Indian cinema in the time of celluloid : from Bollywood to the emergency

Level A JA791.43 /741962 Available
Level A JA791.43 /741962 Available
Level A JA791.43 /741962 Available
Full title: Indian cinema in the time of celluloid : from Bollywood to the emergency / Ashish Rajadhyaksha.
Main author: Rajadhyaksha, Ashish.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • 1. IntroductionPART I: THE 'CINEMA-EFFECT' OUTSIDE THE CINEMA: 'BOLLYWOOD' AND THE PERFORMING CITIZEN2. 'Bollywood' 2004: The Globalized Freak Show of what was Cinema; 3. When Was Bollywood?; 4. The 'Cinema-Effect': Cultural Rights Vs. The Production Of Authenticity; 5. Social Lineages of the Cinema-Effect: Demonstrating Spectatorial AbilityAfterword: Bollywood And The Cinema-Effect: A Concluding NotePART II: ADMINISTERING THE SYMBOLS OF AUTHENTICITY-PRODUCTION: THE CINEMA-EFFECT AND THE STATE - AND REVISITING A 1990s CONTROVERSY6. Administering the Symbols of Authenticity-Production; 7. 'You Can See Without Looking': The Cinematic 'Author' and Freedom Of Expression in the Cinema; 8. 'People-Nation' And Spectatorial Rights: The Political 'Authenticity-Effect', the Shiv Sena and a Very Bombay HistoryPART III: 1970S QUESTIONS: THE CINEMA-EFFECT, THE NATIONAL SYMBOLIC AND THE AVANT-GARDE9. The Nation Detours; 10. The Indian Emergency; 11. The Problem, and a 'Coproduction Of Modernities'; 12. 'Taking' The Shot': Alternative Beginnings To The Mechanism; 13. The Practice: Two Films And A Painting (1): Bhupen Khakhar's List; 14. The Practice: Two Films And A Painting (2): Mani Kaul And The 'Cinematic Object' - Uski Roti; 15. The Practice: Two Films And A Painting (3): Gautam Ghose's Maabhoomi, Territorial Realism And The 'Narrator'.