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vii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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2. Beyond scenography [2019]

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vi, 155 pages ; 29 cm
  • Acknowledgments Introduction Scenography as theatre-making Theatre after cinema Scenography after performance Chapter outline Chapter 1: Place Orientation, Scenic Politics and Scenographics Scenes and Scenic Politics Scenographics Othering Tactics Chapter 2: Scenography and the Anglophone theatres The first adoption of scenography Continental differences pre-1960 The second adoption of scenography Sound and costume as scenography Chapter 3: Scenography beyond scenographers Mise en scene and scenography Whose scenography? Beyond dramaturgy and choreography Expanded scene design? Chapter 4: Scenography Happens The time of scenography Scenography is not set Gecko's MISSING set Chapter 5: Scenographic Worlding Stage Geographies Stage Ideologies Scenography beyond stages? Stage-Scenes beyond vision Chapter 6: Scenographic Cultures Installation Art and Scenographic Scale Interior Design and Scenographic Behaviours Marketing and Scenographic Seduction Gardening and Scenographic Curation Protest and Scenographic Activism Chapter 7: Scenographic Architecture Fast Architecture Trompe l'oeil and Scenographic Propaganda Potemkin Villages and Scenographic Placemaking Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138785069 20181008
Focused on the contemporary Anglophone adoption from the 1960s onwards, Beyond Scenography explores the porous state of contemporary theatre-making to argue a critical distinction between scenography (as a crafting of place orientation) and scenographics (that which orientate acts of worlding, of staging). With sections on installation art and gardening as well as marketing and placemaking, this book is an argument for what scenography does: how assemblages of scenographic traits orientate, situate, and shape staged events. Established stage orthodoxies are revisited - including the symbiosis of stage and scene and the aesthetic ideology of 'the scenic' - to propose how scenographics are formative to all staged events. Consequently, one of the conclusions of this book is that there is no theatre practice without scenography, no stages without scenographics. Beyond Scenography offers a manifesto for a renewed theory of scenographic practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138785069 20181008
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xxv, 293 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • A beginner's guide to the television industry
  • The life cycle of a television series
  • The intellectual property context of television (or, when do you need to acquire underlying rights?)
  • Underlying rights agreements
  • Talent agreements
  • Backend
  • Exclusive studio-talent relationships
  • Network and streaming licenses and studio co-production agreements
  • Sample economic model
  • Unscripted television.
In this book, esteemed television executive and Harvard lecturer Ken Basin offers a comprehensive overview of the business, financial, and legal structure of the U.S. television industry, as well as its dealmaking norms. Written for working or aspiring creative professionals who want to better understand the entertainment industry - as well as for executives, agents, managers, and lawyers looking for a reference guide - The Business of Television presents a readable, in-depth introduction to rights and talent negotiations, intellectual property, backend deals, licensing, streaming platforms, international production, and much more. The book also includes breakdowns after each chapter summarizing deal points and points of negotiation, a glossary, a list of referenced cases, and a wealth of real-world examples to help readers put the material into context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815368649 20181008
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xxv, 293 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Disclaimer How to Use this Book Preamble Introduction CHAPTER 1: A Beginner's Guide to the Television Industry CHAPTER 2: The Life Cycle of a Television Series CHAPTER 3: The Intellectual Property Context of Television (Or, When Do You Need to Acquire Underlying Rights?) CHAPTER 4: Underlying Rights Agreements CHAPTER 5: Talent Agreements CHAPTER 6: Backend CHAPTER 7: Exclusive Studio-Talent Relationships CHAPTER 8: Network and Streaming Licenses and Studio Co-Production Agreements CHAPTER 9: Sample Economic Model CHAPTER 10: Unscripted Television Conclusion Glossary Bibliography/Case Listing Acknowledgements Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815368663 20181008
