John Mowitt investigates the relationship between postcoloniality, national identity, ideology, and filmmaking. Using bilingualism and the concept of foreign film language, Re-takes pushes film studies beyond both linguistics and psychoanalysis to re-situate it within the networks of global cultural communication. Mowitt challenges film studies to reflect on the relation between its organizing analytical distinctions and its position within globalization.
Subjects: Film Studies
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