Год издания: 2003
Количество страниц: 224
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Book DescriptionEvolving rapidly from the movie screen to the television screen to the computer screen, video culture has blossomed from its origins as an obscure spin-off of the 1960s Anglo-American media culture into one of the leading art forms of thelate twentieth century. And as such, video culture has grown from being the dominion of small but dedicated cult followings to becoming a near mainstream cinematic interest. The World Is Watching: Video as Multinational Aesthetics, 1968?1995 explores the origins and implications of this powerful visual medium which crosses national, cultural, and political boundaries to present provocative tales of the highest quality. Dennis Redmond's probing study is rooted in close readings of three stylish and highly successful video efforts?The Prisoner (1967), The Decalogue (1988), and Neon Genesis: Evangelion (1995). Irish director and star Patrick McGoohan's classic science fiction vision, The Prisoner, established many of the...