The Penguin Film Review

Author by : Roger Manvell
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The Penguin Film Review

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The Penguin Film Review 1946 1949

Author by : R. K. Neilson Baxter
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The Penguin Film Review 1946 1949

Author by : R. K. Neilson Baxter
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The Penguin Film Review 1946 1949

Author by : R. K. Neilson Baxter
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A Dictionary Of Cinema Quotations From Filmmakers And Critics

Author by : Stephen M. Ringler
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Publisher by : McFarland
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Description : “The cinema isn’t a slice of life, it’s a slice of cake”—Alfred Hitchcock. “If you make a popular movie, you start to think where have I failed?”—Woody Allen. “A film is the world in an hour and a half”—Jean-Luc Godard. “I think you have to be slightly psychopathic to make movies”—David Cronenberg. This compendium contains more than 3,400 quotations from filmmakers and critics discussing their craft. About 1,850 film people are included—Buñuel, Capra, Chaplin, Disney, Fellini, Fitzgerald, Griffith, Kael, Kurasawa, Pathé, Sarris, Schwarzenegger, Spielberg, Waters and Welles among them. The quotations are arranged under 31 topics such as acting, animation, audience, budget, casting, critics, costume design, directing, locations, reviews, screenwriting, special effects and stardom. Indexing by filmmakers (or critics), by film titles and by narrow subjects provides a rich array of points of access.


British Horror Cinema

Author by : Steve Chibnall
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The horror film is now one of the most popular and talked about film genres and yet, outside of the Hammer studio, very little has been written about British horror. Going beyond Hammer, the book investigates a wealth of horror filmmaking in Britain from early chillers like The Ghoul and Dark Eyes of London to acknowledged classics such as Peeping Tom and The Wicker Man.


Towards A Sociology Of The Cinema Ils 92

Author by : Ian Charles Jarvie
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Description : First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


A Divided World

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Description : Roosevelt's New Deal introduced sweeping social, political and cultural change across the United States, which the Hollywood film community embraced enthusiastically. This book examines some of the important programs of the New Deal and the subsequent response of the Hollywood film community.


Mexican Cinema

Author by : Carl J. Mora
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Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : The author's main reason for writing this book, however, is simply to provide an introduction to the Mexican commercial cinema for American and other English-speaking readers. Although the United States has been, and continues to be, a major foreign market for Mexican movies, the overwhelming majority of Americans are unaware of them. Mexican films are restricted to the Hispanic theater circuits and shown without English subtitles; therefore anyone wishing to see a Mexican movie would have to be fairly fluent in Spanish. Such a requisite effectively eliminates almost the entire general audience in the United States from exposure to Mexican cinema.