Neo Romantic Landscapes Offers A Reappraisal Of The 1940s Films Of Powell And Pressburger Focusing On Their Use Of Landscape Questioning The Established Notion That The Two Film Makers, Owing To Their Non British Personal Roots, Are Located As Un British And Other , Stella Hockenhull Draws A Correlation Between The Two Media Of Film And Painting To Suggest Otherwise Emphasising The Spiritual Aspects Of Landscape And Nature At A Time When The Experience And Imagery Of The War Years Generated A Particular Kind Of Affect Arising From The Aftermath Of Destruction, She Locates Powell And Pressburger S Wartime Films In Their Historical And Cultural Context, Notably Neo Romanticism By Offering A Close Analysis Of Films Such As A Canterbury Tale, I Know Where I M Going , Black Narcissus And Gone To Earth She Finds Similar Aesthetic Qualities In A Number Of British Landscape Paintings Executed Contemporaneously Drawing On Press Reviews For Contemporary Spectator Response, Neo Romantic Landscapes Offers A Redirection Of Film Studies, Foregrounding The Aesthetic Pleasures Of Cinema In Excess Of Narrative Plausibility, Thus Resituating Powell And Pressburger In The British Cultural Traditions Of The Visual Arts.
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- 220 pages
- Neo-romantic Landscapes: An Aesthetic Approach to the Films of Powell and Pressburger
- Stella Hockenhull
- 13 April 2018 Stella Hockenhull