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Laura Mulvey ist eine britische feministische Filmtheoretikerin. Derzeit hat sie den Lehrstuhl für Film- und Medienwissenschaft am Birkbeck College der Universität London inne. Laura Mulvey (* August ) ist eine britische feministische Filmtheoretikerin. Derzeit hat sie den Lehrstuhl für Film- und Medienwissenschaft am Birkbeck. Visuelle Lust und narratives Kino (englischer Originaltitel: Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema) ist ein verfasster Essay von Laura Mulvey. Er ist bis. Laura Mulvey. Visuelle Lust und narratives Kino - Sarah Boussard - Hausarbeit - Filmwissenschaft - Arbeiten publizieren: Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit. Laura Mulvey. Visuelle Lust und narratives Kino | Boussard, Sarah | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch.
Laura Mulvey, Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema. Cover. Carolina Hein. GRIN Verlag, - 20 Seiten. 0 Rezensionen. Seminar paper from the year Visuelle Lust und narratives Kino (englischer Originaltitel: Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema) ist ein verfasster Essay von Laura Mulvey. Er ist bis. Laura Mulvey. Visuelle Lust und narratives Kino | Boussard, Sarah | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch.
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Citing articles via Google Scholar. Within her essay, Mulvey discusses several different types of spectatorship that occur while viewing a film.
Viewing a film involves unconsciously or semi-consciously engaging the typical societal roles of men and women. The "three different looks", as they are referred to, explain just exactly how films are viewed in relation to phallocentrism.
The first "look" refers to the camera as it records the actual events of the film. The second "look" describes the nearly voyeuristic act of the audience as one engages in watching the film itself.
Lastly, the third "look" refers to the characters that interact with one another throughout the film. The main idea that seems to bring these actions together is that "looking" is generally seen as an active male role while the passive role of being looked at is immediately adopted as a female characteristic.
It is under the construction of patriarchy that Mulvey argues that women in film are tied to desire and that female characters hold an "appearance coded for strong visual and erotic impact".
The female actor is never meant to represent a character that directly effects the outcome of a plot or keep the story line going, but is inserted into the film as a way of supporting the male role and "bearing the burden of sexual objectification " that he cannot.
Mulvey was prominent as an avant-garde filmmaker in the s and s. Penthesilea: Queen of the Amazons was the first of Mulvey and Wollen's films.
In this film, Mulvey attempted to link her own feminist writings on the Amazon myth with the paintings of Allen Jones. With Riddles of the Sphinx , Mulvey and Wollen connected "modernist forms" with a narrative that explored feminism and psychoanalytical theory.
One of the main themes of the film is that women "struggling towards achievement in the public sphere" must transition between the male and female worlds.
Crystal Gazing exemplified more spontaneous filmmaking than their past films. Many of the elements of the film were decided once production began.
The film was well received but lacked a "feminist underpinning" that had been the core of many of their past films. In , Mulvey returned to filmmaking with Disgraced Monuments , which she co-directed with Mark Lewis.
This film examines "the fate of revolutionary monuments in the Soviet Union after the fall of communism.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Laura Mulvey. See also: Neo-Freudianism. Newhouse Center for the Humanities, Wellesley College.
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Mulvey in St Hilda's College, Oxford. Birkbeck, University of London. Film studies and media studies.