Table of contents for Irish national cinema / Ruth Barton.


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Irish National Cinema
Table of Contents (with word count)
Part One
From the silent era to the 1960s, an historical overview
Chapter One - Irish Cinema - National Cinema? (5,166 words) ........... 1
From nationalist politics to identity politics -conceptualizing Irish cinema.
Chapter Two - A Silent Revolution (10, 339 words) ......................... 21
The reception and making of Irish-themed films in Ireland and America before and 
immediately after the Easter Rising of 1916.
Chapter Three - Contested Images (15, 457 words) .......................... 61
Filmmaking and viewing in the early days of the Free State; immigrant narratives of 
exile and assimilation.
Chapter Four - Negotiating Modernisation (8, 874 words) ....................... 109
From World War II to the 1960s - the beginnings of an industry and the influence of 
John Ford.
Part Two
Issues and debates in contemporary Irish cinema
Chapter Five - Irish Independents (8, 802 words) ............................. 143
The emergence of a critical, independent cinema in the 1970s and 1980s.
Chapter Six - The Second Film Board Years (3, 892 words) .................. 177
The re-establishment of the Irish Film Board and its policies, 1993 to the present.
Chapter Seven - The Deflowering of Irish Cinema (7, 392 words)............ 195
Gender in contemporary Irish cinema.
Chapter Eight - Another Country (9,103 words) ................................. 222
The representation of history and the past.
Chapter Nine - From History to Heritage (3, 703 words) ........................ 256
Defining the Irish heritage film.
Chapter Ten - Northern Ireland (10, 904 words) ................................. 270
The Troubles and the peace process in indigenous and non-indigenous filmmaking.
Chapter Eleven - Inclusion/Exclusion/ Conclusion (5, 228 words)...............311
The regions and the margins in contemporary Irish filmmaking.
Appendix One (553 words) ............................................................332
Bibliography - (3, 371 words).........................................................335
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion pictures Ireland History