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Television Introductions: Narrated TV Program Openings since 1949

by Vincent Terrace

Since the beginning of network television, many shows have been preceded by an opening announcement or a theme song that served various purposes. In Television Introductions: Narrated TV Program Openings, Vincent...


Masculinity and Gender in Greek Cinema, 1949-1967

by Achilleas Hadjikyriacou

Between the end of the Civil War (1949) and the colonels' military coup (1967) Greece underwent tremendous political, economic, and social transformations which influenced gender identities and relations. During...


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...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Classical Music

by Robert Sherman

You're no idiot of course. You know something about classical music, whether it's the "da-da-da-dum" opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony or that a famous shaggy dog was named after that same composer. But...


Turning Notes Into Music: An Introduction to Musical Interpretation

by Hans Lampl

Turning Notes into Music presents musicians with a comprehensive, illustrated guide to the interpretative problems that they must address while preparing a piece of music for performance.


Music from the House of Hammer: Music in the Hammer Horror Films, 1950-1980

by Randall D. Larson

Hammer Film Productions produced Horror/Fantasy films with a unique sound. The musicians and the work they did are chronicled here in careful detail.


Order in the Universe: The Films of John Carpenter

by Robert Cumbow

An obscure independent filmmaker until Halloween (1978), John Carpenter has been applauded for his classic sense of compositions, yet reviled for his "B-film" sensibility. With a chronology of Carpenter's career,...


African Americans and the Oscar: Decades of Struggle and Achievement

by Edward Mapp

African Americans and the Oscar highlights the advancements Black performers have made on the silver screen and how those performances were honored by the Academy. Edward Mapp profiles all the nominees and recipients...


The Handbook of Design Management

by Rachel Cooper, Sabine Junginger & Thomas Lockwood

A broad international overview of research across all aspects of design management. Designed for graduate students and scholars as the ultimate desktop reference.


They Might Be Giants' Flood

by S. Alexander Reed & Philip Sandifer

For a few decades now, They Might Be Giants' album Flood has been a beacon (or at least a nightlight) for people who might rather read than rock out, who care more about science fiction than Slayer, who are...


Politics as Form in Lars von Trier: A Post-Brechtian Reading

by Angelos Koutsourakis

This is the first study that employs a materialist framework to discuss the political implications of form in the films of Lars von Trier. Focusing mainly on early films, Politics as Form in Lars von Trier identifies...


Sites of Disquiet: The Non-Space in Spanish American Short Narratives and Their Cinematic Transformations

by Ilka Kressner

Some of the most important writers of the twentieth century, including Borges, Cortázar, Rulfo, and García Márquez, have explored ambiguous sites of a disquieting nature. Their characters face merging perspectives,...


Adonis: The Myth of the Dying God in the Italian Renaissance

by Carlo Caruso

In this detailed treatment of the myth of Adonis in post-Classical times, Carlo Caruso provides an overview of the main texts, both literary and scholarly, in Latin and in the vernacular, which secured for the...


The Worst Gig: From Psycho Fans to Stage Riots, Famous Musicians Tell All

by Jon Niccum

"WORST GIG is Music Appreciation 225, taught by that cool professor everyone wanted to have beers with after class. One fun nugget after another. It was harder to close than my Twitter app."-Matthew James, McSweeney's...


Moving History/Dancing Cultures: A Dance History Reader

by Ann Dils & Ann Cooper Albright

A comprehensive and multifaceted anthology of dance history -- ideal for the classroom.


Understanding Animation

by Paul Wells

First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Writing the 10-Minute Play

by Glenn Alterman

(Limelight). This book is written for the beginning or seasoned playwright, as well as for actors (or anyone) wishing to attempt their first ten-minute play. Every aspect of writing a ten-minute play is covered,...


Canon EOS 7d Digital Field Guide

by Charlotte K. Lowrie

No-fail formulas for getting great digital photos with the Canon EOS 7D

If you want to polish your photography skills, keep your camera bag stocked with the best equipment, like Canon's new EOS 7D camera and...


Keith Johnstone: A Critical Biography

by Theresa Robbins Dudeck

Keith Johnstone entered the Royal Court Theatre as a new playwright in 1956: a decade later he emerged as a groundbreaking director and teacher of improvisation. His decisive book Impro (1979), described Johnstone's...


The Theatre of Martin Crimp: Second Edition

by Aleks Sierz, Erin Hurley & Patrick Lonergan

First published in 2006, Alek's Sierz's The Theatre of Martin Crimp provided a groundbreaking study of one of British theatre's leading contemporary playwrights. Combining Sierz's lucid prose and sharp analysis...