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Cinema, modernity and film experience: part 1: a look at the legacy of films in rural and little-urbanised regions in Flanders

Daniël Biltereyst UGent, Philippe Meers, Liesbeth Van de Vijver UGent and Gert Willems UGent (2007) VOLKSKUNDE. 108(2). p.105-124
abstract
Flanders and Belgium had an exceptionally varied cinema scenery. Next to the numerous cinemas in the big cities like Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent, people could go see a movie in provincial cities and even in rural districts. Belgium had international farne because of the high cinema rate. As part of a large-scale research project, De Verlichte Stad (The Enlightened City), Volkskunde dedicates two contributions to this interesting movie and film loving heritage. A first contribution focuses on the rich heritage of cinemas in smaller cities and rural districts. Based on a systematic historic inventory of regular venues in Flanders and Brussels, completed with an extensive number of case studies concerning the local cinema history in 46 Flemish cities and villages, the contribution looks for the causes or the background of the extensive cinema scenery. It primarily points to the phenomena of pub cinemas and denominationalism. In a second contribution, Volkskunde will focus on the perception of movies through an oral history research project.
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Bioscopen, moderniteit en filmbeleving : d eel 1 : op zoek naar het erfgoed van bioscopen in landelijke en minder verstedelijkte gebieden in Vlaanderen
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journalArticle (original)
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journal title
VOLKSKUNDE
Volkskunde
volume
108
issue
2
pages
105 - 124
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Article
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000247442200001
ISSN
0042-8523
language
Dutch
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yes
classification
A1
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377700
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-377700
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2007-09-28 16:11:00
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  abstract     = {Flanders and Belgium had an exceptionally varied cinema scenery. Next to the numerous cinemas in the big cities like Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent, people could go see a movie in provincial cities and even in rural districts. Belgium had international farne because of the high cinema rate. As part of a large-scale research project, De Verlichte Stad (The Enlightened City), Volkskunde dedicates two contributions to this interesting movie and film loving heritage. A first contribution focuses on the rich heritage of cinemas in smaller cities and rural districts. Based on a systematic historic inventory of regular venues in Flanders and Brussels, completed with an extensive number of case studies concerning the local cinema history in 46 Flemish cities and villages, the contribution looks for the causes or the background of the extensive cinema scenery. It primarily points to the phenomena of pub cinemas and denominationalism. In a second contribution, Volkskunde will focus on the perception of movies through an oral history research project.},
  author       = {Biltereyst, Dani{\"e}l and Meers, Philippe and Van de Vijver, Liesbeth and Willems, Gert},
  issn         = {0042-8523},
  journal      = {VOLKSKUNDE},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {105--124},
  title        = {Cinema, modernity and film experience: part 1: a look at the legacy of films in rural and little-urbanised regions in Flanders},
  volume       = {108},
  year         = {2007},
}

Chicago
Biltereyst, Daniël, Philippe Meers, Liesbeth Van de Vijver, and Gert Willems. 2007. “Cinema, Modernity and Film Experience: Part 1: a Look at the Legacy of Films in Rural and Little-urbanised Regions in Flanders.” Volkskunde 108 (2): 105–124.
APA
Biltereyst, D., Meers, P., Van de Vijver, L., & Willems, G. (2007). Cinema, modernity and film experience: part 1: a look at the legacy of films in rural and little-urbanised regions in Flanders. VOLKSKUNDE, 108(2), 105–124.
Vancouver
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Biltereyst D, Meers P, Van de Vijver L, Willems G. Cinema, modernity and film experience: part 1: a look at the legacy of films in rural and little-urbanised regions in Flanders. VOLKSKUNDE. 2007;108(2):105–24.
MLA
Biltereyst, Daniël, Philippe Meers, Liesbeth Van de Vijver, et al. “Cinema, Modernity and Film Experience: Part 1: a Look at the Legacy of Films in Rural and Little-urbanised Regions in Flanders.” VOLKSKUNDE 108.2 (2007): 105–124. Print.