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The Blade Runner Experience: The Legacy of a Science Fiction Classic

by Will Brooker

Since its release in 1982, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, has remained a cult classic through its depiction of a futuristic Los Angeles;...


Eastwood's Iwo Jima: Critical Engagements With Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima

by Anne Gjelsvik & Rikke Schubart

With Flags of Our Fathers (2006) and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006), Clint Eastwood made a unique contribution to film history, being the first director to make two films about the same event. Eastwood's films...


The Cinema of Steven Spielberg: Empire of Light

by Nigel Morris

Cinema’s most successful director is a commercial and cultural force demanding serious consideration. Not just triumphant marketing, this international popularity is partly a function of the movies themselves....


Disaster Movies: The Cinema of Catastrophe

by Stephen Keane

Stephen Keane's history of the disaster genre offers a detailed analysis of films such as The Towering Inferno, Independence Day, Titanic, and The Day After Tomorrow. He looks at the ways in which disaster movies...


Filmosophy

by Daniel Frampton

Filmosophy is a provocative new manifesto for a radically philosophical way of understanding cinema. It coalesces twentieth-century ideas of film as thought (from Hugo Münsterberg to Gilles Deleuze) into a...


The Cinema of George A. Romero: Knight of the Living Dead

by Tony Williams

The Cinema of George A. Romero: Knight of the Living Dead is the first in-depth study in English of the career of this foremost auteur working at the margins of the Hollywood mainstream in the horror genre....


A Sense-of-Wonderful Century: Explorations of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films

by Gary Westfahl

This book gathers together many of the illuminating essays on science fiction and fantasy film penned by a major critic in the SF field. The pieces are roughly organized in the chronological order of when the...


Curly: An Illustrated Biography of the Superstooge

by Joan Howard Maurer & Michael Jackson

While the Three Stooges were the longest active and most productive comedy team in Hollywood, their artistic height coincided with the years Curly was with them, and this is his definitive biography. From 1932...


The Forgotten Village: Life in a Mexican Village

by John Steinbeck

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Zachary Scott: Hollywood's Sophisticated Cad

by Ronald L. Davis

Throughout the 1940s, Zachary Scott (1914-1965) was the model for sophisticated, debonair villains in American film. His best-known roles include a mysterious criminal in The Mask of Dimitrios and the indolent...


Doctor Who FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Most Famous Time Lord in the Universe

Through Grown-up Eyes: Living with Childhood Fame

by Robert Henrey

Bobby Henrey was eight when he was improbably chosen by film director Carol Reed and producer Sir Alexander Korda to star alongside Sir Ralph Richardson in The Fallen Idol based on a Graham Greene story. Released...


Vivien Leigh: An Intimate Portrait

by Kendra Bean

In-depth research and new interviews are paired with rare and never-before-published photographs by Leigh’s “official” photographer Angus McBean.


The Cinema of Michael Mann: Vice and Vindication

by Jonathan Rayner

Michael Mann is one of the most important American filmmakers of the past forty years. His films exhibit the existential concerns of art cinema, articulated through a conspicuous and recognizable visual style...


Night Passages: Philosophy, Literature and Film

by Elisabeth Bronfen & David Brenner

In the beginning was the night. All light, shapes, language, and subjective consciousness, as well as the world and art depicting them, emerged from this formless chaos. In fantasy, we seek to return to this...


Practical DV Filmmaking

by Russell Evans

Written for the beginner, Practical DV Filmmaking guides you thorough the process of making a film with low-cost digital equipment: from development through to production, post-production and distribution. While...


Kathryn Bigelow: Interviews

by Peter Keough

With her gripping film The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow (b. 1951) made history in 2010 by becoming the first woman to win an Oscar for Best Director. Since then she has also filmed history with her latest movie,...


The Cinema of Steven Soderbergh: Indie Sex, Corporate Lies, and Digital Videotape

by Andrew deWaard & R. Colin Tait

The industry's only director-cinematographer-screenwriter-producer-actor-editor, Steven Soderbergh is contemporary Hollywood's most innovative and prolific filmmaker. A Palme d'or and Academy Award-winner, Soderbergh...


The Cinema of Richard Linklater: Walk, Don't Run

by Rob Stone

From Slacker (1991) to The School of Rock (2003), from Before Sunrise (1995) to Before Sunset (2004), from the walking and talking of his no/low-budget American independent films to conversing with the philosophical...


The Cinema of Aki Kaurismäki: Contrarian Stories

by Andrew Nestingen

Aki Kaurismäki is an enigma, an eminent auteur who claims his films are a joke. Since 1983, Kaurismäki has produced classically-styled films filled with cinephilic references to film history. He has earned...