In this book, esteemed television executive and Harvard lecturer Ken Basin offers a comprehensive overview of the business, financial, and legal structure of the U.S. television industry, as well as its dealmaking norms. Written for working or aspiring creative professionals who want to better understand the entertainment industry - as well as for executives, agents, managers, and lawyers looking for a reference guide - The Business of Television presents a readable, in-depth introduction to rights and talent negotiations, intellectual property, backend deals, licensing, streaming platforms, international production, and much more. The book also includes breakdowns after each chapter summarizing deal points and points of negotiation, a glossary, a list of referenced cases, and a wealth of real-world examples to help readers put the material into context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815368663 20181008
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xiii, 253 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction by Diana Diamond, Ph.D. The art and angst of viewing Holocaust films by Bruce Sklarew, M.D. Six Million and One: A documentary by Anna Ornstein, M.D. Between forgetting and remembering: Two films of Alain Resnais by Lissa Weinstein, Ph.D. The Pawnbroker by Robert Winer, M.D. Multiplicity, Dissociation and Mentalization in Hannah Arendt by Pam Katz and Margarethe von Trotta by Diana Diamond, Ph.D. and Elliot Jurist, Ph.D. From Shoah to Son of Saul: Cinematic Traces and Intergenerational Dialogues by Catherine Portuges, Ph.D. Son of Saul: The remains of civilization by Clara Mucci, Ph.D. Sadomasochistic regression in The Night Porter by Bruce H. Sklarew, M.D. To know or not to know? Common themes in Ida and The Flat by Emanuel Berman, Ph.D. Inheriting Nazisim: Refelections on the film Two or Three Things I Know about Him by Regine Waintrater, Ph.D. Discussion by Nanette Auerhahn, Ph.D. and Dori Laub, M.D.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138306967 20181022
An international group of psychoanalysts and film scholars address the enduring emotional legacy of the Holocaust in Cinematic Reflections on the Legacy of the Holocaust: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Particular focus is given to how second and third generation survivors have explored and confronted the psychic reverberations of Holocaust trauma in cinema. This book focuses on how film is particularly suited to depict Holocaust experiences with vividness and immediacy. The similarity of moving images and sound to our dream experience allows access to unconscious processing. Film has the potential to reveal the vast panorama of Holocaust history as well as its intrapsychic reverberations. Yet despite the recent prominence of Holocaust films, documentaries, and TV series as well as scholarly books and memoirs, these works lack a psychoanalytic optic that elucidates themes such as the repetition compulsion, survival guilt, disturbances in identity, and disruption of mourning that are underlying leitmotifs. Cinematic Reflections on the Legacy of the Holocaust will be of great interest to psychoanalysts and therapists as well as to scholars in trauma, film, and Jewish studies. It is also of interest to those concerned with the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities and their long-term effects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138306967 20181022
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1 online resource.
An authoritative guide to African cinema with contributions from a team of experts on the topic A Companion to African Cinema offers an overview of critical approaches to African cinema. With contributions from an international panel of experts, the Companion approaches the topic through the lens of cultural studies, contemporary transformations in the world order, the rise of globalization, film production, distribution, and exhibition. This volume represents a new approach to African cinema criticism that once stressed the sociological and sociopolitical aspects of a film. The text explores a wide range of broad topics including: cinematic economics, video movies, life in cinematic urban Africa, reframing human rights, as well as more targeted topics such as the linguistic domestication of Indian films in the Hausa language and the importance of female African filmmakers and their successes in overcoming limitations caused by gender inequality. The book also