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Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine: Authorship and Genre in Photojournalism and Filmby Philippe Mather
Synopses & Reviews
From 1945 to 1950, during the formative years of his career, Stanley Kubrick worked as a photojournalist for Look magazine. Offering a comprehensive examination of the work he produced during this periodandmdash;before going on to become one of Americaandrsquo;s most celebrated filmmakersandmdash;Stanley Kubrick at andquot;Lookandquot; Magazine sheds new light on the aesthetic and ideological factors that shaped his artistic voice.
Tracing the links between his photojournalism and films, Philippe Mather shows how working at Look fostered Kubrickandrsquo;s emerging genius for combining images and words to tell a story. Mather then demonstrates how exploring these links enhances our understanding of Kubrickandrsquo;s approach to narrative structureandmdash;as well as his distinctive combinations of such genres as fiction and documentary, and fantasy and realism.
Beautifully written and exhaustively researched, Stanley Kubrick at andquot;Lookandquot; Magazine features never-before-published photographs from the Look archives and complete scans of Kubrickandrsquo;s photo essays from hard-to-obtain back issues of the magazine. It will be an indispensable addition to the libraries of Kubrick scholars and fans.
About the Author
Philippe Mather is associate professor of media studies at Campion College at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan.
Table of Contents
Part I: Authorship: A Sociology of Production
1 Psychosocial Context: A Formative Period. Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine in the Lifespan
2 Macro-objective Analysis: Look Magazineand#8217;s Organizational Structure
3 Micro-objectivity: The Work Culture at Look Magazine
4 Macro-subjectivity: Look Magazineand#8217;s Conception of Photojournalism
5 Micro-subjectivity: Stanley Kubrickand#8217;s Conception of Photojournalism and Film
Part II: Genre: Contexts of Reception
6 Photojournalism Genres: A Semantic/Syntactic/Pragmatic Approach
7 Photography and Film: History, Ontology and Pragmatics
8 From Photojournalism to Film: Transmedial Correspondences in the Formal and Stylistic Systems
9 Photography in Film: Photographic and Documentary Aspects of Kubrickand#8217;s Films
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