Table of contents for The cosmopolitan screen : German cinema and the global imaginary, 1945 to the present / edited by Stephan K. Schindler and Lutz Koepnick.

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Introduction: Against the Wall? The Global Imaginary of German Cinema
Stephan K. Schindler and Lutz Koepnick
Part 1: Postwar German Cinema Reconsidered: Far from Home
Gained in Translation: Exile Cinema and the Case of Billy Wilder
Gerd Gem¿nden
Convertible Provincialism: Heimat and Mobility in the 1950s
Johannes von Moltke
Colorful Worlds: The West German Revue Film of the 1950s
Sabine Hake
On Location: Das doppelte Lottchen, The Parent Trap, and Geographical Knowledge in the Age
of Disney
Joseph Loewenstein and Lynne Tatlock
Part 2: Reworking the National
The Mourning of Labor: Work in German Film in the Wake of the Really Existing Economic
John E. Davidson
Drums along the Amazon: The Rhythm of the Iron System in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo
Lilian Friedberg and Sara Hall
Somebody's Garbage: Depictions of Turkish Residents in 1990s German Film
Caryl Flinn
From Riefenstahl to Riemann: Revisiting the Question of Women's Cinema in the German
Hester Baer
Part 3: Afterimages of the Holocaust: A German Affair?
Judgment in the Twilight: German and American Courtroom Dramas and the Holocaust
Hanno Loewy
Displaced Images: The Holocaust in German Film
Stephan K. Schindler
An Icon between the Fronts: Vilsmaier's Recast Marlene
Eric Rentschler
Part 4: German Cinema and the Global Imaginary Today
Catholic Pictorialism: Religion as Style in the Films of Lars von Trier and Tom Tykwer
Gertrud Koch
The Politics of Contempt and the Ecology of Images: Michael Haneke's Code inconnu
Fatima Naqvi
Addressing the Global in Recent Nonfiction Film Production
Nora M. Alter
The New Media Artist and the Matrix: Telemediation and the Virtual World of Bj rn Melhus
Alice A. Kuzniar

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- Germany -- History.