highlights a comparative perspective of African videoscapes of Southern Nigeria, Ethiopia, and C te d'Ivoire and explores the rise of Nairobi-based Female Filmmakers. This important resource: Puts the focus on critical analyses that take into account manifestations of the political changes brought by neocolonialism and the waning of the cold war Explores Examines the urgent questions raised by commercial video about globalization Addresses issues such as funding, the acquisition of adequate production technologies and apparatuses, and the development of adequately trained actors Written for film students and scholars, A Companion to African Cinema offers a look at new critical approaches to African cinema.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119100317 20181022
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xxii, 170 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Table of Contents List of Illustrations Foreword by Carol Lingwood Acknowledgements List of contributors: Introduction The Costume Supervisor as Facilitator Structure of the Book Chapter 1 What does a Costume Supervisor do? The Theatre Team Structure Defining the Role Chapter 2 Different Types and Genres of Production Large Scale Production of a Classic Twentieth Century Play Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Modern British Musical Pantomime in a Large Provincial Theatre Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Student Faculty Production of a Restoration Comedy in a Site Responsive Venue Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Chapter 3 Developing Good Communication Skills Getting Hired First Design Meeting with Director, Designer and Production manager Listening Chapter 4 Setting Up Your Team Leadership Costume Roles and Responsibilities Setting up the Finance and Cash Flow for Your Production Chapter 5 Budgeting Creating a Costing Sheet Estimating Fabric Quantities Accessing Cash for Shopping Expeditions Receipt Management Purchase Orders Chapter 6 First Rehearsal and creating the Costume Bible First Rehearsal Taking Accurate Measurements and Etiquette Rules to be Observed When Measuring Actors Recording Information in the Costume Bible Chapter 7 Sourcing: Construct, Hire or Buy? Costume Hire Stores Shopping Chapter 8 Managing the Rehearsal Process Fittings Creating a Calm Fitting Space Chapter 9 Pre- tech rehearsal Tech Week Working with the Running Wardrobe Team Epilogue: Final Thoughts Appendices Appendix 1 Fabric Identification Guide Appendix 2 The Costume Supervisor's Contract Appendix 3 Gender Specific Measurement Forms Table Appendix.3.1 [Male Measurement Form] Table Appendix.3.2 [Female Measurement Form] Appendix 4 Sizing Guides Table Appendix.4.1 [Male Suit Size Guide] Table Appendix.4.2 [Female Size Guide] Table Appendix.4.3[Shoe size Guide] Table Appendix.4.4 [Glove size Guide] Appendix 5 Basic Excel Instructions Bibliography: Notes: Production Credits: Glossary of Terms: Useful Addresses: Index: List of Illustrations with Figure Captions, Cases, Illustrations, or Tables Authors Biography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138182608 20181015
The Costume Supervisor's Toolkit explores the responsibilities of a Costume Supervisor within a theatrical, opera or dance production company. Rebecca Pride provides an insight into all manner of processes, beginning with a definition of the role, and offers explanations of the timeline from the first design meetings, leading all the way up to managing fittings and final rehearsals. This how-to guide outlines best working practices, including building a team and creating a Costume Bible, whilst also providing helpful resources such as sizing guides, a list of useful addresses, and case studies from renowned theatrical organizations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138182608 20181015
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xii, 243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction 1. Research: Choosing Your Story Archive or Third-Party Materials 2. Pre-Production Inspiration / Early Analysis and Prep Equipment 3. How to Choose Documentary Genres The Essay Film 4. Budget Filmmakers' Costs Production Insurance and Legal Finishing Costs Example Budgets 5. Production Releases The Look of the Production Crew Filming BTS Interviews Tracking the Details Editing While Filming 6. Funding Person Rewards Non-Profits and Other Communities Our Goal 7. Social Media and Print Assets Social Media Key Art Website Trailer 8. Crowdfunding Think of Your Strategy and What Crowdfunding Can Do for You Lead Time Outreach/Reaching People Making Strangers Your Funders and Your