Public Life, Imaginary, and Identity in Contemporary Italian Film
Notes on Contributors
ANITA ANGELONE is an independent scholar based in Virginia, where she works in the non-profit sphere. She is the co-editor, with Clarissa Clò, of Other Visions: Contemporary Italian Documentary Cinema as Counter-Discourse (2011), a special double issue of Studies in Documentary Film.
PIERPAOLO ANTONELLO is Reader in Italian Literature and Culture, and Head of the Department of Italian at the University of Cambridge (UK). He is interested in Italian political cinema and in the representation of violence in film. He has published on Pier Paolo Pasolini, Nanni Moretti, Paolo Sorrentino, Matteo Garrone, Daniele Vicari, Quentin Tarantino, and on socio-political commitment in contemporary Italian film-making.
CLAUDIO BISONI is Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of Bologna. His research focuses on the relationship between criticism, aesthetics and modes of reception, as well as on North American and Italian cinema of the 1960s and 1970s. His publications include Brian De Palma (2002); La critica cinematografica: Metodo, storia e scrittura (2006); Gli anni affollati: La cultura cinematografica italiana (1970–1979) (2009); and Elio Petri: Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (2011). He has also worked on new media narrative forms, and edited (with Veronica Innocenti) the volume Media Mutations. Gli ecosistemi narrativi nello scenario mediale contemporaneo: Spazi, modelli, usi sociali (2013).
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