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Title:Lars von Trier in hiperrealno v filmu
Authors:Tassel, Anne Elisabeth (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:AU - School of Arts
Abstract:Diplomsko delo analizira elemente hiperrealnega v filmskem opusu Larsa von Trierja, začetnika gibanja Dogma 95. Mlad postmoderni pojem hiperrealnosti poskuša preko tega diplomskega dela spodbuditi razmislek o napredku filma, družbe in tehnologije. Koncept hiperrealnosti ter simulacije sta v drugi polovici 20. stoletja raziskovala sociolog in filozof Jean Baudrillard ter filozof in semiotik Umberto Eco. Proučevala sta pomen reprezentacije lažnih funkcij, krajev ter življenj v smislu verovanja v neobstoječega, kot je na primer Božiček. Dela Larsa von Trierja so v tem pogledu umetniško ter vsebinsko sorodni pojmu hiperrealnega v filmu, kar se v veliki meri odraža v strukturi njegovih filmskih likov in zgodb. Praktični del diplomske naloge sestavlja analiza kratkega igranega filma Živeti v Megabitu ter opisa produkcijskih in snemalnih faz le-tega.
Keywords:Lars Von Trier, Umberto Eco, Jean Baudrillard, Dogma 95, hiperrealnost, virtualnost, film, igra, The Element of Crime, Europa, Dogville, postmodernizem
Year of publishing:2018
Source:Nova Gorica
COBISS_ID:5185531 Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:SI:UNG:REP:BD0T5RCC
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Language:English
Title:Lars von Trier and the Hyperreal in Film
Abstract:This analisis of hiperreal elements in Lars von Triers works is aiming towards a bigger reflection on this young postmodernist concept in film, society and technology. The concept was first coined by a french sociologist Jean Baudrillard and Umberto Eco, both in the late 20th century. They explored the meaning of fake functions, places and even lives such as for example believing in Santa Claus. The works of Lars von Trier are in this case artisticly and concept-wise appropriate because of the way the characters and the storyline is presented. The practical part of this diploma work is an analysis of a short movie Live in a Megabit and a description of different phases of filming and post-production. The concept was first coined by a french sociologist Jean Baudrillard and Umberto Eco, both in the late 20th century. They explored the meaning of fake functions, places and even
Keywords:Lars Von Trier, Umberto Eco, Jean Baudrillard, Dogma 95, hiperreal, virtuality, film, games, The Element of Crime, Europa, Dogville, postmodernism


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