Audience Then and Now Pre-Launch Team Motivate Yourself as Well as Your Team Why Kickstarter over Other Platforms Press Key Art - Postcards/Kickstarter Video/Kickstarter Page Crowdfunding Homepage Video Rewards and Funding Level Metrics Content to Share Facebook Groups Launch Going Live First-Week Shares During the Campaign Emails Test Screenings Crowdfunding Platform Updates Social Media Your Twitter Influencers Further Rewards Cross-Promoting Content Thanks Last Few Days Results What Would I Have Done Differently Think Outside the Green Blob Well Done 9. The Edit Story Beats and Structure Voice Over Good Narration Say it Less, Say it Better, Say it in the Best Possible Way to Advance Your Story Music and Sound Finishing and Assembly 10. Case Study - Cartel Land Edit 11. Copyright Law, Third-Party Material, Archive Music Third-Party Materials Public Domain Fair Use Privacy Releases When a Release Isn't Possible Editors and Omissions Insurance Journalism Hidden Cameras, Phone Calls and Door Stepping Satirical Works Trespassing Recreations 12. Brain Trusts, Test Screenings, and Outreach 13. In Conversation with: Fork Films Funder-- Women Make Movies Distributor-- DOC NYC Festival-- PBS POV Television Strand Exhibitor Funder: Fork Films DOC NYC Festival Women Make Movies Distributor TV Network - PBS and POV America Reframed on The World Channel Independent Lens or POV or Both? Funders/Sponsorship/Advocacy, Etc. Shorts Digital Platform - POV Digital 14. Festivals Applying/Premiering Premier Night Distributors at Film Festivals The Festival Circuit Press at Festivals 25 Tips for the First-Time Feature Director on the Festival Circuit 15. Distribution (or Selling and Income) National International Our Deal Semi-Theatrical/Non-Theatrical Distribution Educational 16. Theatrical Theatres in our Theatrical Run 17. Press and Marketing Theatrical Marketing and Press Reviewers Blogs Overall 18. TV and Streaming Digital Streaming US TV Networks US TV Network Opportunities European TV Networks BBC Storyville 19. In Conclusion Special Thanks Appendix Useful Links Film Festival Short List 100 Documentary Films Release Forms About the Author.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138070882 20181022
The Documentary Filmmaker's Roadmap is a concise and practical guide to making a feature-length documentary film-from funding to production to distribution, exhibition and marketing. Using her award-winning film Musicwood-a New York Times Critics' Pick-as a case study, director Maxine Trump guides the reader through the complex lifecycle of the documentary Film. Her interviews with lawyers, funders, distributors, TV executives and festival programmers provide a behind-the-scenes look that will assist readers on their own filmmaking journey. Written from the perspective of a successful documentary filmmaker, the book covers mistakes made and lessons learned, a discussion on the documentary genre, crowdfunding, pre-production through post, test screenings, the festival circuit distribution, legal pitfalls, fair use and more. Perfect for documentary filmmaking students and aspiring filmmakers alike, this book emphasizes the skills needed to succeed in a competitive production market. An appendix includes useful web links for further study, a list of films for recommended viewing and sample release forms. This concise guide is ideal for the classroom or as a quick reference out in the field, at a budget meeting or in the editing room.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138070882 20181022
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xxi, 316 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • PrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorChapter 1: Audience-Centric Journalism Media and Media Users Today Defining Your Audience What Do We Owe Our Audience? What Attracts an Audience? The Big ThreeChapter 2: Critical Thinking How Do We Think? The Requirements of Critical Thought How to Approach a Story as a Critical Thinker Critical Thought and the Value of Your Questions The Big ThreeChapter 3: Basics of Writing A Quick Look at Types of Leads Identifying Problematic Leads and Potential Fixes The Inverted Pyramid: Ordering Information After the Lead Quotes: Letting Your Sources Tell the Story Attributing Your Information The Big ThreeChapter 4: Expanded News Writing Expanding the Inverted Pyramid Writing With a Narrative Feel Nonlinear Storytelling The Big ThreeChapter 5: Social Media What Is Social Media? Value of Social Media Social Media Tools for Your Toolbox Blogging The Big ThreeChapter 6: Interviewing Critically Thinking About Interviewing's Purpose Understanding