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Cinema at the Periphery

Edited by Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, and Belén Vidal

Highlights the industries, markets, identities, and histories that distinguish cinema beyond the traditional hubs of mainstream Western cinema.

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Published: March 2010
ISBN: 9780814333884
eBOOK
Published: March 2010
ISBN: 9780814336946

The Films of Hal Ashby

Christopher Beach

Analyzes the films and filmmaking career of director Hal Ashby, placing his work in the cultural context of filmmaking in the 1970s.

Paperback
Published: September 2009
ISBN: 9780814334157
eBOOK
Published: September 2009
ISBN: 9780814335420

A Newscast for the Masses

The History of Detroit Television News

Tim Kiska

Explores the development of local television news and the economic and social factors that elevated it to prominence.

Paperback
Published: February 2009
ISBN: 9780814333020

After Kieslowski

The Legacy of Krzysztof Kieslowski

Edited by Steven Woodward

Traces the legacy of Krzysztof Kieslowski in films made after his death using his scripts or ideas and in the work of other filmmakers.

Paperback
Published: February 2009
ISBN: 9780814333266

Sex and the City

Deborah Jermyn

Examines the full run of Sex and the City and its production background, place in television history, innovations to the genre, and reception.

Paperback
Published: January 2009
ISBN: 9780814332887
eBOOK
Published: January 2009
ISBN: 9780814335642

Red Riding Hood for All Ages

A Fairy-Tale Icon in Cross-Cultural Contexts

Sandra L. Beckett

A global study of modern adaptations for readers of all ages of Little Red Riding Hood.

Paperback
Published: September 2008
ISBN: 9780814333068

Some Day Your Witch Will Come

Kay Stone

Collects nearly thirty years of major work by noted writer and folklore scholar Kay Stone.

Paperback
Published: June 2008
ISBN: 9780814332863

Script Culture and the American Screenplay

Kevin Alexander Boon

By considering the screenplay as a literary object worthy of critical inquiry, this volume breaks new ground in film studies.

Paperback
Published: January 2008
ISBN: 9780814332634
eBOOK
Published: January 2008
ISBN: 9780814335710

The Flip Wilson Show

Meghan Sutherland

Analyzes the social, political, and institutional context of The Flip Wilson Show, which ran on NBC between 1970 and 1974.

Paperback
Published: January 2008
ISBN: 9780814332528
eBOOK
Published: January 2008
ISBN: 9780814335758

Disney TV

J. P. Telotte

A historical account of the context, impact, and legacy of one of the most successful series in American television history.

Paperback
Published: March 2004
ISBN: 9780814330845
eBOOK
Published: March 2004
ISBN: 9780814337639

Mythologies of Violence in Postmodern Media

Edited by Christopher Sharrett

This anthology examines a number of issues related to violence within the media landscape.

Paperback
Published: September 1999
ISBN: 9780814327425

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