Image from I pugni in tasca/Fists in pocket (Marco Bellocchio, Italy, 1965).
See Deborah Young’s short essay on this film here.
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