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Film Festival Yearbook 2: film festivals and imagined communities

Film Festival Yearbook 2: film festivals and imagined communities
Film Festival Yearbook 2: film festivals and imagined communities
The second volume in the Film Festival Yearbook series brings together essays about festivals that use international cinema to mediate the creation of transnational 'imagined communities'.

There are texts about the cultural policies and funding models linked to these festivals, as well as analysis of programming practices linked to these often highly politicised events. The case studies discuss diaspora-linked festivals that take place in Vienna, San Francisco, San Sebastian, Havana, Bradford, Sahara, South Korea and London and that feature cinema from places as diverse as Nepal and Kurdistan, Africa and Latin America.

The Resources section features an up-to-date bibliography on film festival scholarship and an extensive thematically-organised listing of a variety of transnational festivals.
978-0-9563730-1-4
St Andrews Film Studies
Iordanova, Dina
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Cheung, Ruby
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Iordanova, Dina
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Cheung, Ruby
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Iordanova, Dina and Cheung, Ruby (eds.) (2010) Film Festival Yearbook 2: film festivals and imagined communities , Saint Andrews, GB. St Andrews Film Studies, 286pp.

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Abstract

The second volume in the Film Festival Yearbook series brings together essays about festivals that use international cinema to mediate the creation of transnational 'imagined communities'.

There are texts about the cultural policies and funding models linked to these festivals, as well as analysis of programming practices linked to these often highly politicised events. The case studies discuss diaspora-linked festivals that take place in Vienna, San Francisco, San Sebastian, Havana, Bradford, Sahara, South Korea and London and that feature cinema from places as diverse as Nepal and Kurdistan, Africa and Latin America.

The Resources section features an up-to-date bibliography on film festival scholarship and an extensive thematically-organised listing of a variety of transnational festivals.

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Published date: 2010
Organisations: Film

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Local EPrints ID: 382735
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/382735
ISBN: 978-0-9563730-1-4
PURE UUID: 0b2cddd3-c736-4443-ad31-b1fa0291f098
ORCID for Ruby Cheung: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9652-7573

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Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:20

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