Thomas Vinterberg's Festen (The Celebration)

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Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg's searing film Festen ("The Celebration") was the first film from the Dogme 95 stable. Adhering to Dogme's cinematic purity-no artificial lighting, no superficial action, no credit for the director, and only handheld cameras for equipment-Festen was a commercial and critical success, winning the Jury Prize at Cannes in 1998 and garnering worldwide attention.The film is set at the sixtieth birthday party of Helge, the wealthy patriarch of a large Danish family. The birthday festivities take a turn when Helge's son Christian raises a toast and denounces Helge for having raped and abused him as a child, along with his twin sister, who recently committed suicide. The film explores the escalating consequences of Christian's announcement, from the stunned dinner party's collective denial, to violence, to an unexpected catharsis.C. Claire Thomson's study examines the history and context of the film, setting it within the Danish cultural and sociopolitical milieu. It examines the place of the film as a work of national cinema and examines its pioneering role as an experiment in digital cinema.

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Forfatter: C. Claire Thomson
Sideantal: 219
Sprog: Dansk
Originalsprog: Dansk
Produktvariant: Hæftet
Oplag: 1
Udgave: 1
Udgiver: Museum Tusculanum
Bredde: 140 mm
Højde: 190 mm
Dybde: 15 mm
Vægt: 256 g
Serie: Nordic Film Classics
Udgivelsesdato: 25 Feb 2014
Oplagsdato: 25 Feb 2014






Thomas Vinterberg's Festen (The Celebration) Museum Tusculanum