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The seventh art? Art cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective

Jono Van Belle (UGent)
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Art cinema is a contested concept within film studies. Making use of Ingmar Bergman and his films, most of which can be classified as art cinema, I explore art cinema as an interpretative strategy for audiences. First, I explore the concept theoretically and in relation to Bergman and his work. Next, I explore how historical audiences have used the concept in relation to Ingmar Bergman. Participants in Sweden (n = 21) and Belgium (n = 27) make sense of incoherent or incomprehensible narratives in relation to what is known about Bergman contextually. Applying art cinema is historically and culturally specific, and often to “show off” a certain cultural position.
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Communication, Visual Arts and Performing Arts, Art cinema, audience, film studies, Ingmar Bergman, interpretative strategies

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Van Belle, Jono. “The Seventh Art? Art Cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an Audience Perspective.” STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA, 2020.
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Van Belle, J. (2020). The seventh art? Art cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective. STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA.
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Van Belle, Jono. 2020. “The Seventh Art? Art Cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an Audience Perspective.” STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA.
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Van Belle, Jono. 2020. “The Seventh Art? Art Cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an Audience Perspective.” STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA.
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Van Belle J. The seventh art? Art cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective. STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA. 2020;
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J. Van Belle, “The seventh art? Art cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective,” STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA, 2020.
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  abstract     = {Art cinema is a contested concept within film studies. Making use of Ingmar Bergman and his films, most of which can be classified as art cinema, I explore art cinema as an interpretative strategy for audiences. First, I explore the concept theoretically and in relation to Bergman and his work. Next, I explore how historical audiences have used the concept in relation to Ingmar Bergman. Participants in Sweden (n = 21) and Belgium (n = 27) make sense of incoherent or incomprehensible narratives in relation to what is known about Bergman contextually. Applying art cinema is historically and culturally specific, and often to “show off” a certain cultural position.},
  author       = {Van Belle, Jono},
  issn         = {1741-1548},
  journal      = {STUDIES IN EUROPEAN CINEMA},
  keywords     = {Communication,Visual Arts and Performing Arts,Art cinema,audience,film studies,Ingmar Bergman,interpretative strategies},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {16},
  title        = {The seventh art? Art cinema and Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17411548.2019.1660508},
  year         = {2020},
}

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