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 Michael Richardson (with Jennifer Kapczynski) has recently edited A New History of German Cinema, a dynamic, event-centered anthology covering the hundred-year history of German-language film.

  Each of the more than eighty essays takes a key date as its starting point and explores its significance for German film history. While the essays offer a good measure of temporal and topical spread, this book places greater emphasis on the rewards yielded through the juxtaposition of famous and unknown stories and an attention to a wide range of cinematic events. This constellation challenges unidirectional narratives of German film history and charts new ways of thinking about the writing of film historiography more broadly.

Michael Richardson (Modern Languages and Literatures) publishes history of German cinema | 0 Comments |
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