The Cinema of Scandinavia

Editor
Tytti Soila

Publisher
Wallflower Press

Description

A new volume in the "Twenty-Four Frames" series that focuses on twenty-four key films from Scandinavia - Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Each of these national cinemas is able to boast directors of worldwide renown. Such as Ingmar Bergman, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Victor Sjvstrom and more contemporary film-makers such as Lukas Moodysson, Aki Kaurismdki and the co-founders of the Dogme 95 movement - Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg and Tomas Kragh-Jacobsen. This book looks at the impact that film-makers from this region have had on their national cinema and the world of film. This book explores in detail their styles, movements and influences.

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Details

  • Type:
    Anthology (peer reviewed)
  • Published:
    2005
  • Publisher:
  • Language:
    English
  • ISBN:
    1904764223
  • Edition:
    1st
  • Pages:
    274

About the Editor

Tytti Soila

Ph D in Cinema Studies 1991, Associate professor in 1993, Docent 2001 and Full professor in Cinema Studies in 2005. Vice Dean at the Faculty of Humanities, SU since 2012. Extensive studies on Nordic national cinemas and European popular culture pu... Read more

Reference

Soila, T. (ed.). (2005). The Cinema of Scandinavia. London: Wallflower Press.