A Companion to Film Theory
Toby Miller, Robert Stam
John Wiley & Sons, May 21, 2004 - Performing Arts - 428 pages
This volume of specially commissioned work by experts in the field of film studies provides a comprehensive overview of the field. Its international and interdisciplinary approach will have a broad appeal to those interested in this multifaceted subject.
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A Companion to Film Theory provides the ideal reference source for students of film theory in departments of cultural studies, media studies, literature, and sociology.
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