Table of contents for Landscape and film / edited by Martin Lefebvre.

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Landscape and Film
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Martin Lefebvre
Part one: Space, Setting, Landscape
1. The Invention of Place: Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub¿s Moses and Aaron
Jacques Aumont
2. Between Setting and Landscape in the Cinema
Martin Lefebvre
Part two: National Landscapes, Cultural Identities and Traditions
3. Toward a Genealogy of the American Landscape: Notes on Some Landscapes in Griffith (1908-1912)
Jean Mottet
4. The Course of the Empire: Sublime Landscapes in the American Cinema
Maurizia Natali
5. Asphalt Nomadism: the New Desert in Arab Independent Cinema
Laura Marks
6. The Inhabited View: Landscape in the Films of David Rimmer
Catherine Russell
7. Sites of Meaning: Gallipoli and other Mediterranean Landscapes in Amateur Films, c. 1928-1960
Heather Nicholson
8. The Presence (and Absence) of Landscape in Silent East Asian Films
Peter Rist
Part three: Early Film Landscapes
9. From Flatland to Vernacular Relativity: the Genesis of Early English Screenscapes
David B. Clarke & Marcus Doel
10. Landscape and Archive: Trips Around the World as Early Film Topic (1896 ¿ 1914)
Antonio Costa
Part four: Landscape auteurs
11. A Walk Through Heterotopia: Peter Greenaway¿s Landscapes by Numbers
Bridget Elliott & Anthony Purdy
12. Landscape and Perception: On Anthony Mann
Tom Conley
13. The Cinematic Void: Desert Iconographies in Michelangelo Antonioni¿s Zabriskie Point
Matthew Gandy
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion picture locations.
Landscape in motion pictures.