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Monthly Archives: December, 2013

Cinepanettone – Memory

The cinepanettone and Italian Cinema Studies: a conversation with Alan O’Leary and Catherine O’Rawe Why the cinepanettone? AOL: In our polemic ‘Against realism’[1] we argued that Italian Cinema Studies has … Continue reading

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Cinepanettone- Academia

 The Showgirl Effect: Ageing between great beauties and ‘veline di turno’ by Danielle Hipkins (University of Exeter) Once we bring gender theory seriously into play in media criticism, it topples … Continue reading

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Cinepanettone – Critic’s corner

Cinepanettone and society by Luca Peretti (Yale University) In recent years, contemporary Italian cinema has received increasing attention. Despite being a filone (or sub-genre) that has been despised and hitherto … Continue reading

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Cinepanettone – Voices

Commedia all’italiana and the cinepanettone: ‘volgarità’, meat tins and quicksand by Natalie Fullwood (University of Leeds) A man and a woman are thrown around inside a giant tin of Montana … Continue reading

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