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TRE NYE ARTIKLER / THREE NEW ARTICLES
 

Palladium, filmportrætter og digital genoplivning

I sensommeren 2017 lukkede filmselskabet Palladium og Det Danske Filminstitut overtog rettighederne til Palladiums bagkatalog og en anseelig filmsamling. Det markerer Kosmorama #270 med en oversigtsartikel om Palladiums historie. Så vender vi os imod filmportrætter af kendte personer, og runder af med historien om, hvordan forskellige digitale udgivelser nok har genoplivet Dreyers kammerspil Michael (1924), men samtidig giver omgangen med originalfilmen grund til panderynker.

Historien om Palladium

Jannie Dahl Astrup giver et overblik over et af dansk filmhistories store selskaber, Palladium, som gennem sine næsten 100 år stod bag både Fy & Bi, Dreyers største værker og stribevis af sengekantsfilm.

Beyond Fame and Fortune: Analysing Three Complex Documentary Portraits

Hvordan kan celebrity-teori belyse dokumentariske portrætfilm om kendte personer? Det ser Helle Kannik Haastrup på i denne artikel med afsæt i tre af slagsen: Svend (2011), Gambler (2006) og Tintin et moi (2003).

Carl Th. Dreyer’s Michael: Digitalization and the Rediscovery of a Classic Kammerspiel-Film 

Den genoplivning af glemte værker, der ofte følger af digitale udgivelser, er emnet for Stephen Larsons artikel, som kaster et kritisk blik på, hvordan forskellige digitale versioner af Dreyers Michael (1924) omgås originalfilmen.
 
THREE NEW ARTICLES 
 

Palladium, portrait documentaries and digital resuscitation

In late summer 2017, one of Denmark’s oldest film companies, Palladium, closed and the backlist was acquired by the Danish Film Institute – both the rights and the actual film collection. This issue of Kosmorama marks this event in a survey-article on the nearly 100-year long history of Palladium. This first article is published in Danish only. Next, we turn to how celebrity theory may inform portrait documentaries on famous persons, and finally we take a bearing on how Carl Th. Dreyer’s Michael (1924) may have been revived by its release on DVD, but that in some versions the digital resuscitation comes at a high price.

Historien om Palladium

This Danish language article by Jannie Dahl Astrup offers an overview of the history of the Danish film company, Palladium, which throughout nearly one hundred years produced a wide variety of films, ranging from the masterpieces of Carl Th. Dreyer to an extended series of 1970s soft porn films.

Beyond Fame and Fortune: Analysing Three Complex Documentary Portraits

How may celebrity theory illuminate the analysis of celebrity portrait documentaries? Helle Kannik Haastrup takes three Danish documentaries Svend (2011), Gambler (2006) og Tintin et moi (2003) as a case for her discussion in this article.

Carl Th. Dreyer’s Michael: Digitalization and the Rediscovery of a Classic Kammerspiel-Film

Digital release of forgotten films may revive important works, but in some instances respect for the original work does not follow. In his article, Stephen Larson traces the critical reception of Dreyer’s Michael and criticizes the U.S. DVD version of Dreyer’s Kammerspiel.
 
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