Szerző a tükörben – Szerzőiség és önreflexió a filmművészetben

Kijárat Kiadó – Kosztolányi Dezső Kávéház Kulturális Alapítvány
Terjedelem: 296 oldal
Ára: 2600 Ft
A könyv megvásárolható az alábbi helyeken:
Líra könyvesboltok (
Írók Boltja – Budapest 1061, Andrássy út 45.
Gondolat Könyvesház – Budapest 1053, Károlyi Mihály u. 16.
Atlantisz Könyvsziget – Budapest 1061, Anker köz 1–3.
ELTE BTK Jegyzetbolt – Budapest, Múzeum krt. 6-8.
Pécsi Tudományegyetem Jegyzetbolt – Pécs, Ifjúság útja 6.
(ELTÉ-s diákok kedvezményes áron vásárolhatják meg a kötetet a filmtanszék titkárságán Németh Zsuzsánál!) “Szerző a tükörben – Szerzőiség és önreflexió a filmművészetben” bővebben

Film in the Post-Media Age

(Edited by Ágnes Pető)
Ever since the centenary of cinema there have been intense discussions in the field of film studies about the imminent demise of the cinematic medium, endless articles championing the spirit of genuine cinephilia have proclaimed the death of classical cinema and mourned the end of an era, while new currents in media studies introduced such buzzwords into the discussions as “Film in the Post-Media Age” bővebben

A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas

(Edited by Anikó Imre)
A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas
 showcases twenty-five essays written by established and emerging film scholars that trace the history of Eastern European cinemas and offer an up-to-date assessment of post-socialist film cultures.
Showcases critical historical work and up-to-date assessments of post-socialist film cultures. “A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas” bővebben

Nitzan Ben Shaul: Cinema of Choice

Standard Hollywood narrative movies prescribe linear narratives that cue the viewer to expect predictable outcomes and adopt a closed state of mind. There are, however, a small number of movies that, through the presentation of alternate narrative paths, open the mind to thoughts of choice and possibility.
Through the study of several key movies for which this concept is central, such as Sliding Doors, Run Lola Run, “Nitzan Ben Shaul: Cinema of Choice” bővebben

Guido Heldt: Music and Levels of Narration in Film

Music and Levels of Narration in Film is the first book-length study to synthesize scholarly contributions toward a narrative theory of film music. Moving beyond the distinction between diegetic and nondiegetic music—or music that is not understood as part of a film’s “story world”—Guido Heldt systematically discusses music at different levels of narration, from the extrafictional to “focalizations” of subjectivity.  “Guido Heldt: Music and Levels of Narration in Film” bővebben

Robert A. Haller: Flesh Into Light: The Films of Amy Greenfield

Over her more than four-decade career, New York-based filmmaker, performer, and writer Amy Greenfield has achieved widespread critical acclaim for her genre-bending films which cross the boundaries of experimental film, video art, and multimedia performance—from her feature film, Antigone/Rites Of Passion, to her major new live multimedia work, Spirit in the Flesh. Exploring the dynamism of movement and the resilience of the human spirit,  “Robert A. Haller: Flesh Into Light: The Films of Amy Greenfield” bővebben

Queer Visibility in Post-socialist Cultures

(Edited by Nárcisz Fejes and Andrea Balogh)
Queer Visibility in Post-Socialist Cultures explores the public constructions of gay, lesbian, and queer identities, as well as ways of thinking about sexuality and gender, in post-socialist cultures across the European region formerly known as the Eastern bloc.
Featuring eleven essays by scholars and activist researchers focusing on Slovakia, “Queer Visibility in Post-socialist Cultures” bővebben

Cinema’s Alchemist: The Films of Péter Forgács

Péter Forgács, based in Budapest, is best known for his award-winning films built on home movies from the 1930s to the 1960s that document ordinary lives soon to intersect with offscreen historical events. Cinema’s Alchemist offers a sustained exploration of the imagination and skill with which Forgács reshapes such film footage, originally intended for private and personal viewing, into extraordinary films dedicated to remembering the past in ways that matter for our future. “Cinema’s Alchemist: The Films of Péter Forgács” bővebben