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  • L'écran démoniaue Les influences de Max Reinhart et de l'Expressionnisme
  • Lotte H. Eisner
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  • 08 March 2017
  • 9780520024793

10 thoughts on “L'écran démoniaue Les influences de Max Reinhart et de l'Expressionnisme

  1. says:

    Another book read for my Weimar Cinema class Almost an unsettling detachment from plots and a focus purely on aesthetics permeates this page Like Kracauer Eisner occasionally mentions films that aesthetically predict Nazi style but no

  2. says:

    Lotte Eisner's great book length study on German Expressionist films She has the final word with respect to this subject Hell she knew these people as well

  3. says:

    Twenty five years ago I took a film theory class as part of my college degree and was given a list of 9 books as reuired reading Surprisingly I got an A for the class despite not reading any of them I tried to start reading one or two of the books but the subject matter was far too abstract for me to care about Over time I gave all

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    This is a rather essential guide to German Expressionism Seeing as Eisner was in Germany when these films were being made and was still in contact with some of the filmmakers while writing this book there is an invaluable insight into the psychology and production of films which otherwise feel incredibly distant even in the best history books The historical aspect is certainly the most interesting part espec

  5. says:

    German Expressionist cinema is one of my favorite styles which was most prevalent in the 1920's Eisner's examination of this and th

  6. says:

    i do love how eisner thinks caligari is the most overrated movie of all time

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    I’ve been reading Lotte Eisner’s The Haunted Screen which is regarded as one of the greatest books of film criticism It’s about German cinema in the 1920s and especially about the German films in the Expressionist style She points out that the roots Expressionist film did not magically come into being with Robert Wiene’s great 1919 film The Cabinet of Dr Caligari The roots of Expressionism can be traced back at least as far as Paul

  8. says:

    The first major books on Expressionist cinema in Germany and it remains pretty much the undisputed Bible on the

  9. says:

    I understand that The Haunted Screen is basically the definitive account of German Expressionism and I can see why that is so Eisner's book is interesting and very intelligent She talks about a wide variety of films some readily available Metropolis M Nosferatu eine Symphonie des Grauens and some that she might very well be making up except there are film stills to prove it so never mind Anyway they are currently obscure is what

  10. says:

    Great insight into German Expressionist Film

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L'écran démoniaue Les influences de Max Reinhart et de l'Expressionnisme

Ist writings It discusses the influence of the theatre the handling of crowds the use of different levels and of démoniaue Les influences MOBI #241 selective lighting on a predominately dark stage the reliance on formalized gesture the innovation of the intimate theatre Against this background the principal films of the period are examined in detail The author explains the key critical concepts of the time and surveys not only démoniaue Les influences de Max MOBI #224 the work of. This is a rather essential guide to German Expressionism Seeing as Eisner was in Germany when these films were being made and was still in contact with some of the filmmakers while writing this book there is an invaluable insight into the psychology and production of films which otherwise feel incredibly distant even in the best history books The historical aspect is certainly the most interesting part especially when Eisner dives into the German Psychology which inspired Expressionism s darkness Towards the end however the book essentially turns into a collection of reviews While this does get rather dry especially as someone who is yet to see many of these films there is still valuable criticism there which I would likely enjoy if I were familiar with the subject matter As it stands I was able to make a pretty decent list of films to look out for

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About the Author: Lotte H. Eisner

She was born Lotte Henriette Eisner Les influences Epub â in Berlin as a daughter of a Jewish merchant and his wife After studies in Berlin and Munich from she worked as a theater and film critic for German newspapers Among others she wrote for Film Kurier L'écran démoniaue Epub / a daily film newspaper published in BerlinIn she fled from Germany to France to avoid the rising anti Jewish persecution by the Nazis During World W.