the Interviewing Basics Types of Interviews Other Purposes for Interviews The Big ThreeChapter 7: Basic Reporting: News That Finds You Reporting Basics Event Coverage Basic Tips for All Event Stories Stories Beyond Standard Events The Big ThreeChapter 8: Beyond Basic Reporting: News You Have to Find The News Feature: How to Find Stories in Everyday Life Beat Reporting Personality Profiles Working as a Watchdog The Big ThreeChapter 9: Broadcast-Style Writing and Voicing Broadcast Style: Different, Yet the Same Script Writing 101 The Basic Elements of Broadcast Structure Story Types and Formats The Big ThreeChapter 10: Collecting Audio and Visuals in the Field Tools of the Trade Types of Material You Gather Capturing Vivid Visuals Making Your Video Valuable The Big ThreeChapter 11: Editing Audio and Video Audio Bites Online Video Bites Online Pairing Script and Video Building a Story From Start to Finish The Big ThreeChapter 12: Law and the Media Understanding the First Amendment Law Across Media Platforms: Levels of Protection Reporter's Privilege Let the Sunshine In: Rules for Transparency and Access Rules for Recording The Basics of Libel Defenses Against Libel Invasion of Privacy The Big ThreeChapter 13: Ethics Why Ethics Matter Basic Approaches to Ethics Tenets of Journalistic Ethics Accountability The Big ThreeAPPENDIX A: Using FOCII to Build Your LeadsAPPENDIX B: Resumes, Cover Letters and MoreAPPENDIX C: A Deeper Dig Into FOIA and State Public Records LawsAPPENDIX D: Step-by-Step Editing Processes for Avid, Final Cut and PremierGlossaryNotesIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781506344744 20180226
Journalists in today's media environment require a skill set that can be adapted to a variety of media. Dynamics of News Reporting and Writing: Foundational Skills for a Digital Age teaches students the foundational skills they need to successfully report and write the news in an evolving digital landscape. Author Vince F. Filak offers guidance on the essential skills of the industry while weaving in the "how-to's" of writing digital news. Recognizing that well-crafted stories are founded on sharp prose, this new text covers the foundational elements of newswriting, such as lead writing, structure, and storytelling while also teaching students how to think critically and determine what matters most to their readers. Key Features: An audience-centric approach encourages students to understand why and how news is relevant to the lives of their readers before they even start digging into their stories. "Write Now! Exercises" provide students with an opportunity to immediately practice the core set of skills they have just learned and apply these skills to various platforms. "Consider This" debates spark classroom discussions by encouraging students to take a closer look at a current issue or ideological dilemma and make a valid case for their position. "Thoughts from a Pro" offer students an up-close look at a specific aspect of reporting and writing from a professional who is plying their trade each day.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781506344744 20180226
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v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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viii, 258 pages ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgments Introduction Kitty Millet (San Francisco State University, USA) I. The Transcendental and Transcendence 1. Rewriting Grand Narratives as a Supratemporal Mystical Competition: Illustrations from Dante, Rabelais, Cervantes, Goethe, Proust, Mann, and Joyce Gerald Gillespie (Stanford University, USA) 2. "Clearer Awareness of the ... Crisis": Erich Auerbach's Radical Relativism and the "Rich Tensions" of the Historical Imperative Geoffrey Green (San Francisco State University, USA) 3. Secularism and Post-Secularism Wlad Godzich (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA) II. Literature 4. Redemptive Readings between Maurice Blanchot and Franz Rosenzweig Shawna Vesco (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA) 5. "So What If You Are Big?": Divisive Identities and the Ethics of Pluralism in Medieval Indian Literatures of Devotion Ipshita Chanda (Jadavpur University, India, and Georgetown University, USA) 6. Alterity and the Ethics of the Novel in J. M. Coetzee's Quasi-Realism Christopher Weinberger (San Francisco State University, USA) III. Religion 7. Asmodeus, the "Eye of Providence, " and the Ethics of Seeing in 19th-Century Mystery Fiction Sara Hackenberg (San Francisco State University, USA) 8. Modernism's Religious Rhetorics: Or, What