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Biltereyst, Daniel

Silencing Cinema

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Table of contents

1. Silencing Cinema: An Introduction
Daniel Biltereyst, Roel Vande Winkel

Part I. Censorship, Regulation, and Hegemony

2. All the Power of the Law: Governmental Film Censorship in the United States
Laura Wittern-Keller

3. “American morality is not to be trifled with”: Content Regulation in Hollywood after 1968
Jon Lewis

4. When Cinema Faces Social Values: One Hundred Years of Film Censorship in Canada
Pierre Véronneau

5. Inquisition Shadows: Politics, Religion, Diplomacy, and Ideology in Mexican Film Censorship
Francisco Peredo-Castro

Part II. Control, Continuity, and Change

6. Film Censorship in Germany: Continuity and Change through Five Political Systems
Martin Loiperdinger

7. Seeing Red: Political Control of Cinema in the Soviet Union
Richard Taylor

8. Prohibition, Politics, and Nation-Building: A History of Film Censorship in China
Zhiwei Xiao

9. Film Censorship during the Golden Era of Turkish Cinema
Dilek Kaya Mutlu

Part III. Colonialism, Legacy, and Policies

10. The Censor and the State in Britain
Julian Petley

11. British Colonial Censorship Regimes: Hong Kong, Straits Settlements, and Shanghai International Settlement, 1916–1941
David Newman

12. “We do not certify backwards”: Film Censorship in Postcolonial India
Nandana Bose

13. Irish Film Censorship: Refusing the Fractured Family of Foreign Films
Kevin Rockett

Part IV. Censorship Multiplicity,Moral Regulation, and Experiences

14. Nollywood, Kannywood, and a Decade of Hausa Film Censorship in Nigeria
Carmen McCain

15. The Legion of Decency and the Movies
Gregory D. Black

16. Blessed Cinema: State and Catholic Censorship in Postwar Italy
Daniela Treveri Gennari

17. Film Censorship in a Liberal Free Market Democracy: Strategies of Film Control and Audiences’ Experiences of Censorship in Belgium
Daniel Biltereyst

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Film History, Social History, Film and Television Studies, Cultural History, Arts, Media Studies

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Global Cinema
Page amount
330 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137061980
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-34081-7

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