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Kim Ki-duk

by Hye Seung Chung

This study investigates the controversial motion pictures written and directed by the independent filmmaker Kim Ki-duk, one of the most acclaimed Korean auteurs in the English-speaking world. Propelled by underdog...


Albert Maysles

by Joe McElhaney

Albert Maysles has created some of the most influential documentaries of the postwar period. Such films as Salesman, Gimme Shelter, and Grey Gardens continue to generate intense debate about the ethics and aesthetics...


The Devil You Dance with: Film Culture in the New South Africa

by Audrey Thomas McCluskey

South African film culture, like so much of its public life, has undergone a tremendous transformation during its first decade of democracy. Filmmakers, once in exile, banned, or severely restricted, have returned...


German Film After Germany: Toward a Transnational Aesthetic

by Randall Halle

What is the work of film in the age of transnational production? To answer that question, Randall Halle focuses on the film industry of Germany, one of Europe's largest film markets and one of the world's largest...


Jerry Lewis

by Chris Fujiwara

Well known for his slapstick comedic style, Jerry Lewis has also delighted worldwide movie audiences with a directing career spanning five decades. One of American cinema's great innovators, Lewis made unmistakably...


Citizen Spielberg

by Lester D. Friedman

Steven Spielberg is the director or producer of over one third of the thirty highest grossing films of all time, yet most film scholars dismiss him as little more than a modern P. T. Barnum--a technically gifted...


Journalism in the Movies

by Matthew C. Ehrlich

Now in paperback, Matthew C. Ehrlichs Journalism in the Movies is the story of Hollywoods depiction of American journalism from the start of the sound era to the present. Ehrlich argues that films have relentlessly...


Universal Women: Filmmaking and Institutional Change in Early Hollywood

by Mark Garrett Cooper

Between 1912 and 1919, the Universal Film Manufacturing Company credited eleven women with directing at least 170 films, but by the mid-1920s all of these directors had left Universal and only one still worked...


Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

by Celestino Deleyto & Maria del Mar Azcona

This in-depth study of Mexican film director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu explores his role in moving Mexican filmmaking from a traditional nationalist agenda toward a more global focus. Working in the United...


Jacques Rivette

by Mary M. Wiles

As a pioneer of the French New Wave, Jacques Rivette was one of a group of directors who permanently altered the world's perception of cinema by taking the camera out of the studios and into the streets. His...


Scripting Hitchcock: Psycho, the Birds, and Marnie

by Walter Raubicheck & Walter Srebnick

Scripting Hitchcock explores the collaborative process between Alfred Hitchcock and the screenwriters he hired to write the scripts for three of his greatest films: Psycho, The Birds, and Marnie. Drawing from...


Hollywood's Italian American Filmmakers: Capra, Scorsese, Savoca, Coppola, and Tarantino

by Jonathan J. Cavallero

Hollywood's Italian American Filmmakers explores the different ways in which Italian American directors from the 1920s to the present have responded to their ethnicity. Jonathan J. Cavallero examines the films...


Hal Hartley

by Mark L. Berrettini

Since the late 1980s, Hal Hartley has challenged standards of realist narrative cinema with daring narrative constructions, character development, and the creation of an unconventional visual world. In this...


Peep Shows: Cult Film and the Cine-Erotic

by Xavier Mendik

From mediations on explicit imagery and profiles of prominent performers to discussions of national nudities and the titillating thrills of new technologies, cine-erotica has become a significant and subversive...


"Have You Seen . . . ?"

by David Thomson

In 1975, David Thomson published his Biographical Dictionary of Film, and few film books have enjoyed better press or such steady sales.

Now, thirty-three years later, we have the companion volume, a second book...


Terrence Malick and the Thought of Film

by Steven Rybin

Terrence Malick and the Thought of Film explores how the experience of viewing Terrence Malick's films enables imaginative acts of philosophical interpretation. Useful for both professional philosophers interested...


The Filmmaker's Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide for the Digital Age: 2013 Edition

by Steven Ascher & Edward Pincus

2008 Edition The authoritative guide to funding, preparing, shooting, lighting, editing, finishing and distributing your film or video

Widely acknowledged as the "bible" of film and video production and used...


Monty Python's Flying Circus: An Utterly Complete, Thoroughly Unillustrated, Absolutely Unauthorized Guide to Possibly All the References

by Darl Larsen

Known for its outrageous humor, occasionally controversial content, and often silly spirit, Monty Python's Flying Circus poked fun at nearly everything. Indeed, many of the allusions and references in the program...


Spielberg: The Man, the Movies, the Mythology

by Frank Sanello

This unauthorized biography recounts Speilberg's childhood, education, career, philanthropic endeavors and his latest filmmaking efforts.


Late Godard and the Possibilities of Cinema

by Daniel Morgan

With Late Godard and the Possibilities of Cinema, Daniel Morgan makes a significant contribution to scholarship on Jean-Luc Godard, especially his films and videos since the late 1980s, some of the most notoriously...