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Author Phillips, Alastair.

Title City of darkness, city of light : émigré filmmakers in Paris 1929-1939 / Alastair Phillips.

Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2004.


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Description 1 online resource (253 pages) : illustrations, portraits.
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Series Film culture in transition
Film culture in transition.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-241) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. The city in context -- 3. City of light -- 4. City of darkness -- 5. Divided city -- 6. Conclusion -- Appendices.
1. Introduction. Diversity and Exchange -- Rethinking the National in European Cinema -- Cinema and the City -- Paris and the 1930s -- Paris and French Cinema of the 1930s -- France and the Émigrés -- City of Darkness, City of Light -- 2. The City in Context. An Historical Ambivalence -- Modernity and the City -- National Boundaries and Early European Sound Cinema -- Paris as Staging Ground for the Early Sound Wars -- Berlin as Prestige Model and Place of Work for French Film Industry Professionals -- Patterns of Exile and Emigration in the Pre-Nazi Era: The Russians and their Relationships to Paris and Berlin -- Trade and Economic Emigration from Berlin to Paris before 1933 -- Case Study One: Anatole Litvak -- Case Study Two: Kurt Courant -- The Rise of the Nazis in Berlin and the Politics of Departure -- The Place of Jews in Paris -- Reception: The Émigrés' Arrival in Paris -- Reception: The French Film Industry -- Case Study Three: Erich Pommer -- Case Study Four: Robert Siodmak -- 3. City of Light. Paris as Spectacle -- Paris and the Spectacle of Entertainment -- Parisian Journeys Across Time and Space -- 4. City of Darkness. The Camera Goes Down the Streets: 'The Hidden Spirit Under the Familiar Façade' -- Framing the Urban Decor -- The Émigrés and Poetic Realism -- Spaces of Crime and Pleasure in the City of Darkness -- Parisian Journeys Between the Past and the Present -- 5. Divided City. The Divided City in Context -- Divided Characters, Divided City -- Journeys Across the Divided City -- 6. Conclusion -- Appendices. Tobis In Paris Filmography 1929-1939 -- Osso Filmography 1930-1939 -- Anatole Litvak Filmography 1930-1936 -- Kurt Courant Filmography 1929-1939 -- Erich Pommer French-Language Filmography 1930-1934 -- Robert Siodmak French-Language Filmography 1931-1939 -- Nero Films Filmography 1930-1939 -- La Crise est finie -- La Vie Parisienne -- Mauvaise graine -- Coeur de lilas -- Dans les rues -- Carrefour -- Pièges -- Liliom.
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Summary A ground-breaking study of the cinematic representation of Paris in the films of migr filmmakers who made it their first refuge from Hitler's Germany.
Subject Motion picture producers and directors -- France -- Paris.
Germans -- France -- Paris.
Producteurs et réalisateurs de cinéma -- France -- Paris.
Allemands -- France -- Paris.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Film & Video -- Reference.
The arts.
Film, TV and radio.
Germans. (OCoLC)fst00942100
Motion picture producers and directors. (OCoLC)fst01027225
France -- Paris. (OCoLC)fst01205283
Paris <Motiv>
Indexed Term Multi-User.
Genre/Form Electronic book.
Biographies. (OCoLC)fst01919896
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Phillips, Alastair. City of darkness, city of light. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2004 9053566333 (OCoLC)54464998
ISBN 0585498180 (electronic bk.)
9780585498188 (electronic bk.)
9789048505258 (electronic bk.)
9048505259 (electronic bk.)
9053566341 (paperback)
9789053566343 (paperback)
9789053566336 (hardback)
9053566333 (hardback)
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AU@ 000058146625
AU@ 000060044815
DEBBG BV044133653
DEBSZ 394028953
DEBSZ 412838729
GBVCP 100356898X
GBVCP 801116848
NZ1 11927437
NZ1 14935581
AU@ 000068749638

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