Examining European art films of the 1950s and 1960s, Mark Betz argues that it is time for film analysis to move beyond prevailing New Wave historiography. Remapping the practices and paradigms of film history, he calls into question the concept of national cinema and explores the largely neglected subjects of subtitling, dubbing, and art film coproductions.
Subjects: Film Studies
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