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Chiem van Houweninge : double trouble : writing and filming / edited by Thomas Elsaesser, Robert Kievit, Jan Simons ; [translators, Murray Pearson and Karen Pehla]
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Double trouble : writing and filming
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1 vol. (200 p.) : ill. ; 23 cm
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Texte en anglais
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Notes bibliogr. Bibliogr., 1 p. Filmogr. détaillée p. 175-193. Chronol.
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Double Trouble highlights the career of Dutch scriptwriter and television producer Chiem van Houweninge, well-known for his long-running TV comedy series and as author of episodes for TV detective series. Double Trouble gives Van Houweninge's own views on writing and filming in television prime importance, in the context of the history of popular television and his scriptwriting classes at the University of Amsterdam. This is completed by a round-table discussion with other writers about the double tasks of scriptwriting and producing. (source : éditeur)
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Imagination is like a muscle: you have to give it daily exercise, an introduction / Thomas Elsaesser. Drama, comedy, reality: in response to the comedies of Chiem van Houweninge / Ernie Tee. Chiem van Houweninge: the writer at work / edited by Robert Kievit. Between the genres: drama, comedy and reality in an episode from Say Ah / Robert Kievit. Say Ah/Zeg 'ns aaa: episode 129: the pearl fishers, a fragment / Chiem van Houweninge and Alexander Pola. Transgressing the boundaries of the detective genre: detective story, thriller and comedy in Tatort / Robert Kievit. Tatort: episode, Cuddlies (Kuscheltiere), a fragment / Chiem van Houweninge. Between writing and filming: a discussion / edited by Robert Kievit and Jan Simons. Laughter in situation comedy: some reflections on three sit-coms by Chiem van Houweninge and Alexander Pola / Clara Overduin. Say Ah: some remarks on comic identity / Marja Tutert. Illustrated biography and filmography.

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