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  • 1
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    Online Resource
    Nachgewiesen 10.2006 -
    Institution(s): Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
    Title: Auftakt
    Subtitle: Zeitschrift der Hochschule für Musik und Theater München für Hochschulangehörige, Freunde und Alumni
    Publisher(s): München
    Published Volumes: Nachgewiesen 10.2006 -
    Frequency: Erscheint jährlich zu Beginn des Sommersemesters
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: Online-Ressource
    Parallel edition(s): Druckausg.: Auftakt: München, 1999-
    Footnote: Gesehen am 07.12.2020
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  • 2
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    2021
    Title: Kubrick's Men
    Publisher(s): New York, NY : Fordham University Press
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: 1 online resource (288 p.) 44
    ISBN (invalid): 9780823293902
    Identifier: 10.1515/9780823293902
    Subject(s): PERFORMING ARTS
    Abstract: A provocative re-reading of Stanley Kubrick’s work and its focus on masculine desireThe work of Stanley Kubrick amounts to a sustained reflection on the male condition: past, present, and future. The persistent theme of his filmmaking is less violence or sex than it is the pressurized exertion of masculinity in unusual or extreme circumstances, where it may be taxed or exaggerated to various effects, tragic and comic—or metamorphosed, distorted, and even undone.The stories that Kubrick’s movies tell range from global nuclear politics to the unpredictable sexual dynamics of a marriage; from a day in the life of a New York City prizefighter preparing for a nighttime bout to the evolution of humankind. These male melodramas center on sociality and asociality. They feature male doubles, pairs, and rivals. They explore the romance of men and their machines, and men as machines. They figure intensely conflicted forms of male sexual desire. And they are also very much about male manners, style, taste, and art.Examining the formal, thematic, and theoretical affiliations between Kubrick’s three bodies of work—his photographs, his documentaries, and his feature films—Kubrick’s Men offers new vantages on to the question of gender and sexuality, including the first extended treatment of homosexuality in Kubrick’s male-oriented work
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  • 3
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    2021
    Person(s): Rolef, Naomi
    Title: Framing the Sex Scene: A New Take on Israeli Film History
    Publisher(s): Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: 1 online resource (XIV, 284 p.)
    Collective title(s): Cinepoetics – English edition ; 8
    Thesis: PhD , Freie Universität Berlin , 2018
    ISBN (invalid): 9783110694741
    Identifier: 10.1515/9783110694741
    Parallel edition(s): 978-3-11-069479-6
    978-3-11-069362-1
    Subject(s): PERFORMING ARTS
    Abstract: This book retells the history of Israeli film in the 1960s and 1970s in sex scenes. Through close readings of the first sex scenes in mainstream Israeli movies from this period, it explores the cultural and social contexts in which these movies were made. More specifically, it discusses how notions of collective identity, individual agency, and the public and private spheres are inscribed into and negotiated in sex scenes, especially in light of the historical events that marked these decades. This study thus pushes away from the traditional academic perception of Israeli film and opens up new ways of understanding how it has developed in recent decades. It draws on a growing international body of academic literature on the cinematic representation of sex in order to illuminate the particularities of the Israeli context in the 1960s and 1970s. Apart from film scholars and scholars of Israeli film, this study also addresses readers interested in Israeli cultural history more broadly
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  • 4
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    2nd edition 2021
    ISBN: 9780367817077  ISBN: 0367817071  ISBN: 9781000190366  ISBN: 1000190366  ISBN: 9781000190373  ISBN: 1000190374  ISBN: 9781000190359  ISBN: 1000190358  ISBN: 9781315691336  ISBN: 1315691337 
    Title: Marketing strategy for the creative and cultural industries
    Edition: 2nd edition
    Publisher(s): Routledge
    Year of publication: 2021
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780367817077 , 0367817071 , 9781000190366 , 1000190366 , 9781000190373 , 1000190374 , 9781000190359 , 1000190358 , 9781315691336 , 1315691337
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis Ende April 2021
    Abstract: "Developing and executing marketing strategies is a vital aspect of any business and few books currently cover this with relation to creative industries. This textbook provides students and managers in the creative industries with a solid grounding in how to maximize the impact of their marketing efforts across a range of business types in the creative and cultural industries The author, an experienced cultural marketing educator, provides sector-contextual understanding to illuminate the field by: taking a strategic approach to developing marketing plans bringing together strategic planning, market research, goal setting, and marketing theory and practice explaining how content marketing on social media encourages a relationship with consumers so that they co-promote the creative product With a range of learning exercises and real-life examples throughout, this text shows students how to create successful marketing plans for their creative businesses. This refreshed edition is a valuable resource for students and tutors of creative, cultural and arts marketing worldwide"--
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  • 5
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    Online Resource
    2021
    Person(s): Miller, D. A.