Bothered Baudelaire Hope Hodgkins (University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA) 9. Poetry and Religion: Approaches to Christian Transcendence in Late 20th-Century Poets Stephanie Heimgartner (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany) IV. Ethics 10. Instituting the Other: Ethical Fault Lines in Readings and Pedagogies of Alterity Dorothy Figueira (University of Georgia, USA) 11. Thinking God on the Basis of Ethics: Levinas, The Brothers Karamazov, and Dostoevsky's Anti-Semitism Steven Shankman (University of Oregon, USA) 12. An Ethics for Missing Persons Kitty Millet (San Francisco State University, USA) Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781501316654 20181001
This state of the art collection offers fresh perspectives on why intersections between literature, religion, and ethics can address the fault lines of modernity and are not necessarily the cause of modernity's `faults.' From a diverse cohort of scholars from around the world, with appointments in comparative literature and other disciplines, the essays suggest that the imagined hegemony of a Judeo-Christian Western project is neither exclusively true nor productive. However, the essays also suggest that elements of the Western religious traditions are important vectors for understanding modernity's complicated relationship to the past.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781501316654 20181001
Green Library
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c, 183 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction-- Chapter One: DIY Rebellions and the Perils of Selling Out -- Chapter Two: Financing in the Age of Major-Studio Exclusion-- Chapter Three: DIY Video on YouTube-- Chapter Four: Patterns on Mainstream Screens-- Chapter Five: Debates Over Demeaning Video-- Chapter Six: Feminist Television and the Powers of Fandom.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138206243 20180910
Gender in Film and Video tracks changes in gender on screen by documenting trends of the internet age. The jargon-free book focuses on six instances of media in transition and their histories, including the rise of feminism on television, in sports events, and in comedy-drama series; the growth of DIY production by underrepresented groups through crowdfunding and YouTube channels; and struggles between fans and producers over control of casting and storytelling. This volume focuses on the breakdown of the categories (content, production, reception) that top-down production/distribution in TV and cinema tended to keep distinct. This text is for students in sociology, media studies, and women's and gender studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138206243 20180910
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132 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction: The Power of Place-making and Journalism Chapter 1: Mapping the Geographies of Journalism Chapter 2: The Trichotomy of Place, Space, and Territory in Digital Journalism Studies Chapter 3: Symbolic and Imaginative Power: From Doxa to Innovation in Journalism Chapter 4: Demarcating News Space(s) in Digital News Chapter 5: Who is Where? Complicating Power, Proximity, and Journalistic Authority Chapter 6: Power, Place, and the Spatial Dialectic of Digital Journalism Conclusion: Advancing the Research Agenda.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138554368 20181022
Geographies of Journalism connects theoretical and practical discussions of the role of geotechnologies, social media, and boots-on-the-ground journalism in a digital age to underline the complications and challenges that place-making in the press brings to institutions and ideologies. By introducing and applying approaches to geography, cultural resistance, and power as it relates to discussions of space and place, this book takes a critical look at how online news media shapes perceptions of locales. Through verisimilitude, storytelling methods, and journalistic evidence shaped by sources and news processes, the press play a critical role in how audiences shape interpretations of social conditions "here" and "there", and place responsibility for socio-political issues that appear in everyday life. Issues of proximity, place, territory, news myth, placemaking, and power align in this book of innovative and new assessments of journalism in the digital age. This is a valuable resource for scholars across the fields of human geography, journalism, and mass media.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138554368 20181022
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207 pages ; 23 cm.
