World Cinema Since 1945

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Ungar, 1987 - Performing Arts - 708 pages
Discusses events in the world of film since the end of World War II, analysing various aspects of the scene such as politics and government policy, marketing shifts, new technologies, and the growing impact of television

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Perhaps because what constitutes an adequate methodology for writing film history remains unsettled, these essays by 24 writers have varying success in explaining the development of film in the more ... Read full review

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