Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Michael Haneke's Cinema
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Sex and art, sin and guilt, religion and violence, this book has it all. With its focus on Haneke's enigmatic filmmaking, Ornella and Knauss have provided a great service by pulling together multiple issues relevant to contemporary life. Starting with the view of the world seen through Haneke's lens, the authors here provide their own lenses onto Haneke's work, keeping the readers fascinated and disturbed."
--S. Brent Plate
author of Religion and Film: Cinema and the Re-creation of the World
"The superbly structured Ornella/Knauss collection will stand apart from other new Haneke anthologies for an unconventional mix of examinations that are not in a rush to respond to trendy discourse or even to take on the director as phenomenon. The text gives Haneke a voice in the proceedings but also asks 'How Much Haneke Do We Deserve.' The presentations located between these two poles make for a truly vibrant investigation that is as excitingly daring as the writing is elegant."
--Robert von Dassanowsky
author of Austrian Cinema: A History