Image from I pugni in tasca/Fists in pocket (Marco Bellocchio, Italy, 1965).
See Deborah Young's short essay on this film here.
Here's another post to celebrate Open Access Week, just in the nick of time.
Film Studies For Free, tipping its jaunty e-hat to the fabulous weblog Open Access News for the information, has been delighted today to revisit the eScholarship archive of the University of California, which has had a makeover. Here's the explanation of the whys and wherefores. FSFF can happily testify that it is now even more user-friendly than before, so do please explore it.
To celebrate, here's a little crop of wonderful, openly-accessible articles on Italian cinema, all published in the UCLA journal Carte Italiane, that FSFF was able to harvest in a even shorter jiffy than usual.
- Sarah A. Carey, Before and After the Revolution: The Power(lessness) of the Image in I pugni in tasca, Buongiorno, notte, Prima della rivoluzione and The Dreamers, Carte Italiane, 2:4, 2008
- Brendan W. Hennessy, A Cinematic Premonition of Disorder: Social and Political Satire in Bellocchio's La cina è vicina (1967), Carte Italiane, 2:4, 2008
- Antonio Idini, Stealing Home: Flight from Exile in Il ladro di bambini, Carte Italiane, 1:14, 1994
- Peggy Kidney, Recent Publications in the Field of Italian Cinema, Carte Italiane, 1:7, 1986
- David Pendleton, Pasolini's Cinema of Regression, Carte Italiane, 1:12, 1992
- Dana Renga, Women's Place: Contradictory Models of Female Behavior in Italian Cinema (1932-1940), Carte Italiane, 1:16, 1999
- Robert Spiegel, Verga and the Realist Cinema, Carte Italiane, 1:2, 1981