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Mif na ekrane rannego kinematografa


Burenina, Olga (2016). Mif na ekrane rannego kinematografa. In: Suchovej, Daria. Podrobnosti slovesnosti. Sbornik statej k jubileju L.V. Zubovoj. Sankt-Peterburg: Svoje izdatel'stvo, 61-70.

Abstract

Representation of the mythological model of the world in an early cinematographic art is analyzed in the article. It is shown, that a myth comes on screens in the process of adaptation of literature to the cinematography. A mythological orientation in the cinema began with the films of Georges-Jean Méliès and developed in the first science fiction films from Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevic, Vasilij Goncarov and others.

Abstract

Representation of the mythological model of the world in an early cinematographic art is analyzed in the article. It is shown, that a myth comes on screens in the process of adaptation of literature to the cinematography. A mythological orientation in the cinema began with the films of Georges-Jean Méliès and developed in the first science fiction films from Fritz Lang, Vladislav Starevic, Vasilij Goncarov and others.

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Item Type:Book Section, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Slavonic Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:490 Other languages
410 Linguistics
Language:Russian
Date:2016
Deposited On:27 Dec 2016 07:50
Last Modified:27 Dec 2016 07:50
Publisher:Svoje izdatel'stvo
ISBN:978-5-4386-1154-7

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