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Mette Hjort
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Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (August 15, 2005)
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Small Nation, Global Cinema engages the effects of globalization from the perspective of small nations.

Small Nation, Global Cinema engages the effects of globalization from the perspective of small nations. Focusing her study on the specific cultural context of the international film market, Mette Hjort argues that the New Danish Cinema presents an opportunity to understand the effects of globalization within the culture and economy of a privileged small nation. Hjort offers two key strategies underwriting the transformation and globalization of contemporary Danish cinema-the processes of cultural circulation and the psychological efficacy of heritage.

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Small Nation, Global Cinema offers two strategies underwriting the transformation and globalization of contemporary Danish cinema-the processes of cultural circulation and the psychological efficacy of heritage. Focusing her study on the cultural context of the international film market, Mette Hjort argues that the New Danish Cinema presents an opportunity to understand globalization within the culture and economy of a small nation. Public Worlds Series, volume 15. eISBN: 978-0-8166-9766-3. Subjects: Film Studies.

Small nation, global cinema: The new Danish cinema. U of Minnesota Press, 2005. Cinema and Nation, 0. 27. From epiphanic culture to circulation: The dynamics of globalization in Nordic cinema. Transnational Cinema in a Global North, 191-220, 2005. Cinema of small nations. Edinburgh University Press, 2007.

Small Nation, Global Cinema engages the effects of globalization from the perspective of small nations

Small Nation, Global Cinema engages the effects of globalization from the perspective of small nations. Hjort offers two key strategies underwriting the transformation and globalization of contemporary Danish cinema-the processes of cultural circulation and the psychological efficacy of heritage

Small Nation Global Cinema. Book · January 2005 with 116 Reads

Small Nation Global Cinema. Book · January 2005 with 116 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Before 1987, Danish cinema and Danish film policy were not very internationally oriented, and apart from strategies for festival participation, the international policy was not very clearly profiled. This development has a background in strategies in the Danish film and television industry toward greater. In the presentation of the new four-year film agreement, the Ministry of Culture indicated that globalization should be developed as an even more active strategy for Danish film.

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Small Nation, Global Cinema engages the effects of globalization from the perspective of small nations. Focusing her study on the specific cultural context of the international film market, Mette Hjort argues that the New Danish Cinema presents an opportunity to understand the effects of globalization within the culture and economy of a privileged small nation. Hjort offers two key strategies underwriting the transformation and globalization of contemporary Danish cinema—the processes of cultural circulation and the psychological efficacy of heritage. Exploring the Dogma 95 movement initiated by Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg as well as films by Erik Clausen, Gabriel Axel, Henning Carlsen, and Ole Bornedal, among others, Hjort examines means for cinematic globalization specific to Denmark, but then evolves her investigation into a truly comparative framework encompassing references to Hong Kong, Latin America, and Hollywood filmmaking. Providing a fresh way of looking at cultural influence in the era of globalization, Hjort’s concept of “small” nation points as much to the dynamics of recognition, indifference, and participation as it does to more common measures of population size, economic strength, or linguistic reach. Mette Hjort is professor of intercultural studies at Aalborg University.