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178 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1 Mergers and Acquisitions: The Quest for Synergy 2 Production: Tentpoles and Franchises 3 Distribution: Open Wide 4 Exhibition: Upgrading Moviegoing 5 Ancillary Markets: Shattered Windows 6 Independents: 'To the Rear and Back End' Conclusion References and Further Reading Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844573806 20160611
Hollywood is facing unprecedented challenges - and is changing rapidly and radically as a result. In this major new study of the contemporary film industry, leading film historian Tino Balio explores the impact of the Internet, declining DVD sales and changing consumer spending habits on the way Hollywood conducts its business. Today, the major studios play an insignificant role in the bottom lines of their conglomerate parents and have fled to safety, relying on big-budget tentpoles, franchises and family films to reach their target audiences. Comprehensive, compelling and filled with engaging case studies (TimeWarner, DreamWorks SKG, Spider Man, The Lord of the Rings, IMAX, Netflix, Miramax, Sony Pictures Classics, Lionsgate and Sundance), Hollywood in the New Millennium is a must-read for all students of film studies, cinema studies, media studies, communication studies, and radio and television.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844573806 20160611
Green Library
Book
xii, 178 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Acknowledgments Notes on Contributors Preface PART ONE: CRITICISM Shadow Play and Dripping Teat: The Night of the Hunter (1955)-- T.Gunning Between Melodrama and Realism: Under the Skin of the City (2001)-- L.Mulvey Internalising the Musical: The Band Wagon (1953)-- A.Klevan The Visitor's Discarded Clothes in Theorem (1968)-- S.Bruzzi Style and Sincerity in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)-- J.Walters The Moves: Blood (1989)-- A.Martin The Properties of Images: Lust for Life (1956)-- S.Neale Two Views Over Water: Action and Absorption in Ingmar Bergman's Wild Strawberries (1957)-- E.Gallafent Making an Entrance: Bette Davis's First Appearance in Jezebel (1938)-- M.Shingler A Narrative Parenthesis in Life is Beautiful (1997)-- D.Thomas The End of Summer: Conte d'ete (1996)-- J.Leigh Enter Lisa: Rear Window (1954)-- D.Pye Opening Up The Secret Garden (1993)-- S.Smith A Magnified Meeting in Written on the Wind (1956)-- S.Peacock 'Everything is connected, and everything matters': Relationships in I [heart] Huckabees (2004)-- J.Gibbs The Ending of 8 A (1963)-- R.Dyer PART TWO: HISTORY Haptic Vision and Consumerism: a Moment from Fritz Lang's Siegfried (1924)-- T.Elsaesser Visions of Sound: City Lights (1931)-- C.Barr 'Entertainment and dystopia': Maurice Chevalier Performs Avec le sourire (1936)-- T.Brown Music, Crime and the Gaze: La Bete humaine (1938)-- G.Vincendeau Thunder and Lightning: Gone with the Wind (1939) and the Logic of Synchronisation-- R.Altman Hearing, Fearing: the Sonic Design of Suspense in Cat People (1942)-- H.Hanson 'I've seen him take his knife!': The Searchers (1956)-- R.J.Ellis Another Story: Myth and History in Bonnie and Clyde (1967)-- P.Cook A Sculptural Moment: the Epilogue to Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent (1971)-- M.Broughton Star Wars (1977): Back and Forth in Time and Space-- J.Bignell Between Freedom and Confinement: Music in The World (2004)-- C.Gorbman PART THREE: THEORY Performance, with Strings Attached: Team America's (2004) Snub to the Actor-- A.Clayton Aeloge de l'amour (2001): Moments in Time-- A.Butler Contested Endings: Interpreting The Piano's (1993) Final Scenes-- B.Klinger Mourning, Loss and Trauma, and the Ambiguities of Proper and Improper Desire in Exotica (1994)-- E.Cowie Stepping Out of Blockbuster Mode: the Lighting of the Beacons in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)-- K.Thompson Dorothy's Dream: Mindscreen in The Wizard of Oz (1939)-- B.F.Kawin Looking On and Looking the Other Way: Hotel Rwanda (2004) and the Racialised Ethics of Spectatorship-- M.Aaron Working Through the Body: Textual-Corporeal Strategies in United 93 (2006)-- L.Purse 'I wasn't expecting that!': Cognition and Shock in Alien's (1979) Chestburster Scene-- J.Frome The Inflection of a Dream in Scarlet Street (1945)-- G.M.Wilson Judy's Plan: a Reading of the 'Flashback' Sequence in Vertigo (1958)-- W.Rothman Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844573363 20160605
i"?Film is made of moments. In its earliest form, the cinema was a moment: mere seconds recorded and projected into the darkness. Even as film has developed into today's complex and intricate medium, it is the brief, temporary and transitory that combines to create the whole. Our memories of films are composed of the moments we deem to be crucial: touchstones for our understanding and appreciation. Moments matter. The 38 specially commissioned essays in Film Moments examine a wide selection of key scenes across a broad spectrum of national cinemas, historical periods and genres, featuring films by renowned auteurs including Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir and Vincente Minnelli and important contemporary directors such as Pedro Costa, Zhang Ke Jia and Quentin Tarantino, addressing films including City Lights, Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, The Night of the Hunter, Wild Strawberries, 8 1a 2, Bonnie and Clyde, Star Wars, Conte d'ete, United 93 and Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Film Moments provides both an enlightening introduction for students to the diversity of approaches and concerns in the study of film, and a dynamic and vibrant account of key film sequences for anyone interested in enhancing their understanding of cinema.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844573363 20160605
Green Library
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1 videodisc (85 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Youth and education. Audley Range School, Blackburn; Special march past of St. Joseph's scholars and special parade of St. Matthew's pupils, Blackburn; Morecomb Church lad's brigade at drill; University procession on degree day, Birmingham
  • Anglo-Boer War. Torpedo flotilla visit to Manchester; Lord Roberts' visit to Manchester; Lieutenant Clive Wilson and the Tranby Croft party, Hull; Opening of the drill hall in Accrington by Gen. Baden-Powell; A sneaky Boer
  • Workers. Messrs. Lumb and Co. leaving the works, Hudderston; Pendlebury Colliery; 20,000 employees entering Lord Armstrong's Elswick Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Alfred Butterworth and Sons, Glebe Mills, Hollinwood; Parkgate Iron and Steel Co., Rotherham; North Sea fisheries, North Shields; Cunard vessel at Liverpool
  • High days and holidays. Whitsuntide fair at Preston; Manchester Band of Hope procession; Blackpool Victoria Pier; Leeds Athletic and Cycling Club carnival; Dewsbury vs. Manningham; Sedgwick's bioscope show front
  • The great local derby: Accrington v. Church cricket match; Halifax Catholic procession; Burnley vs. Manchester United; Sheffield United vs. Bury; Preston egg rolling
  • People and places. Living Wigan; Tram ride into Halifax; Electric tram rides from Foster Square, Bradford; Jamaica St., Glasgow; Ride on the tramcar through Belfast; Wexford Bull Ring; Manchester street scene; Panoramic view of the Morecomb sea front.
January 31, 1971. More than 125 vietnam veterans, representing every major combat unit to see action, gathered in detroit to heal a nationand themselves. Winter soldier, the documentary of this event, remains to this day a remarkable plea for peace.
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