Dante, Cinema & Television

IANNUCCI, Amilcare A., (ed.). Dante, Cinema & Television. Edited by Amilcare A. Iannucci. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2004). Pp. (4),[v]-xviii,(2),[3]-245,(1). With a couple of black and white illustrations. 8vo, red cloth with black lettering to front and spine. A volume in the Toronto Italian Studies series. Contents: 1. Iannucci's "Dante and Hollywood"; 2. John P. Welle's "Early Cinema, Dante's Inferno of 1911, and the Origins of Italian Film Culture"; 3. Vittoria Colonnese Benni's "The Helios-Psiche DanteTrilogy"; 4. Marguerite R. Waller's "Back to the Future: Dante and the Lan guages of Post-war Italian Film"; 5. Gabrielle Lesperance's "Beginning to Think about Salo"; 6. Victoria Kirkham's "The Off-Screen Landscape: Dante's Ravenna and Antonioni's Red Desert"; 7. Dennis Looney's "Spencer Williams and Dante: An African-American Filmmaker at the Gates of Hell"; 8. Andrew Taylor's "Television, Translation, and Vulgarization: Reflections on Phillips' and Greenaway's A TV Dante"; 9. Patrick Rumble's "Dopo Tanto Veder: Pasolini's Dante after the Disappearance of the Fireflies"; 10. Guido Fink's "Non Senti Come Tutto Questo Ti Assomiglia? Fellini's Infernal Circles"; 11. John Tulk's "Dante and Canadian Cinema"; 12. Bart Testa's "Dante and Cinema:Film across the Chasm"; 13. Rino Caputo's "Dante by Heart and Dante Declai med: The Realization of the Comedy on Italian Radio and Television". Very good. 32.50

Title: Dante, Cinema & Television

Author Name: IANNUCCI, Amilcare A., ed. DANTE Alighieri Toronto Italian Studies series)

Categories: 41,

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:0802086012:

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