The soundtrack movie, nostalgia and consumption.
In: Conrich, I. and Tincknell, E., eds.
Film's Musical Moments.
Edinburgh University Press.
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Publisher's URL: http://www.euppublishing.com/book/9780748623440
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|Additional Information:||This co-edited collection marks the development of Tincknell's research interest in the relationship between cinema and cultural identity explored in an earlier, frequently cited article, Tincknell, E. and Chambers, D. (2002) �Performing the Crisis: Fathering, Gender and Representation in Two Nineties Films', Journal of Popular Film and Television, Spring, 2002, pp 146 - 156. Stan Link, in Screen 2007 48(2): describes Film's Musical Moments as �stimulating conceptually, Conrich and Tincknell's Film's Musical Moments� [is]...brimming with implication. Tincknell's �The soundtrack movie, nostalgia and consumption' form[s] the central artery of the volume, from and to which its other vital points flow'. This chapter was developed from a paper originally presented at the Screen International Conference, June 2000.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||soundtrack, nostalgia, consumption|
|Faculty/Department:||Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education > Department of Arts and Cultural Industries|
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