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215 pages ; 23 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2, 3, 210 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
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7, 343 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
作者在"影像江南"这个中国电影空间美学的概念 中, 较为清晰地勾画出从上世纪20年代末至今近90年来 , 中国电影创作者一直坚守和沿承的民族电影美学 脉络, 这是从电影的叙事空间的角度, 扩展中国电影史研究的一个重要创举.
East Asia Library
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220 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 20 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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91 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
İETT in Turkish movies; history.
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6. Malevich and film [2002]

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xii, 173 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), unlike other prominent Soviet artists, has not been much considered in discussions of the contributions of the avant-garde to photography and film. Yet a close examination of theoretical and practical aspects of Malevich's oeuvre not only places him fully in the Soviet post-abstract discourse on these media but also, Margarita Tupitsyn argues in this analysis, alters the accepted view of his post-Suprematist period. Exploring Malevich's involvement with film, Tupitsyn draws on little-known writings about cinema by the artist himself, and many photographs and documents. Malevich's influence on 20th-century art extends far more widely than has been claimed for him before, the author concludes. The work begins with a re-evaluation of Malevich's most famous painting, "Black Square", a work whose meaning and function was in constant flux. Through "Black Square" Malevich began to cross the bridge from the painting medium to mechanically-generated production, ultimately influencing the post-revolutionary phase of his Suprematism and leading to his abandonment of abstraction in the late 1920s. Tupitsyn discusses in detail Malevich's writing about the cinema, the cinematic qualities of some of his works, and the significant impact of Malevich's thought and work on Russian, European and American artists of the 1920s and 1930s as well as the post-war period.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780300094596 20160527
Green Library, Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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238 pages ; 22 cm.
Green Library
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207 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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270 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
East Asia Library
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iii, 267, x pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
East Asia Library
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248 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm
East Asia Library
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280 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Presentación
  • 1903: segunda parte. La ciudad de México en los albores del cine
  • La desamortización y el crecimiento de la ciudad
  • La división política del Distrito Federal
  • Las obras de desagüe de la cuenca de México
  • La Plaza de la Constitución
  • La Avenida Principal
  • Las obras en las calles céntricas
  • De Santo Domingo a Peravillo
  • De la garita de San Antonio Abad a la garita de la Candelaria
  • De la garita de Belén al Pueblo de la Piedad
  • La Fuente del Salto del Agua y de ésta a Chapultepec
  • Las calles del Pane y el paseo de la reforma
  • Las colonias Reforma y Condesa
  • De la plazuela del Empedradillo a la avenida de los Hombres Ilustres
  • La Alameda de México
  • Los tivolis y los cinematógrafos
  • De San Hipólito al Jardín Guerrero
  • La colonia Santa María la Rivera
  • Popotla, Tacuba, Atzcapotzalco
  • El transporte urbano
  • Los nuevos mercados públicos y el rastro
  • Una ciudad poblada mayormente por artesanos.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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141 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Green Library
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349 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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xx, 522 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction. The longitude and latitude of world cinema / Rob Stone, Paul Cooke, Stephanie Dennison and Alex Marlow-Mann
  • Part I. Longitude
  • 1. The cinematic and the real in contemporary Chinese cinema / Yingjin Zhang
  • 2. Southeast Asian independent cinema : a world cinema movement / Jonathan Driskell
  • 3. Global intimacy and cultural intoxication : Japanese and Korean film in the twenty-first century / Felicity Gee
  • 4. Media refashioning : from Nollywood to New Nollywood / Jeffrey Geiger
  • 5. Framing democracy : film in post-democracy South Africa / Ian-Malcolm Rijsdijk
  • 6. Brazilian cinema on the global screen / Stephanie Dennison
  • 7. Transnational filmmaking in South America / Dolores Tierney
  • 8. Connected in "another way" : reception, difference and identity in Caribbean cinema / Dunja Fehimović
  • 9. Women's (r)revolutions in Mexican cinema / Niamh Thornton
  • 10. Popular cinema/quality television : the audio-visual sector in Spain / Paul Julian Smith
  • 11. Contemporary Scandinavian cinema : between art and commerce / Olof Hedling
  • 12. British cinemas : critical and historical debates / James Chapman
  • 13. Developments in Eastern European cinemas since 1989 / Elżbieta Ostrowska and Joanna Rydzewska
  • 14. Cinema at the edges of the European Union : new dynamics in the South and the East / Lydia Papadimitriou
  • 15. The non/industries of film and the Palestinian emergent film economy / Viviane Saglier
  • 16. Locations and narrative reorientations in Arab cinema/world cinema / Anne Ciecko
  • 17. The forking paths of Indian cinema : revisiting Hindi films through their regional networks / Nadhuja Mukherjee
  • 18. American indie film and international art cinema : points of distinction and overlap / Geoff King
  • 19. Canadian cinema(s) / Christopher E. Gittings
  • 20. Conventions, preventions and interventions : Australian cinema since the 1970s / Jonathan Rayner.
