A filmographic and bibliographic guide to the screen adaptations of the story of Carmen.'Carmen' on Screen is a filmographic and bibliographic guide for scholars interested in the different versions of the story of Carmen in film since her original appearance in Mérimée's novella and its operatic adaptation by Bizet. With over 110 screen versions between 1894 and 2005, it is the most adapted narrative in film.
The volume offers: chronological listings of 82 feature films with credits and annotations of scholarly articles, selected citations of reviews and news articles, and listings of more general works on film adaptations of opera; works on the novella or on the opera; and, finally, lists of works on the 12 major female and 8 major male stars in the 82 feature films.
ANN DAVIES lectures in Spanish Studies and Film at the University of Newcastle; PHIL POWRIE is Professor of French Cultural Studies at the University of Newcastle.
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