Green Library
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xix, 299 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
  • Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction Chapter 1 - Guerrilla Branding, Marketing & Promotion Chapter 2 - Creating an Irresistible Brand Identity Chapter 3 - Building an Engaged Community of Friends & Fans Chapter 4 - Marketability vs Playability (or "How to Produce Niche-Dominating Blockbusters") Chapter 5 - Pitching & Networking Chapter 6 - Key Art & Posters Chapter 7 - Teasers & Trailers Chapter 8 - Behind the Scenes Photos, Production Stills, Videos, Interviews & Special Features Chapter 9 - IMDb - Marketing & Promotion Chapter 10 - Social Media & Video Marketing Platforms Chapter 11 - Dedicated Film & Filmmaker Websites Chapter 12 - Electronic Press Kits (EPKs) & Press Books Chapter 13 - Media Relations & Public Releases Chapter 14 - Event Marketing: Premiers, Festivals, Film Markets & Other Events Chapter 15 - High-Impact Low-Cost Advertising & Promotion Chapter 16 - Distribution Branding, Marketing and Promotional Audit Marketing Plan Test Screening Questionnaire Glossary About the Author Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138916463 20180910
Create an irresistible brand image and build an audience of loyal and engaged fans... Guerrilla Film Marketing takes readers through each step of the film branding, marketing and promotional process. Tailored specifically to low-budget independent films and filmmakers, Guerrilla Film Marketing offers practical and immediately implementable advice for marketing considerations across every stage of the film production process. Written by leading film industry professional Robert G. Barnwell, Guerrilla Film Marketing teaches readers how to: Master the fundamentals of guerrilla branding, marketing and promotion; Create an integrated marketing plan and calendar based on realistic budgets and expectations; Develop internet and social media marketing campaigns, including engaging studio and film websites and powerful, marketing-centric IMDb listings; Assemble behind-the-scenes pictures, videos and documentaries; Produce marketing materials such as key art, posters, film teasers, trailers and electronic press kits (aka "EPKs"); and Maximize the marketing impact of events such as test screenings, premiers, film festivals and industry award ceremonies. Guerrilla Film Marketing is filled with dozens of step-by-step instructions, checklists, tools, a glossary, templates and other resources. A downloadable eResource also includes a sample marketing plan and audit, a test screening questionnaire, and more.
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viii, 238 pages ; 25 cm.
Green Library
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x, 209 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Hyperlocal news in context
  • The withdrawal of local and regional news journalism
  • Inside a news black hole : a case study of a town with no newspaper
  • From lost pets to local corruption : what gets covered in hyperlocal news
  • Practising hyperlocal journalism : authenticity and reciprocity
  • Inside the hyperlocal newsroom
  • Sustaining hyperlocal journalism.
"Hyperlocal Journalism critically explores the development of citizen-led community news operations that have appeared in the wake of the withdrawal of commercial journalism from local communities at the beginning of the 21st century. The book draws together a wide range of original research by way of case studies, interviews, and industry and policy analysis, to give a complete view of what is happening to communities as their local newspapers close or decline, to be replaced by emerging forms of digital news provision. This study takes the United Kingdom as its focus but its findings speak to common issues found in local media systems in Western democracies. The authors investigate who is producing hyperlocal news and why, as well as production practices, models of community and participatory journalism, and the economics of hyperlocal operations. In looking holistically at hyperlocal news, Hyperlocal Journalism paints a vivid picture of citizens creating their own news services via social media and on free blogging platforms to hold power to account, redress negative reputational geographies, and to tell everyday stories of community life. It also raises key questions about sustainability of such endeavours in the face of optimism from commentators and policy-makers"-- Provided by publisher.
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xvi, 362 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
"This updated text gives students a solid understanding of the foundations of children's literature across its various genres from picture books to folk literature. In his usual engaging style, popular author David Russell stresses that future teachers need to first appreciate literature in order to later use and teach it effectively in their own classrooms. The text's user-friendly format includes a wealth of real examples from literature, and its concise presentation allows students to spend more time reading actual children's books."-- Provided by publisher.
