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by Steven Jacobs

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ISBN:
0748640177
Author:
Steven Jacobs
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (June 13, 2011)
Pages:
224 pages
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1752 kb
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1575 kb
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Series: Edinburgh Studies in Film and Intermediality. Paperback: 224 pages.

Series: Edinburgh Studies in Film and Intermediality.

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Edinburgh Studies in Film and Intermediality. Film and the Visual Arts. Published June 2011 (Hardback). Published August 2012 (Paperback). Illustrated throughout, Jacobs' study of the presence of art in film, alongside the omnipresence of the filmic image in today's art museums, is an engaging work for students and scholars of film and art alike.

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He explores how this 'mobilization' of the artwork is brought into play in art documentaries and artist biopics, as well as in feature films containing key scenes situated in museums.

Das Bildnis im Film (2003), Susan Felleman’s Art in the Cinematic Imagination (2006) and Steven Jacobs’s Framing Pictures. Film and the Visual Arts (2011), and older studies by Thomas Elsaesser, Angela Dalle Vacche, Felleman and the author. Photographers have turned to the style and iconography of the established genres of cinema as a means of reinventing the pictorial form of the tableau and thereby to explore the possibilities of narrativity within the static image.

Series: Edinburgh Studies in Film. Published by: Edinburgh University Press. Documentary explorations of art and artists can be found early in film history.

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The series’ internationally respected authors contribute analytical and often controversial volumes, offering a critical intervention in their subject. Framing Pictures is a welcome, major addition to the literature on the relationships between film and the other visual arts.

Framing Pictures is a welcome, major addition to the literature on the relationships between film and the other visual arts. Lucid, thorough, and wide-ranging, it is the work of a scholar both deeply grounded in the histories of art and cinema and current with contemporary art and critical discourses. Jacobs covers the entire intermedial territory, balancing wonderfully succinct overviews with close consideration of art documentaries, artist biopics, tableaux vivants, film stills, and the cinematic turn in contemporary art.

Through the feature films and documentaries of directors including Emmer, Erice, Godard, Hitchcock, Pasolini, Resnais, Rossellini and Storck, Jacobs examines the way films 'animate' artworks by means of cinematic techniques, such as camera movements and editing, or by integrating them into a narrative.He explores how this 'mobilization' of the artwork is brought into play in art documentaries and artist biopics, as well as in feature films containing key scenes situated in museums. The tension between stasis and movement is also discussed in relation to modernist cinema, which often includes tableaux vivants combining pictorial, sculptural and theatrical elements. This tension also marks the aesthetics of the film still, which have inspired prominent art photographers such as Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall.Illustrated throughout, Jacobs' study of the presence of art in film, alongside the omnipresence of the filmic image in today's art museums, is an engaging work for students and scholars of film and art alike.