    Title: Second Time Around
    Subtitle: From Art House to DVD
    Publisher(s): New York, NY : Columbia University Press
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: 1 online resource 117 b&w film stills
    ISBN (invalid): 9780231551397
    Identifier: 10.7312/mill19558
    Abstract: The art houses and cinema clubs of his youth are gone, but the films that D. A. Miller discovered there in the 1960s and ’70s are now at his fingertips. With DVDs and streaming media, technology has turned the old cinematheque’s theatrical offerings into private viewings that anyone can repeat, pause, slow, and otherwise manipulate at will.In Second Time Around, Miller seizes this opportunity; across thirteen essays, he watches digitally restored films by directors from Mizoguchi to Pasolini and from Hitchcock to Honda, looking to find not only what he first saw in them but also what he was then kept from seeing by quick camerawork, normal projection speed, missing frames, or simple censorship. At last he has an unobstructed view of the gay leather scene in Cruising, the expurgated special effects in The H-Man, and the alternative ending to Vertigo. Now he can pursue the finer details of Chabrol’s debt to Hitchcock, Visconti’s mystificatory Marxism, or the unemotive emotion in Godard.Yet this recaptured past is strangely disturbing; the films and the author have changed in too many ways for their reunion to be like old times. The closeness of Miller’s attention clarifies the painful contradictions of youth and decline, damaged prints and flawless restorations
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  • 6
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    Online Resource
    2021
    Title: The Movie Musical
    Publisher(s): New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: 1 online resource (110 p.)
    Collective title(s): Quick Takes: Movies and Popular Culture
    ISBN (invalid): 9781978803824
    Identifier: 10.36019/9781978803824
    Abstract: The movie musical is often regarded as a classic Hollywood genre whose heyday was long in the past. In reality, however, musicals remain a vital part of both Hollywood and world cinema, and the genre continues to evolve in fascinating ways. Spotlighting iconic musicals like Singin' in the Rain and La La Land alongside smaller films like La Bamba, Once, and Dancer in the Dark, this book demonstrates the flexibility and durability of the genre, as it takes steps to preserve its relevance for new generations and new cultures. Putting Asian and European movie musicals in conversation with their Hollywood counterparts, it examines how the genre references its own history while mediating between a nostalgic impulse and an embrace of new technologies. It also challenges stereotypes of the musical as merely a form of escapism by examining how many of these films engage with social issues and foreground the experiences of women, immigrants and people of color. This broad-ranging study of the genre helps to explain why the movie musical still gets audiences across the world tapping their feet and singing along
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  • 7
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    First edition 2021
    ISBN: 9780429575136 (electronic bk.)  ISBN: 0429575130 (electronic bk.) 
    Person(s): Wenley, James
    Title: Aotearoa New Zealand in the global theatre marketplace
    Subtitle: travelling theatre
    Edition: First edition
    Publisher(s): Routledge
    Year of publication: 2021
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780429575136 (electronic bk.) , 0429575130 (electronic bk.)
