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Author: André Loiselle
ISBN: 0773526102
Language: English
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (October 16, 2003)
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Stage-Bound, the first extensive study of feature film adaptations of English Canadian and Québécois drama, challenges this reductive interpretation. André Loiselle demonstrates that theatricality is central to the meaning of these works.

Stage-Bound, the first extensive study of feature film adaptations of English Canadian and Québécois drama, challenges this reductive interpretation. In the process, he reclaims these stage-bound films, which have generally been ignored by scholars.

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Stage-bound since 1942 - Early thresholds of theatre and film - Theatrical characters trapped in cinematic spaces - Stages of liminality and historical intervals - At the juncture of theatre and film there lies a corpse - Theatricality in film adaptation since the 1990s. Subject Term: Canadian drama - Film adaptations. Motion pictures - Canada - History and criticism. TheÌ?aÌ‚tre canadien - Adaptations cineÌ?matographiques et teÌ?leÌ?viseÌ?es. TheÌ?aÌ‚tre queÌ?beÌ?cois - Adaptations cineÌ?matographiques et teÌ?leÌ?viseÌ?es. CineÌ?ma - Canada - Histoire.

Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Film Studies

Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Film Studies. Stage-Bound: Feature Film Adaptations of Canadian and Québécois Drama. Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Film Studies. If Loiselle's analysis occasionally strains beneath the strong determination of the book's global thesis, the results are nonetheless consistently insightful, evocative, and illuminating. Loiselle's study is divided into chronological sections, beginning with "Stage-Bound since 1942," which lays out the structure for the rest of book.

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Stage-Bound, the first extensive study of feature film adaptations of. eISBN: 978-0-7735-7146-4. Subjects: Film Studies. The intriguing quality of the corpus studied in this book is that most Canadian plays adapted for film since 1942 present characters who are positioned at the threshold.

This acknowledgement of their dramatic origins has often led to criticism that these movies remain too rigidly anchored to the stage; too "stage-bound." Stage-Bound, the first extensive study of feature film adaptations of English Canadian and Québécois drama, challenges this reductive interpretation. André Loiselle demonstrates that theatricality is central to the meaning of these works. In the process, he reclaims these stage-bound films, which have generally been ignored by scholars.