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The Europeanization of CinemaInterzones and Imaginative Communities$
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Randall Halle

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780252038457

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252038457.001.0001

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Interzone History

Interzone History

(p.56) Chapter 2 Interzone History
The Europeanization of Cinema

Randall Halle

University of Illinois Press

This chapter looks at the latter part of the nineteenth century when film makes its appearance, and at which point old multiethnic empires such as the Austro-Hungarian, the Russian, or the Ottoman competed with the colonial powers of France and Great Britain, and new rising powers like the German Empire, for world domination. The moving image that entered into the medial apparatus intimately connected to questions of nationalism and imperialism. The chapter focuses on the historical development of cinema from the early silent to early sound eras. It seeks to revise that history by considering the relationship of the cinematic apparatus to the imperial and national social configuration, while underscoring the production of interzones in those relationships.

Keywords:   film, Austro-Hungarian empire, Russian empire, Ottoman empire, German empire, nationalism, imperialism, silent films, sound films

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