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis Ende April 2021
    Abstract: "Aotearoa New Zealand in the Global Theatre Marketplace is a case study of how work from one nation has attempted to tour, represent and market itself in the global theatre industry. Against challenging market conditions, how has theatre from Aotearoa New Zealand attempted to stand out, differentiate itself, and get seen by audiences overseas? Aotearoa New Zealand will primarily focus on examples of New Zealand theatrical work toured and performed internationally under the accelerated globalised conditions over the last thirty years. The analysis of specific plays and productions will be used to develop two main conceptual areas. The first is the negotiation of international theatrical marketplaces by non-local work and companies The second primary conceptual concern is the negotiation of national and cultural identity in the performance and reception of theatrical works.In following New Zealand theatre overseas, this book aims to give an outsider insight into a range of geographic theatrical marketplaces, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, London, North America, Asia and the Pacific Arts Festivals. Ultimately, James Wenley's study will raise questions about the mobility/portability of theatre, and the potential of theatre to be a means for cross-cultural conversation and understanding for audiences to see the lives of others onstage, and find resonances within their own contexts"--
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  • 8
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    2021
    ISBN: 9781000077322  ISBN: 1000077322  ISBN: 9780429294198  ISBN: 0429294190  ISBN: 9781000077315  ISBN: 1000077314  ISBN: 9781000077308  ISBN: 1000077306 
    Title: Dynamic cartography
    Subtitle: body, architecture, and performative space
    Publisher(s): Routledge
    Year of publication: 2021
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781000077322 , 1000077322 , 9780429294198 , 0429294190 , 9781000077315 , 1000077314 , 9781000077308 , 1000077306
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis Ende April 2021
    Abstract: Dynamic Cartography analyses the works of Rudolf Laban, Lawrence Halprin, Anne Bogart, Adolphe Appia, Cedric Price, Joan Littlewood, and Hlio Oiticica. They are practitioners who have worked on different areas of enquiry from the existing relations between body and space through movement, events, or actions but whose work has never been presented from this perspective or in this context. The work and methodologies set up by these practitioners enable us to develop a practice-based exploration. Some of the experimentsin the book - Micro-actions I and II- explore the presence of the body in the space. In Kinetography I and II, Laban's dance notation system - kinetography - is used to create these dynamic cartographies. Kinetography III proposes the analysis of an urban public space through the transcription of the body movement contained on it. The series Dynamic Cartographies I, II, and III analyses movement in geometrically controlled spaces through the Viewpoints techniques by Anne Bogart. Finally, Wooosh! and Trellick Tales present two projects in which performance is applied in order to analyse and understand urban and architectural space
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  • 9
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    Online Resource
    2021
    ISBN: 9781003005377  ISBN: 1003005373  ISBN: 9781000262353  ISBN: 1000262359  ISBN: 9781000262452  ISBN: 1000262456  ISBN: 9781000262407  ISBN: 1000262405 
    Contributer: Harris, Anne M. , Holman Jones, Stacy Linn
    Title: Affective movements, methods and pedagogies
    Publisher(s): Routledge
    Year of publication: 2021
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9781003005377 , 1003005373 , 9781000262353 , 1000262359 , 9781000262452 , 1000262456 , 9781000262407 , 1000262405
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis Ende April 2021
    Abstract: "What are the possibilities for understanding the role of performance in emerging theories such as affect, new materialism, posthumanism and post-qualitative research? Building on the idea that the power of theatre and performance lies in its ability to move beyond its own influence and traditional research paradigms, this edited text is concerned with not only the methods but also the theoretics of affect and performance. The chapters include work that models theoretical practices in the writing, and demonstrates how theorising affect and its qualitative research methods is itself a performative practice"--
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  • 10
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    Online Resource
    2021
    ISBN: 9780429594861  ISBN: 0429594860  ISBN: 9780429059773  ISBN: 0429059779  ISBN: 9780429596155  ISBN: 0429596154  ISBN: 9780429593574  ISBN: 0429593570 
    Title: Creating verbatim theatre from oral histories
    Publisher(s): Routledge
    Year of publication: 2021
    Document type: Online Resource
    ISBN: 9780429594861 , 0429594860 , 9780429059773 , 0429059779 , 9780429596155 , 0429596154 , 9780429593574 , 0429593570
    Terms of use: Vorläufiger Zugriff bis Ende April 2021
    Abstract: Offering a roadmap for practicing verbatim theatre (plays created from oral histories), this book outlines theatre processes through the lens of oral history and draws upon oral history scholarship to bring best practices from that discipline to theatre practitioners. This book opens with an overview of oral history and verbatim theatre, considering the ways in which existing oral history debates can inform verbatim theatre processes and highlights necessary ethical considerations within each field, which are especially prevalent when working with narrators from marginalised communities. It provides a step-by-step guide to creating plays from interviews and contains practical guidance for determining the scope of a theatre project: identifying narrators and conducting interviews, developing a script from excerpts of interview transcripts and outlining a variety of ways to create verbatim theatre productions. By bringing together this explicit discussion of oral history in relationship to theatre based on personal testimonies, the reader gains insight into each field and the close relationship between the two. Supported by international case studies that cover a wide range of working methods and productions, including The Laramie Project and Parramatta Girls, this is the perfect guide for oral historians producing dramatic representations of the material they have sourced through interviews, and for writers creating professional theatre productions, community projects or student plays
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