European Television Crime Drama and Beyond (Palgrave European Film and Media Studies) (Hardcover)

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European Television Crime Drama and Beyond (Palgrave European Film and Media Studies) (Hardcover)

By Kim Toft Hansen (Editor), Steven Peacock (Editor), Sue Turnbull (Editor)

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1. Down these European mean streets: Contemporary issues in European television crime drama, Kim Toft Hansen, Steven Peacock and Sue Turnbull.- Section I: Noir Aesthetics.- 2. Framing Nordic noir: From Film Noir to High-End Television Drama, Audun Engelstad.- 3. The Rise of "Bright Noir" Redemption and Moral Optimism in American Contemporary TV Noir, Alberto N. Garc a.- 4. Melancholy and Murder: Feelings, Atmosphere and Social Criticism in Television Crime Series, Gunhild Agger and Anne Marit Waade.- 5. Locating sound in UK/US television crime drama: The affective impact of sound effects and music in Happy Valley and Hannibal, Lucy Donaldson.- 6. Seriousness, ordinariness, and "actual police work" British and American TV crime dramas True Detective, Suspects and Cuffs, Helen Piper.- Section II: Noir Regionalism and Transnationalism.- 7. Local, National, Transnational: Y Gwyll/Hinterland as Crime of/for all Places, Elke Weissmann.- 8. The transnational appeal of the Italian Mafia story, Milly Buonanno.- 9. The Rise of Noir in the Sun: Spanish Crime Drama and Contemporary Television Drama Production, Concepci n Cascajosa Virino.- 10. Crime Scene Germany: Regionalism, Audiences, and the German Public Broadcasting System, Susanne Eichner.- 11. Searching for 'Aura' in Cinayet: Audience Reception of the Turkish Remake of Forbrydelsen, Yesim Kaptan.- Section III: Noir Market Value.- 12. Local noir and local identity: Norskov and the spatial implications of branded content, J rgen Riber Christensen and Kim Toft Hansen.- 13. The Flemish TV Market: Crime drama as a driver for market sustainability?, Tim Raats.- 14. Secret City and Micromarkets: The 'Global Noir Audience' for Australian Crime Drama, Sue Turnbull and Marion McCutcheon.- 15. Saga's Story: Emotional engagement in the production and reception of The Bridge, Annette Hill.
Kim Toft Hansen is Associate Professor of Scandinavian Media Studies at Aalborg University, Denmark. He is the co-author of Locating Nordic Noir: From Beck to The Bridge (2017) and has written extensively on Nordic written and audiovisual crime fiction.Steven Peacock is an independent scholar. He is the author of Swedish Crime Fiction: Novel, Film, Television (2013), Hollywood and Intimacy: Style, Moments, Magnificence (2011), and Colour (2010). Sue Turnbull is Senior Professor of Communication and Media at the University of Wollongong, Australia, and Discipline Leader for the Creative Industries. Her publications include The TV Crime Drama (2014) and more recent research is concerned with the transnational career of television crime series.
Product Details ISBN: 9783319968865
ISBN-10: 3319968866
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: December 17th, 2018
Pages: 294
Language: English
Series: Palgrave European Film and Media Studies