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by Annette Kuhn

An Everyday Magic : Cinema and Cultural Memory (Cinema and Society) download ebook
ISBN:
1860648673
ISBN13:
978-1860648670
Author:
Annette Kuhn
Publisher:
Gardners Books (May 31, 2002)
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Pages:
232 pages
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1573 kb
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1698 kb
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Rating:
4.1

Exploring cinemagoing and cinema culture, this book considers the 1930s, when going to the . Time Out London "An Everyday Magic is a lovely oral history of 1930s cinema-going, when you could get into the pictures with a jam-jar a documentary begging to be filmed.

Exploring cinemagoing and cinema culture, this book considers the 1930s, when going to the pictures was everybody's favourite spare-time activity. From the familiar and magical surroundings of the picture houses themselves to the action and romance on the screen. Sight & Sound: "Kuhn is so honourable in her approach one eagerly awaits the sequel!"

The reference to 'everyday magic' in the title of Kuhn's book is apt, evoking as it does the pivotal role that cinema .

The reference to 'everyday magic' in the title of Kuhn's book is apt, evoking as it does the pivotal role that cinema played in the lives of ordinary people. As well as being a solid and complex academic study, the book renders the pleasures recalled by Kuhn's informants tangible. Each chapter is finely interwoven with historical fact, cultural and economic information, transcripts of informants' memories (both oral and written) and academic theory, and is written in a style that is at once tightly structured and anecdotal.

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insofar Annette Kuhn’s book ‘An Everyday Magic, Cinema and Cultural Memory’. 2002) fills a rather large gap. Kuhn explores how cinema-going affected people’s. everyday life and how the film text became part of people’s personal memory. in 1930s British society? Thanks to a project that involved hundreds of hours of interviews with people. who regularly went to ‘the pictures’ in the 1930s we learn the generation’s. memories and dreams that revolved around the cinema experience.

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Exploring cinemagoing and cinema culture, this book considers the 1930s, when going to the pictures was everybody's favourite spare-time activity

Exploring cinemagoing and cinema culture, this book considers the 1930s, when going to the pictures was everybody's favourite spare-time activity.

Exploring cinemagoing and cinema culture, this book considers the 1930s, when "going to the pictures" was everybody's favourite spare-time activity.

About the Author: Annette Kuhn is Emeritus Professor in Film Studies at Queen Mary University of London and a Fellow of the British Academy. Her books include Family Secrets: Acts of Memory and Imagination, The Oxford Dictionary of Film Studies (with Guy Westwell), and Little Madnesses: Winnicott, Transitional Phenomena and Cultural Experience. Bibliographic Details. Title: An Everyday Magic : Cinema and Cultural.

She is known for her work in screen studies, visual culture, film history and cultural memory. Kuhn earned a bachelor's degree in 1969 and master's degree in 1975 in Sociology at the University of Sheffield.

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An Everyday Magic : Cinema and Cultural Memory . Cinema & Society S. By (author) Annette Kuhn. Annette Kuhn is Emeritus Professor in Film Studies at Queen Mary University of London and a Fellow of the British Academy.