Entertaining German culture : contemporary transnational television and film /

"Audiences for contemporary German film and television are becoming increasingly transnational, and depictions of German cultural history are moving beyond the typical post-war focus on German's problematic past. Entertaining German Culture explores this radical shift, building on recent r...

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Other Authors: Ehrig, Stephan (Professor of German) (Editor), Schaper, Benjamin, 1988- (Editor), Ward, Elizabeth (Lecturer) (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Berghahn Books, 2023.
Series:Film Europa ; v. 27.
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Table of Contents:
  • The new German television and the newer German film: a history of industry disruption and synergy / Randall Halle
  • Reenacting propaganda: Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds and the anti-Nazi war film / A. Dana Weber
  • From Shakespeare to Goethe: German golden age literature and silver screen literacy in trans/national times / Bridget Levine-West
  • Deterritorializing the Stasi in Deutschland 83/86/89 / Elizabeth Ward
  • History in the mainstream: Charité / Carol Anne Costabile-Heming
  • Mapping Berlin: space, trauma, and transnationalism in Dominik Graf's Im Angesicht des Verbrechens and the Wachowski's Sense8 / Felipe Espinoza Garrido
  • Producing denationalizing television: the Netflixization of the new Berlin city genre in Dogs of Berlin / Benjamin Nickl
  • Now mainstreaming: queer phenomenology, techno, and the transnational in Beat and Futur Drei / Tom Smith
  • Looking into the abyss: the transnational puzzle in Dark / Lorena Silos Ribas.