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World Cinema through Global Genres

by William V. Costanzo

World Cinema through Global Genres introduces the complex forces of global filmmaking using the popular concept of film genre. The cluster-based organization allows students to acquire a clear understanding...


Our Lady Cinema: How and Why I Went Into the Photo-Play World and What I Found There

by Harry Furniss

This charming classic of film literature was originally published in 1914 and hence represents an early attempt to catalogue the allure of cinema and how the motion picture industry began. This tale of life...


Art, Religion, Amnesia: The Enchantments of Credulity

by Donald Preziosi

Art, Religion, Amnesia addresses the relationship between art and religion in contemporary culture, directly challenging contemporary notions of art and religion as distinct social phenomena and explaining how...


The Grip Book, Fifth Edition: The Studio Grip S Essential Guide

by Michael G. Uva

Gain the essential skills of a professional grip to become the jack and master of all trades on a movie or television show set. Discover vital insider tips ranging from how to operate cutting-edge rigging and...


The TV Showrunner's Road Map: 21 Navigational Routes to Creating- and Sustaining- Your TV Series: 21 Navigational Tips for Screenwriters to Create and

by Neil Landau

If you've ever dreamed of being in charge of your own network, cable, or web series, then this is the book for you. The TV Showrunner's Roadmap provides you with the tools for creating, writing, and managing...


Cinematography: Third Edition

by Kris Malkiewicz & M. David Mullen

The Essential Guide to the Cameraman's Craft

Since its initial publication in 1973, Cinematography has become the guidebook for filmmakers. Based on their combined fifty years in the film and television industry,...


Screenwriting Behind Enemy Lines: Lessons from Inside the Studio Gates

by John Schimmel

A very pragmatic look at what "they" are looking for combined with techniques for delivering that. Includes "Tales from the Trenches," lessons from various sets and development situations to illustrate the points...


Inventory: 16 Films Featuring Manic Pixie Dream Girls, 10 Great Songs Nearly Ruined by Saxophone, and 100 More Obsessively Specific Pop-Culture Lists

by A.V. Club & Chuck Klosterman

Each week, the writers of The A.V. Club issue a slightly slanted pop-culture list filled with challenging opinions (Is David Bowie's "Young Americans" nearly ruined by saxophone?) and fascinating facts. Exploring...


Scriptwriting for the Screen

by Charlie Moritz

'If I was setting out as a screenwriter, this is the book I would read first and keep by me'- Melanie Harris, Producer, Crosslab Productions

'An excellent resource for students and teachers alike'- In the Picture...


Fashioning Bollywood: The Making and Meaning of Hindi Film Costume

by Clare M. Wilkinson-Weber

An innovative study of the Hindi film industry, this account explores the making and meaning of popular Hindi films, through the lens of their most compelling - and often overlooked -- visual component: costume....


Cinema at the Margins

by Wheeler Dixon

More and more, just a few canonical classics, such as Michael Curtiz’s “Casablanca” (1942) or Victor Fleming’s “Gone With The Wind” (1939), are representing the entire film output of an era, to a new...


WHITE RIOT: A?BRIEF?HISTORY?OF?VIETNAM?WAR PROTEST?ELEMENTS IN?CINEMA

by Jack Hunter

The latter part of the 1960s saw the advent of a small, short-lived genre of Vietnam War-related cinema - the "peacenik/draft-dodger" movie, in which student anti-war demonstrations and ruses used by America's...


MUYBRIDGE: THE EYE IN MOTION

by Stephen Barber

All contemporary visual culture can be traced directly back to the work of Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904), whose prolific and inspirational experiments in moving-image photography, animation and projection shattered...


LAS HURDES: A Film By Luis Bunuel

by Jack Hunter

LAS HURDES (1932), the third film by Spanish director Luis Buñuel, is now regarded as the first ever "surrealist documentary". Buñuel's view of the impoverished and disease-stricken land of the blighted Hurdanos...


Un Chien Andalou: A Film By Luis Bunuel & Salvador Dali

by Robert Short

UN CHIEN ANDALOU (1929) is the first classic of underground cinema, a ferocious assault of mutilation, madness and multiple manias set in the fractured framework of a nightmare. Ants, rotting donkeys, severed...


The Massacre Game: Pasolini: Terminal Film, Text, Words

by Stephen Barber

Pier Paolo Pasolini's final year of life before his brutal murder is an extreme, intensive and accumulating period. While propelling himself into a position of polemical violence and political danger with his...


L'Age D'Or: A Film By Luis Bunuel & Salvador Dali

by Robert Short

L'AGE D'OR (1929), the second film by Surrealists Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí, remains as shocking now as on its debut with its images of sexual mania, violence, cruelty, filth, and wanton destruction. It...


Offbeat: British Cinema's Curiosities, Obscurities and Forgotten Gems

by Julian Upton

Critics may sing from an over familiar hymn sheet of so-called ‘cult films', but there remains an epoch of British cinema still awaiting discovery that is every bit as provocative and deserving of attention....


Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Fare of the 1960s & 1970s

by Scott Stine

A loving look at "disposable” horror culture from the 1960s and 1970s. Over two glorious decades the horror film waged war on good taste, exploiting every taboo and bursting every envelope along the way....


Freaks: A Film By Tod Browning

by Jack Hunter

FREAKS (1932) is the sensational horror movie that dared to use real-life "human anomalies" in its tale of greed, betrayal and retribution in a travelling carnival. Dwarfs, pinheads, and the limbless are just...