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Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching, and Theory

by M. Elise Marubbio & Eric L. Buffalohead

The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans: the noble and ignoble savage, the pronoun-challenged sidekick, the ruthless warrior, the...


Designs on Film

by Cathy Whitlock

Who can forget the over-the-top, white-on-white, high-gloss interiors through which Fred Astaire danced in Top Hat? The modernist high-rise architecture, inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, in the adaptation...


Directors Close Up 2: Interviews with Directors Nominated for Best Film by the Directors Guild of America: 2006 - 2012

by Jeremy Kagan

Since 1992, The Directors Guild of America has hosted annual seminars featuring its nominees for outstanding feature film directing. In this all-new sequel to Directors Close Up, film and television director...


Historical Dictionary of Chinese Cinema

by Tan Ye & Yun Zhu

The Historical Dictionary of Chinese Cinema covers the history of Chinese Cinema through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section contains several...


The Spanish Prisoner and The Winslow Boy: Two Screenplays

by David Mamet

Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet ranks among the century's most influential writers for stage and screen. His dialogue--abrasive, rhythmic--illuminates a modern aesthetic evocative of Samuel Beckett. His plots--surprising,...


How to Survive a Horror Movie

by Seth Grahame-Smith

Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.

 

From ghosts, vampires, and zombies to serial killers, cannibalistic hillbillies, and haunted Japanese videocassettes, How to Survive a Horror Movie shows how to defeat every obstacle...


All The Emperor's Men: Kurosawa's Pearl Harbor

by Hiroshi Tasogawa

(Applause Books). When 20th Century Fox planned its blockbuster portrayal of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, it looked to Akira Kurosawa a man whose mastery of the cinema led to his nickname "the Emperor" to...


Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance, and the Rise of Independent Film

by Peter Biskind

It wasn't so long ago that the Sundance Film Festival was an inconsequential event somewhere in Utah, and Miramax was a tiny distributor of music documentaries and soft-core trash. Today, of course, Sundance...


The Reel Civil War: Mythmaking in American Film

by Bruce Chadwick

During the late nineteenth century, magazines, newspapers, novelists, and even historians presented a revised version of the Civil War that, intending to reconcile the former foes, downplayed the issues of slavery...


The Great Movies II

by Roger Ebert

From America's most trusted and highly visible film critic, 100 more brilliant essays on the films that define cinematic greatness.

Continuing the pitch-perfect critiques begun in The Great Movies, Roger Ebert's...


Revenge of the Sith: Illustrated Screenplay: Star Wars: Episode III

by George Lucas

EPISODE III–THE ONE AND ONLY OFFICIAL SCREENPLAY, available exclusively in ebook format, including scenes that did not appear in the movie itself!

This is the complete, final screenplay written by George Lucas,...


Cinema Studies: The Key Concepts

by Susan Hayward

Cinema Studies: The Key Concepts is the essential A-Z guide for any student of film. Genres, movements, theories, production terms, and more are introduced in over 200 easy-to-read entries ranging from brief...


Once Upon a Time in Paradise: Canadians in the Golden Age of Hollywood

by Charles Foster

During Hollywoods Golden Age, a bevy of talented Canadians earned important roles in the motion picture industry.


The Life and Music of Eric Coates

by Payne

Eric Coates (1886-1957) is perhaps the most familiar name associated with British light music, with his memorable tunes including the openings to the BBC's In Town Tonight, Desert Island Discs and The Forsyte...


Civilized Violence: Subjectivity, Gender and Popular Cinema

by Hansen-Miller

Civilized Violence provides a social and historical explanation for the popular appeal of cinema violence. Drawing on a range of disciplines, Hansen-Miller explains how Modern society has concealed and denied...


Becoming Jack Nicholson: The Masculine Persona from Easy Rider to The Shining

by Shaun R. Karli

Examining eight films produced between 1969 and 1980, this book explores how the actor and the filmmakers played upon audience expectations of “Jack Nicholson” to challenge prevailing attitudes about masculinity...


An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood

by Neal Gabler

Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Award for history, this "wonderful history of the golden age of the movie moguls" (Chicago Tribune ) is a provocative, original, and richly entertaining group biography of...


If You Like Led Zeppelin...: Here Are Over 200 Bands, Films, Records, and Other Oddities That You Will Love

by Dave Thompson

(If You Like). It was, and it remains, the greatest rock band the world has ever seen, a giant from the moment of its inception until long after its demise. Even today, more than 30 years after its final flight,...


An Askew View 2: The Films of Kevin Smith - Revised and Updated Edition

by John Kenneth Muir

(Applause Books). In the year 2002, An Askew View: The Films of Kevin Smith was the first book to gaze at the cinema of one of New Jersey's favorite sons, the independent and controversial auteur of Clerks (1994),...


Precocious Charms: Stars Performing Girlhood in Classical Hollywood Cinema

by Gaylyn Studlar

In Precocious Charms, Gaylyn Studlar examines how Hollywood presented female stars as young girls or girls on the verge of becoming women. Child stars are part of this study but so too are adult actresses who...