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Inclusion in New Danish Cinema
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Introduction

Chapter 1: New Danish Cinema: An Overview

Current Trends in Scholarship

Remarkable Storytelling = Result of Remarkable Production Strategy

Marrying Digital Aesthetic with Ethical Boundaries and Cultural Values

Chapter 2: Dogme Beginnings

Dogme Rules: Style and Genre

Ethics and Morality in Dogme and New Danish Cinema

Reality Aesthetic and the 'Always On' Culture

Chapter 3: Practitioner's Agency: Women Directors

Chapter 4: Heterosexual Relationships

Triangular Desire and Dialectical Identity

Family and Transnational Belonging

Gender and Agency

Chapter 5: Queer Relationships

Queer Subjectivity and New Danish Cinema

Performing Masculinity and Femininity

Stereotypes and Alternative Family Structures

Individualized Desire

Chapter 6: Adapting National Identity

Adapting the National: 'Truth' and Story in New Danish Cinema

Trauma, Existential Crisis and Blame

Adapting the National: The 'Hollywoodization' of Nordic Art Film

Chapter 7: In a Better World: Empathy and Ego

Transnational Belonging and Digital Communication

Solitude and Self-Reflection

Empathy and Ego

About the Author

Meryl Shriver-Rice is assistant professor in the Department of Arts and Philosophy at Miami Dade College.

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