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2017 | 65 | 4 | 331 – 344
Article title

PREVTELENIE ANIMOVANÉHO FILMU

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Title variants
EN
Reincarnation of animated film
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
Throughout its entire history, Slovak animated film has had the form of figurative narrative art or craft. For this reason, the author of this study examines its post-1989 development through the prism of the body. Since the most visible change that has affected contemporary film aesthetics is the feminization of animated film in terms of authorship, the study primarily focuses on the ability of an animated body to represent gender and gender roles. It attempts to capture the most significant changes in the depiction of the body in authorial animated film before and after 1989, in more detail record the post-revolution changes in the body, and relate this to the changes in the institutional background of animated film. Animated bodies have developed from “ordinary people” from a dominant male point of view in socio-critical socialist production through female characters in interaction with clearly distinguished male characters in the films of female authors from the Academy of Performing Arts, the crisis of stereotypical masculinity in the production of male authors to independent women looking for their own identity inside themselves, without relating themselves to their male counterparts.
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Year
Volume
65
Issue
4
Pages
331 – 344
Physical description
Contributors
  • Filmová a televízna fakulta VŠMU, Ventúrska 3, 811 01 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, citarka@gmail.com
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Publication order reference
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