El teatro clásico español en el cine
This book aims to deepen the relationship between classical Spanish theater and cinema through the analysis of a corpus which has been only partially studied and recently rescued by critics. The chapters first deal with theoretical questions about the cinematographic adaptation of a dramatic text, followed by specific studies of significant periods in the political and cultural history of Spain in the 20th century, such as the artistic production of exile and that of the Franco regime, also taking into account the creative contribution of the most recent films based on the theme and their impact on contemporary society.
Keywords: Reception of the Golden Age Theatre Heritage. Film adaptation. Agustín Moreto. Spanish theater of Golden Century. Reception. Francisco Franco. Spanish Comedia. Franco’s regime. Argentine cinema. Dialectic high vs low. Monologue. Cinema. Portugal. Communism. La vida es sueño. Lope de Vega. Theatre in cinema. Spanish cinema. Pilar Miró. Propaganda. Francoism. Screen adaptation. El desdén con el desdén. Calderón. Siglo de Oro. Dictatorship. Censorship. Don Juan. Theatre. Film version. Cinematographic adaption. Hispanism. Filmic rewriting. National identity. Reception of the Golden Age theatre heritage. Theories on adaptation. Nazism. Golden Age Drama. Spanish Golden Age theater. Golden Age Drama Studies. Menos es más. Shakespeare. Spain. El Alcalde de Zalamea. Audience. Theater-cinema relations. Naples. Spanishness. Adaptation. Theatrical space. María Teresa León. Cinematic space. El perro del hortelano. Rafael Alberti. Pedro Calderón de la Barca.
Language: esISBN (print): 978-88-6969-331-1 ISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-330-4