Film Study: An Analytical Bibliography, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1990 - Performing Arts - 4 pages
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The four volumes of Film Study include a fresh approach to each of the basic categories in the original edition. Volume one examines the film as film; volume two focuses on the thematic approach to film; volume three draws on the history of film; and volume four contains extensive appendices listing film distributors, sources, and historical information as well as an index of authors, titles, and film personalities.
  

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Contents

IDEOLOGY VERSUS ENTERTAINMENT
455
THE FEMINIST APPROACH 485
465
2302
492
THIRD WORLD NATIONS 2189
506
THE PLEASURE FACTOR
527
THE MULTIPLE ROLE OF MOVIES
534
THE NATURE OF STEREOTYPING
541
ISRAEL 2169
553

THE COMMERCIAL FILM INDUSTRY
56
FILM FORM AND FUNCTION
93
FILM CRITICISM AND THEORY
119
A REPRESENTATIVE PERIOD OF AMERICAN FILM 19131919 1358
122
FRANCE IN THE POSTWAR YEARS 19451955 1991
141
MACK SENNETT 1409
142
A REPRESENTATIVE GENRE OF THE FILM
173
THE EHRENPRE1S MODEL
181
JAPAN IN THE SILENT ERA 18961930 1731
196
DEFINITION
199
SOVIET UNION 1865
204
PROPAGANDA
207
THE STAR SYSTEM 1434
209
THE DOCUMENTARY FILM IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA 19291940 1869
212
THE SOVIET FILMS 18961929 1643
213
CHINA 2163
226
SWITZERLAND 2189
246
HISTORICAL EVIDENCE
252
SERIALS 1455
272
THE DOCUMENTARY WAR FILM
279
SOUND COMES TO AMERICA 19271941 1744
286
CUBA 2163
299
THE ITALIAN FASCIST CINEMA 19291944 1872
310
JAPAN IN THE POSTWAR PERIOD 19451957 2014
345
JAPAN AND THE TALKIES 19311945 1885
363
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2164
378
OTHER STUDIES ON GENRES
380
GREECE 2186
383
HUNGARY 2166
412
A SELECTED LIST OF PUBLISHERS 2287
424
STEREOTYPING IN FILM
435
INDIA 2167
453
U S MOTION PICTURE THEATRES BOX OFFICE 2302
564
THE FRENCH GERMAN BRITISH AND SOVIET FEATURE FILM 19291940 1808
567
THE TRANSITION YEARS 19551989 2032
569
PSYCHOANALYSIS AND FILM
577
UNITED STATES 2034
580
THE FILM INDUSTRY 808
606
FILM THEATERS 1506
607
APPROACHING THE HISTORY OF FILM 1509
643
JAPAN 2178
675
LATIN AMERICA 2177
697
THE FILM AUDIENCE
704
FILM ORIGINS 1579
732
THE PIONEER YEARS 18961914 1599
750
SUBJECT INDEX 2700
768
MEXICO 2178
771
THE HEROINE
786
THE HERO
800
SOCIAL DISTORTIONS
813
GERMANY 1828
828
NOVELS AND FILMS 1296
840
POLAND 2179
845
AFRICANAMERICANS IN HOLLYWOOD FILMS
851
THE AMERICAN FILM 19141918 1021
852
BOOKS 2179
860
SOVIET UNION 2181
917
SPAIN 2182
930
FILM AND CENSORSHIP
953
2240
956
AFTERWORD
968
COMING TO TERMS WITH SELF 982
974
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