Contemporary Irish film :
new perspectives on a national cinema /
Werner Huber, Seán Crosson (eds.).
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Wien : Braumüller, 2011.
Austrian studies in English ;
v. 102 ,
Includes bibliographical references.
Physical description: vii, 151 p. ; 24 cm.
Table of Contents:
- Contemporary Irish film : an introduction / Werner Huber, Seán Crosson
- Inventing the past : perspectives on How Harry became a tree / Tony Tracy
- Irish intolerance : exploring its roots in Irish cinema / Seán Crosson
- Migration and 'intercultural' cinema in Ireland : a new direction? / Agnes Kakasi
- The nephew, Irish jam, and The front line : black and mixed masculinities in Irish cinema / Zélie Asava
- Re-defining urban identities in contemporary Irish film(s) / Eduardo Barros Grela
- 'Once won't happen twice' : peripherality and equality as strategies for success in a low-budget Irish film / Neasa Hardiman
- The secret of Kells : Ireland's European identity in feature animation / Thomas Walsh
- Neil Jordan : superstition and religion / Ruth Barton
- Immersed in two traditions : the narratives of Adam & Paul, Garage, and Prosperity / Díóg O'Connell
- "If Irish cinema is going to be really great it has to stop worrying too much about being ''Irish cinema'" : Q&A with Lenny Abrahamson and Mark O'Halloran.