OD ŽÁNROVÉ TERMINOLOGIE K SOCIOKULTURNÍMU FENOMÉNU. MULTIDISKURZIVNÍ OBRAZ POPULÁRNÍCH ŽÁNRŮ V ITALSKÉ KINEMATOGRAFII 60. A 70. LET – 1. ČÁST
From the genre terminology to a sociocultural phenomenon. A multidiscoursive image of popular genres in Italian cinema - 1960s and 1970s – Part I
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The study examines popular genres in Italian cinema of 1960s and 1970s as a sociocultural phenomenon in the context of cultural background and film industry. The text is structured as interdisciplinary interpretation and explores the theme in the level of textual and inter-textual analysis. It includes wide framework of various aspects related to questions of the subject of study. It examines also Italian genre terminology and titles of some films that belong to popular cycles and series of concrete genres. It demonstrates that interests and intentions of filmmakers, producers, distributors and the audience with regard to film genres are absolutely different. The text is based on methodological approach of interdisciplinary conception of history of Italian cinema that was elaborated by film historian and theorist Gian Piero. The first part of the study is focused on two Italian genres: peplo or storico-mitologico (in the foreign context, the genre is known as peplum or sword and sandals) and western all‘italiana (in popular and academic writing about cinema known also as spaghetti-western).
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