Performing Femininity : Woman As Performer in Pre-revolutionary Cinema
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Yayıncı I.B. Tauris ( 09 / 2015 ) ISBN 9781784531591 | Ciltli | 13,97x22,22x2,54 cm. | İngilizce | 272 Sayfa | Türler Sinema İnceleme | Sinema | Toplumsal Cinsiyetler
Oriental dancers, ballerinas, actresses and opera singers—the figure of the female performer is ubiquitous in the cinema of pre-Revolutionary Russia. From the first feature film, Romashkov's Stenka Razin (1908), through the sophisticated melodramas of the 1910s, to Viskovsky's The Last Tango (1918), made shortly before the pre-Revolutionary film industry was dismantled by the new Soviet government, the female performer remains central. In this groundbreaking new study, Rachel Morley argues that early Russian film-makers used the character of the female performer to explore key contemporary concerns from changing conceptions of femininity and the emergence of the so-called New Woman, to broader questions concerning gender identity. Morley also reveals that the film-makers repeatedly used this archetype of femininity to experiment with cinematic technology and develop a specific cinematic language.