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xiv, 292 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgements Foreword NEIL LAZARUS Against the Grain: An Introduction to Benita Parry's Intellectual Itinerary SHARAE DECKARD AND RASHMI VARMA PART I Aesthetics 1 Against Modernism TIMOTHY BRENNAN 2 `I remember, I remember so as not to forget!' Orhan Pamuk's Melancholic Agency and the Splenetic Periples of Mediterranean Writing NORBERT BUGEJA 3 `Broken Histories': The Modern and the Tribal in Arun Joshi's The Strange Case of Billy Biswas RASHMI VARMA 4 Peripheral Irrealisms: Water-spirits, World-Ecology, and Neoliberalism MICHAEL NIBLETT 5 "Not Even a Sci-Fi Writer": Peripheral Aesthetics, the World-System Novel, and Junot Diaz SHARAE DECKARD PART II Politics 6 Towards a Pre-History of National Liberation Struggle PETER HALLWARD 7 Disaffection, Sedition, and Resistance: Aurobindo Ghose and Revolutionary Thought KEYA GANGULY 8 Revolutionary Nationalism and Global Horizons: The Ghadar Party on Ireland and China PRANAV JANI 9 The Limits of African Nationalism: From Anti-Apartheid Resistance to Postcolonial Critique DAVID JOHNSON 10 Maverick Marxism? Eclipsed Enlightenments, Horizons of Solidarity and Utopian Realism CAROLINE ROONEY PART III Interlocution 11 "It could be otherwise, it must be otherwise": A Conversation with Benita Parry SHARAE DECKARD AND RASHMI VARMA 12 "Intellectual Life: A Duty to Dissent": A Graduation Address at the University of York, 12 July 2006 BENITA PARRY 13 Benita Parry's Position: Talk given at the Benita Parry Conference at the University of Warwick, 17 November 2001 TIMOTHY BRENNAN Notes on Contributors Bibliography of Benita Parry's Works.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138186118 20181001
Using the aesthetic and political concerns of Parry's oeuvre as a touchstone, this book explores new directions for postcolonial studies, Marxist literary criticism, and world literature in the contemporary moment, seeking to re-imagine the field, and alongside it, new possibilities for left critique. It is the first volume of essays focusing on the field-defining intellectual legacy of the literary scholar Benita Parry. As a leading critic of the post-structuralist turn within postcolonial studies, Parry has not only brought Marxism and postcolonial theory into a productive, albeit tense, dialogue, but has reinvigorated the field by bringing critical questions of resistance and struggle to bear on aesthetic forms. The book's aim is two-fold: first, to evaluate Parry's formative influence within postcolonial studies and its interface with Marxist literary criticism, and second, to explore new terrains of scholarship opened up by Parry's work. It provides a critical overview of Parry's key interventions, such as her contributions to colonial discourse theory; her debate with Spivak on subaltern consciousness and representation; her critique of post-apartheid reconciliation and neoliberalism in South Africa; her materialist critique of writers such as Kipling, Conrad, and Salih; her work on liberation theory, resistance, and radical agency; as well as more recent work on the aesthetics of "peripheral modernity." The volume contains cutting-edge work on peripheral aesthetics, the world-literary system, critiques of global capitalism and capitalist modernity, and the resurgence of Marxism, communism, and liberation theory by a range of established and new scholars who represent a dissident and new school of thought within postcolonial studies more generally. It concludes with the first-ever detailed interview with Benita Parry about her activism, political commitments, and her life and work as a scholar.
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viii, 213 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Introduction 2. The Media System and Political Journalism of Brazil 3. Leaks and Their Effect in Media and on Politics 4. Lawfare and the Judiciary-Political Relations during the Lava-Jato Corruption Scandal 5. The Informational Cascades of Impeachment and the Lava-Jato Scandal 6. Coup d'etat or Constitutional Act? Afterword: Lula and Lava-Jato.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138485488 20181008
Analyzing the political consequences of the most extensive corruption investigation in recent Latin American history, Operacao Lava-Jato, Media Leaks and Corruption in Brazil answers two central questions about the contradictory effects news media has on political systems. First, how can political actors in a seemingly well-functioning democracy quickly override checks and balances, and replace a head of state with a corrupt vice-president? Second, how can very active news media, while ostensibly performing the role of the watchdog, still fail to deliver media accountability to the public? Combining a quantitative view of the media sphere with case studies of the leaks, legal actions, and alliances forming and breaking in the Brazilian Congress, Mads Bjelke Damgaard demonstrates that the media's attention to leaks and investigations of corruption paved the way for Dilma Rousseff's impeachment. By timing the disclosure of information in scandals, actors with inside information were able to drive the media agenda and let some scandals escape from the limelight. The book delivers an in-depth study of how scandals become political weapons in a time of media personalities and post-politics. This book will interest scholars of Latin American Studies, and Brazil, and the broader fields of media studies, democracy studies, and journalism studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138485488 20181008
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