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The Crime Films of Anthony Mann

by Max Alvarez

Anthony Mann (1906-1967) is renowned for his outstanding 1950s westerns starring James Stewart (Winchester '73, The Naked Spur, The Man from Laramie). But there is more to Mann's cinematic universe than those...


Constructing Dialogue: Screenwriting from Citizen Kane to Midnight in Paris

by Mark Axelrod

Unlike most screenwriting guides that generally analyze several aspects of screenwriting, Constructing Dialogue is devoted to a more analytical treatment of certain individual scenes and how those scenes were...


Class Struggle in Hollywood, 1930-1950: Moguls, Mobsters, Stars, Reds, and Trade Unionists

by Gerald Horne

As World War II wound down in 1945 and the cold war heated up, the skilled trades that made up the Conference of Studio Unions (CSU) began a tumultuous strike at the major Hollywood studios. This turmoil escalated...


History on Film/Film on History

by Robert A. Rosenstone

History on Film/Film on History demonstrates how films can be analyzed as historical sources. It offers undergraduates an introduction to some of the first issues involved with studying historical films. 

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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....


Conspiracy Cinema: Propaganda, Politics and Paranoia

by David Ray Carter

The only guide to this emerging genre of cinema. Still marginalized by mainstream media, conspiracy theories are a growing influence on the contemporary political imagination, thanks to internet distribution...


Cult People: Tales from Hollywood's Exploitation A-List

by Nicanor Loreti

CULT PEOPLE features a selection of interviews, conducted by Nicanor Loreti, with many of the world's most fascinating and renowned stars of crossover and cult cinema, including amazing first-hand accounts of...


Think Outside the Box Office: The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution and Marketing for the Digital Era

by Jon Reiss

Think Outside the Box Office is a primer for filmmaking in the digital era covering distribution of all types of media content - feature films, shorts, webisodes, transmedia, vblogs, etc., and is the first to...


Edgar G. Ulmer: A Filmmaker at the Margins

by Noah Isenberg

Edgar G. Ulmer is perhaps best known today for Detour, considered by many to be the epitome of a certain noir style that transcends its B-list origins. But in his lifetime he never achieved the celebrity of...


Theorizing Art Cinemas: Foreign, Cult, Avant-Garde, and Beyond

by David Andrews

The term "art cinema" has been applied to many cinematic projects, including the film d'art movement, the postwar avant-gardes, various Asian new waves, the New Hollywood, and American indie films, but until...


Dream West: Politics and Religion in Cowboy Movies

by Douglas Brode

While political liberals celebrated the end of "cowboy politics" with the election of Barack Obama to the presidency, political conservatives in the Tea Party and other like-minded groups still vociferously...


Martini Man: The Life of Dean Martin

by William Schoell

Martini Man goes beyond the simple caricature of the boozy lounge singer with a penchant for racy humor to reveal the substantive man behind that mask.


Rewrite 2nd Edition: A Step-by-Step Guide to Strengthen Structure, Characters, and Drama in your Screenplay

by Paul Chitlik

Legendary screenwriting instructor and award-winning writer Paul Chitlik presents an easy-to-read, step-by-step process to take your script from first draft to submission.


Writing the Science Fiction Film

by Robert Grant

Writing the Science Fiction Film describes the kinds of stories that work best as science fiction, explores the parameters of the science fiction genre, and shows what science fiction can offer to writers that...


The Hidden Tools of Comedy: The Serious Business of Being Funny

by Steven Kaplan

While other books give you tips on how to "write funny," this book offers a paradigm shift in understanding the mechanics and art of comedy, and the proven, practical tools that help writers translate that understanding...


John Badham On Directing: Notes from the Set of Saturday Night Fever, War Games, and More

by John Badham

Veteran director John Badham explains the elements of action and suspense and dissects the essentials of any good scene from any genre. Badham's list of "12 Questions You Must Ask Before Stepping On Set" is...


Crowdfunding for Filmmakers: The Way to a Successful Film Campaign

by John Trigonis

Crowdfunding for Filmmakers offers practical information, tips, and tactics for launching a successful film campaign by detailing traditional models of fundraising, utilizing today's technological and social...


Alfred Hitchcock's Moviemaking Master Class: Learning about Film from the Master of Suspense

by Tony Lee Moral

Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most revered filmmakers of the 20th century. Not only was he the "Master of Suspense," he was also an innovator of storyboarding, directing, framing, editing, and marketing. Hitchcock...


Shakespeare for Screenwriters: Timeless Writing Tips from the Master of Drama

by J. M. Evenson

Shakespeare for Screenwriters is the first book to use Shakespeare's works to examine the fundamentals of screenwriting. The book offers insight into what makes Shakespeare's creations so powerful by analyzing...