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The ‘Travelling Invention’: New Practices of an Ancient Trade in Pippo Delbono’s Theatre digital
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Year: 2020
.This article proposes a “diffraction reading” that tackles one of the most successful and interesting theatrical experiences of the last decades in Europe, Pippo Delbono’s work, sing an evocative comparison with the professional way of life and trade of the Italian Commedia dell’Arte. There is no phylogenetic evolution from the old form, and Delbono’s performances are certainly not among the many contemporary works that found outright inspiration in what has become a‘mythical’ genre...
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From the West to the Kremlin and Back. The Development Paths of Foreign Products on Russian Television digital
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Year: 2020
In the last fifteen years, Russia has started renovating its television system: new channels were developed and compete directly with the major channels of the Public Broadcasting System. A large number of foreign television productions were included in the schedules of most channels, both free and pay. State-owned and commercial televisions are strongly differentiated by the content they broadcast...
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La mediatizzazione di un patrimonio immateriale mediante la fiction televisiva: come le serie francesi ritualizzano il vino digital
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Year: 2020
In France, wine has been considered a part of everyday life from a long time. It is a cultural object that builds an identity and an intangible heritage. This weighs on Occidental television as a pattern often to describe a typical ambience but also as a subject itself, almost a fictional character, even. This paper investigates French TV series, in order to analyse how wine is represented, how it stresses a cultural identity and a sense of belonging...
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Tra mito e serialità. I mutamenti del modello narrativo di Tex digital
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Year: 2020
The serialization of Tex Willer’s character is one of the longest-running devices in the Italian cultural industry. Linked to the comics media experience, Tex is a prototype of the renewal process of the imaginary and the national identity, started in the immediate post-war period by the socio-economic ferments of the Reconstruction...
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Social Celebrities digital
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Year: 2020
Over the last few years, attention to the concept of celebrity culture has grown exponentially both in the academic field and in the broader social and cultural context. The widespread diffusion of social media, nowadays considered an effective communicative habitat instead of the set of “new” means of communication, has brought out a phenomenology of celebrity, which includes different types of stars and celebrities...
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Un mondo diviso, un oggetto mancante digital
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Year: 2020
A careful reassessment of Fritz Lang’s use of cross-cutting in M. (1931) allows for three levels of analysis. The first, theoretical and methodological, shows how related frames can be construed, from a psychoanalytical perspective, as the relation between subject-object. A second and more critical reading, stemming from the first, highlights the problematic (and in some ways perverse) dynamics of yearning in post-war Germany...
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Atleta, divo e anti-eroe. Nuovi archetipi sportivi nel cinema italiano contemporaneo digital
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Year: 2019
The history of Italian cinema has taken inspiration from the coeval athletic culture, transforming its dynamics and values during the Twentieth and the current century. Starting from the latest series of Italian films about sports, the essay want to focus on three different kinds of sportsmen in the contemporary imaginary...
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Albert Camus e il teatro di un uomo in rivolta digital
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Year: 2019
In this paper we shall look Camus’ last text on dramatic art in order to introduce his most general thought about the deep and problematic relationship that exists between theatre, life and political action. Perché faccio teatro? [«Why do I deal with theatre?») is a speech that Camus prepared for a television broadcast transmitted on May 12 1959: the author not only explained where his profound passion for drama came from, but also explicitly answered critics who had accused him of backing out of his role of intellectual, due to his increasingly intensive engagement on the Parisian stages...
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