (2016) 34 (2 (127)): 1–20.
Published: 01 June 2016
... in contemporary culture, as well as the persistence of older forms. Sulgi Lie’s article “From Shame to Drive : The Waning of Affect; or, The Rising of the Drive-Image in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema” takes up this idea of a postmodern eternal present and measures it against current formal tendencies through...
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Social Text (2017) 35 (3 (132)): 41–70.
Published: 01 September 2017
... of editorial interventions, it fundamentally revises the dynamic between time and narration in cinema. David Bordwell, in particular, has spent considerable time studying these strategies in Hollywood. 16 However, no equivalent analysis exists on Indian cinemas. I therefore draw on Bordwell’s formulations...
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Social Text (2010) 28 (4 (105)): 65–89.
Published: 01 December 2010
.... Michael Haneke’s Code Unknown (2000) uses similar techniques to explore the nature of contemporary disconnection. 37. Filmic representations of dynamic oppositional networks, rather than the criminal terrorist networks more commonly featured in Hollywood cinema, are indebted...
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Social Text (2005) 23 (2 (83)): np.
Published: 01 June 2005
... Schiller (Rowman and Littlefi eld) and (as a coauthor) Global Hollywood 2 (British Film Institute). Laikwan Pang teaches fi lm and cultural studies in the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is the author of Building a New China in Cinema...
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Social Text (2005) 23 (3-4 (84-85)): 69–84.
Published: 01 December 2005
... for the film’s long review of the politics of African American representation in Hollywood film: he compared drawings done by “nor- mal” children, that is, white children, against those done by “powerless Black children...
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Social Text (2000) 18 (2 (63)): 83–106.
Published: 01 June 2000
... as gang members (men) or as sassy and virginal (women), hardly any Puerto Rican cultural critic or screen actor can refrain from stating their very special relationship to West Side Story. Jennifer López, the highest paid Latina actress in Hollywood today...
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Social Text (2018) 36 (3 (136)): 47–69.
Published: 01 September 2018
... of the Harlem Renaissance together with popular Hollywood cinema on the intellectuals, writers, and performers of Sophiatown, and his discussion of the impact of “the idea of America” on the apartheid state’s ban on television, for example, find their complement in the analysis of American cinematic...
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Social Text (2000) 18 (4 (65)): 83–107.
Published: 01 December 2000
... moment of national liberation. 22. Interview by Jon Stephens, “Mel Gibson’s Great Scot,” at httpwww. geocities.com/Hollywood/Cinema/1975/. 23. Adam Ferguson, An Essay on the History of Civil Society (Edinburgh, 1767). See...
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Social Text (2002) 20 (3 (72)): 45–65.
Published: 01 September 2002
... and cen- tered toward me. So it is unnatural and unaesthetic not to love Hollywood or McDonald’s, for the beauty of McDonald’s is not a personal affair; it is deep in human nature itself, deeply consistent with universal normal...
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Social Text (2013) 31 (2 (115)): 103–121.
Published: 01 June 2013
...) film genres.33 The marginal zone shared by Second and Third Cinema is a fraught location for a filmmaker seeking to make so ardent a critique of market liberaliza- tion. While both Second and Third Cinema filmmakers work in opposition to Hollywood’s commercialism, spectacle-­oriented aesthetics...
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Social Text (2018) 36 (3 (136)): 71–91.
Published: 01 September 2018
... as working in simple mimetic terms, a twentieth-century version of realism’s mirror parading down the street. In many of the manifestos that accompanied these films, cinema was understood discursively as a particular language as well as a repertoire of assumptions and practices. The Hollywood cinematic...
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Social Text (2015) 33 (3 (124)): 75–113.
Published: 01 September 2015
... the child’s repudiation of her.31 The psychoanalytic duality of the phallic mother and the castrated mother provided the basis for polarized and ambivalent representations of mothers in 1950s and 1960s Hollywood cinema, which was heavily influ...
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Social Text (2005) 23 (2 (83)): 21–34.
Published: 01 June 2005
... Michael J. Shapiro Minority Report Everybody runs; everybody runs. —John Anderton (Tom Cruise) The government’s attempts at suborning the media and, in particular, the Hollywood fi lm industry, and enlist its feature fi lms in support of mili...