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Chaplin The Mirror Of Opinion

Author: David Robinson
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253211606
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Traces the life of Charlie Chaplin, discusses the development of his film career, and examines the critical responses to his movies

Footlights Rampenlicht

Author: Charlie Chaplin
Publisher: C. Bertelsmann Verlag
ISBN: 3641149835
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Der sensationelle Fund: Charlie Chaplins einziger Roman, erstmals veröffentlicht Über sechzig Jahre lang ruhte der Kurzroman Footlights, Charlie Chaplins einziges literarisches Vermächtnis, in den Archiven. Die Geschichte des alternden Clowns Calvero, der die lebensmüde Tänzerin Thereza bei sich aufnimmt, diente Chaplin als Grundlage für sein melancholisches Spätwerk Rampenlicht aus dem Jahr 1952. Der renommierte Chaplin-Biograf David Robinson hat dieses Werk nun erstmals der Öffentlichkeit zugänglich gemacht. In dem opulenten Bildband mit zahlreichen unveröffentlichten Fotos entwirft Robinson zudem ein faszinierendes Szenario rund um die Entstehung des Rampenlicht-Drehbuchs und zeigt auf, wie sehr sich Chaplin durch seine Kindheitserlebnisse im Umfeld der Londoner Music Halls und Varietés inspirieren ließ und dass er in der Figur des Clowns Calvero auch seine eigene Rolle als alternder Künstler reflektierte.

The Intimate Charlie Chaplin

Author: May Reeves
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786407354
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Robinson, which until now have also been difficult to obtain." "May Reeves first published her memoir in Paris in 1935."--BOOK JACKET.

Visual Culture

Author: John A. Walker
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719050206
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This book is about the expanding realm of visual culture: in architecture, art, design, advertising, photography, film, television, video, theatre performance, computer imagery and virtual reality. It is also about Visual Culture Studies, a relatively new academic discipline, or rather range of disciplines, that scholars employ to analyse visual artefacts. Unlike many other texts on the same subject, it foregrounds the ‘visual’ and is systematic and accessible. Visual culture provides an overview of the subject that pays heed to the achievements of both traditional and new theory whilst directing the reader to a large body of literature via references and an extensive bibliography. Walker and Chaplin discuss the concepts of ‘the visual’ and of ‘culture’ as well as the field and origins of Visual Culture Studies; coping with theory; models of production and consumption; institutions; pleasure; the canon and concepts of value; visual literacy and poetics; modes of analysis; culture and commerce; and new technologies. This book is designed for those studying the history and theory of fine arts, design and the mass media.

The Art Of Charlie Chaplin

Author: John Kimber
Publisher: Sheffield Academic Pr
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The Art of Charlie Chaplin is a plain-language critical survey of a great British artist. John Kimber sets Chaplin in the traditions of Shakespeare, of Dickens and George Eliot's Silas Marner. He enthusiastically argues for a genius in Chaplin that draws strength from theatrical and social traditions older than those of the cinema, using analysis, comparison and subtly chosen detail of movement, setting and sound. This is a book that newly opens up its subject. As the leading film critic and historian of British cinema Charles Barr says in his introduction, 'The Art of Charlie Chaplin cuts through the mass of stale ideas and judgments that have accumulated around the legendary figure of Chaplin.'

Charlie Chaplin S Techniques For The Creation Of Comic Effect In His Films

Author: Christian Hansmeyer
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638787192
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Essay from the year 1999 in the subject Film Science, grade: 1 (A), University of Portsmouth (School of Language and Area Studies), course: American Cinema Studies (Level 2/3), 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, comment: On what specific techniques does Chaplin rely for the creation of comic effect? Does one discern any development in the techniques he uses? Illustration with at least three of his films., abstract: Even more than a half century after his last appearance in the film Limelight (1952) and decades after his death in 1977, Charles Spencer Chaplin is one of the most famous characters and well-known actors of all times and is regarded as the greatest creative figure in the movies. Chaplin s capacity for comic invention and his high quality of film output are outstanding among the film producers of his time. His comedies and satires, most of them directed by Chaplin himself, used to amuse people all around the world and still make us laugh today. Apart from acting, directing and composing the music for his own films by himself, Chaplin developed his own techniques for the creation of comic effects, which can always be identified as his own style and is distinguished from those of other comedians of the twenties, for example Lloyd, Keaton or Langdon. This essay will focus on these techniques and their development during the career of Charlie Chaplin."

Charlie Chaplin

Author: Charlie Chaplin
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781578067022
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A definitive collection of interviews with Charlie Chaplin offers long, contemplative analyses of the man's life and work, as well as his thoughts on the craft of filmmaking, his methods of making movies, the characters he created, and more. Simultaneous.