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This book explores the ideas of the neglected English aesthetician and art historian, Adrian Stokes. Stokes's Kleinian-based concepts of carving and modelling are analyzed in relation to film, arguing that they replace the traditional notions of realism and montage in film theory and provide a set of aesthetics which encompasses mainstream and "art" cinema. This Kleinian psychoanalytic approach is applied to the films of Eisenstein, Rossellini, Hitchcock and others.
|Representation, Expression And Phantasy|
|Representation, Depiction and Portrayal in Film|
|Expression, Projection and Style in Film Phantasy|
|Adrian Stokes - Carving and Modelling|
|Stokes: The Carving and Modelling Modes|
|A Stokesian and Kleinian Interpretation|
|Montage and Realism in Film|
|The Carving Mode: Rossellini, Antonioni and Dreyer|
|Montage and Modelling Values: Eisenstein Carving|
|Values and John Ford|
|Modelling Values and Alfred Hitchcock|
|Modelling in Light and Dark|
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Series: Language, Discourse, Society
Number Of Pages: 252
Published: 1st October 2004
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1