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2015 | 89-90 Redefinicje klasyki | 175-188
Article title

Wobec kanonu. Współczesny film niemiecki wobec tradycji Nowego Kina Niemieckiego

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In View of the Canon. The Contemporary German Film in Relation to the Tradition of the New German Cinema
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Abstracts
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Celem artykułu jest nie tyle wyodrębnienie i opisanie ewentualnych podobieństw między formacją Nowego Kina Niemieckiego a najnowszym filmem niemieckim, ile ukazanie tych dwóch zjawisk filmowych w relacji do siebie, gdzie film najnowszy nawiązuje (w różny sposób) do starszej formacji, polemizuje z nią i rozwija proponowane sensy, staje się jego medium. Zjawisko Nowego Kina Niemieckiego jest tu rozumiane jako centrum i kanon, z uwzględnieniem którego najnowszy film jest opisywany, lecz może być także interpretowany. Jak proponuje autorka, przedstawienie interferencji wybranych aspektów obu zjawisk służy zaprezentowaniu różnorodności filmu niemieckiego po 1989 r., a relacji między tymi zjawiskami jako dynamicznej, aktualizującej się. Owo przedstawienie zostaje przez autorkę dokonane z uwzględnieniem odwołań do opracowań, w których próbuje się rewidować obszary uchodzące za już rozpoznane oraz które proponują odczytania najnowszego filmu niemieckiego w ścisłym odniesieniu do Nowego Kina Niemieckiego.
EN
The purpose of this article is not so much the identification and description of any similarities between the New German Cinema and the latest German films, as it is to show these two film phenomena in relation to each other, where the latest films allude (in various ways) to the older school, enter a polemic with it and develop proposed meanings, becoming its medium. The phenomenon of the New German Cinema is here understood as the centre and canon, which is taken into the consideration when describing and interpreting the latest films. As proposed by the author, presenting interferences of chosen aspects of both phenomena demonstrates the dynamics and self updating relation between them as well as the diversity of German cinema after 1989. This presentation is made by the author with regard to literature in which areas considered to be well understood are analysed anew and which propose the analysis of the latest German cinema in strict relation to the New German Cinema.
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175-188
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Contributors
  • Katedra Studiów Interkulturowych Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, Uniwersytet Warszawski
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