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Film Remakes, Adaptations and Fan Productions: Remake/Remodel

Kathleen Loock Constantine Verevis

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Palgrave Macmillan
23 October 2012
Film, TV & Radio; Film theory & criticism; Film & movie: styles & genres
A dynamic investigation of processes of cultural reproduction - remaking and remodelling - which considers a wide range of film adaptations, remakes and fan productions from various industrial, textual and critical perspectives.
Edited by:   Kathleen Loock, Constantine Verevis
Imprint:   Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 140mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   465g
ISBN:   9781137263346
ISBN 10:   1137263342
Pages:   265
Publication Date:   23 October 2012
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  College/higher education ,  Undergraduate ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction: Remake | Remodel; K.Loock & C.Verevis PART I: ADAPT Toto, I think we're in Oz again (and again and again): Remakes and Popular Seriality; F.Kelleter Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Bond, the Deerstalker, and Remediation; S.Sommerfeld A Battle on Two Fronts: Wuthering Heights and Adapting the Adaptation; A.Martin Of Political Visions and Visionary Politicians: Adapting All the King's Men to the Big Screen; B.Otten PART II: REMAKE Remaking The Stepford Wives, Remodeling Feminism; K.Schweishelm The Return of the Pod People: Remaking Cultural Anxieties in Invasion of the Body Snatchers; K.Loock Cyber-noia? Remaking The Manchurian Candidate in a Global Age; S.Georgi A Personal Matter: H Story; C.Verevis PART III: REMODEL Remaking Texts, Remodeling Scholarship; R.A.Reid 'Prince Arthur spotted exiting Buckingham Palace!': The Re-Imagined Worlds of Fanfic Trailers; S.Machat You'll Never See this on the Silver Screen: The Film Trailer as a Template for the Appropriation and Transformation of Hollywood Movies; L.Hartwig Spoofin' Spidey - Rebooting the Bat: Immersive Story Worlds and the Narrative Complexities of Video Spoofs in the Era of the Superhero Blockbuster; D.Stein Index

SONJA GEORGI Lecturer in American Studies, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany LILI HARTWIG MA graduate at the University of Hamburg, Germany FRANK KELLETER Chair of American Studies, University of Gottingen, Germany SIBYLLE MACHAT Lecturer at the University of Flensburg, Germany AMY MARTIN Ph.D. Studentship at the Queen Margaret University Edinburgh, UK BIRTE OTTEN Member of the American Studies Program at the University of Gottingen, Germany ROBIN ANNE REID Professor of English at the Department of Literature & Languages at Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA KATHRYN SCHWEISHELM Doctoral candidate in the Graduate School of North American Studies at Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany STEPHANIE SOMMERFELD Member of the American Studies Program at the University of Gottingen, Germany DANIEL STEIN Member of the American Studies Program at the University of Gottingen, Germany

Reviews for Film Remakes, Adaptations and Fan Productions: Remake/Remodel

'This exhilarating collection is guaranteed to make you think twice about the boundaries between adaptations and remakes, beginnings and endings, fiction and history, academics and fans, and especially reading and writing. Whether the contributors are discussing the endless generations of Sherlock Holmes or the land of Oz or the brave new world of fan videos and trailers, they're constantly removing the Do Not Disturb signs earlier theorists posted all over the textual landscape, and incidentally expanding our idea of what constitutes a text in wonderfully invigorating ways.' - Thomas Leitch, Professor of English, University of Delaware, USA 'Disproving the assumption that adaptations and remakes are simply uninteresting commercial ploys, this excellent collection of international scholars amply demonstrates the creative power and cultural work of such serial forms as created by both industries and fans, impressively spanning media, historical eras, and modes of production.' - Jason Mittell, Middlebury College, USA 'Covering a wide range of examples, this is essential reading for anyone interested in film cultures and fan practices. Loock and Verevis have brought together a great mix of chapters. Contributors might be exploring recycling and remaking, but there's nothing retro about their scholarship. Quite simply, this book is a model of excellence.' -Matt Hills, University of Cardiff, UK


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