  • Part II. Latitude
  • 21. Cinemas of citizens and cinemas of sentiment : world cinema in flux / Rob Stone
  • 22. Transworld cinemas : film-philosophies for world cinemas' engagement with world history / David Martin-Jones
  • 23. Transnational cinema : mapping a field of study / Deborah Shaw
  • 24. "Soft power" and shifting patterns of influence in global film culture / Paul Cooke
  • 25. Realist cinema as world cinema / Lúcia Nagib
  • 26. Regional cinema : micro-mapping and glocalisation / Alex Marlow-Mann
  • 27. Global women's cinema / Kate Ince
  • 28. Provincialising heterosexuality : queer style, world cinema / Rosalind Galt and Karl Schoonover
  • 29. Stars across borders : the vexed question of stars' exportability / Ginettte Vincendeau
  • 30. Film fusions : the cult film in world cinema / Mark Goodall
  • 31. Perceptual motion pictures : Sisyphean burden and the global screen franchinse / James Walters
  • 32. Screening world cinema at film festivals : festivalisation and (staged) authenticity / Marijke de Valck
  • 33. Cinephilia goes global : loving cinema in the post-cinematic age / Belén Vidal
  • 34. Another (hi)story? : reinvestigation the relationship between cinema and history / Vito Zagarrio
  • 35. Archival cinema / Paolo Cherchi Usai
  • 36. Digital cinemas / Sean Cubitt
  • 37. Access and power : film distribution, re-intermediation and piracy / Virginia Crisp
  • 38. The emerging global screen ecology of social media entertainment / Stuart Cunningham and David Craig
  • 39. Remapping world cinema through audience research / Huw D. Jones
  • 40. Eyes on the future : world cinema and transnational capacity building / Mette Hjort.
The Routledge Companion to World Cinema explores and examines a global range of films and filmmakers, their movements and audiences, comparing their cultural, technological and political dynamics, identifying the impulses that constantly reshape the form and function of the cinemas of the world. Each of the forty chapters provides a survey of a topic, explaining why the issue or area is important, and critically discussing the leading views in the area. Designed as a dynamic forum for forty-three world-leading scholars, this companion contains significant expertise and insight and is dedicated to challenging complacent views of hegemonic film cultures and replacing outmoded ideas about production, distribution and reception. It offers both a survey and an investigation into the condition and activity of contemporary filmmaking worldwide, often challenging long-standing categories and weighted-often politically motivated-value judgements, thereby grounding and aligning the reader in an activity of remapping which is designed to prompt rethinking.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138918801 20180306
Green Library
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335 pages ; 21 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xxi, 448 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction What Is World Cinema? Watching World Cinema Film Production and Finance Film Festivals and World Cinema Indian Cinema and Bollywood African Cinema and Nollywood Asian Cinema National Formations Transnational Formations Polyvalent World Cinema.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415783576 20180319
World Cinema: A Critical Introduction is a comprehensive yet accessible guide to film industries across the globe. From the 1980s onwards, new technologies and increased globalization have radically altered the landscape in which films are distributed and exhibited. Films are made from the large-scale industries of India, Hollywood, and Asia, to the small productions in Bhutan and Morocco. They are seen in multiplexes, palatial art cinemas in Cannes, traveling theatres in rural India, and on millions of hand-held mobile screens. Authors Deshpande and Mazaj have developed a method of charting this new world cinema that makes room for divergent perspectives, traditions, and positions, while also revealing their interconnectedness and relationships of meaning. In doing so, they bring together a broad range of issues and examples-theoretical concepts, viewing and production practices, film festivals, large industries such as Nollywood and Bollywood, and smaller and emerging film cultures-into a systemic yet flexible map of world cinema. The multi-layered approach of this book aims to do justice to the depth, dynamism, and complexity of the phenomenon of world cinema. For students looking to films outside of their immediate context, this book offers a blueprint that will enable them to transform a casual encounter with a film into a systematic inquiry into world cinema.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415783576 20180319
Green Library
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xxxvi, 504 pages ; 23 cm
For nearly half a century, Roger Ebert's wide knowledge, keen judgment, prodigious energy, and sharp sense of humor made him America's most renowned and beloved film critic. From Ebert's Pulitzer Prize to his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, from his astonishing output of daily reviews to his pioneering work on television with Gene Siskel, his was a career in cinema criticism without peer. Arriving fifty years after Ebert published his first film review in 1967, this second edition of Awake in the Dark collects Ebert's essential writings into a single, irresistible volume. Featuring new Top Ten Lists and reviews of the years' finest films through 2012, this edition allows both fans and film buffs to bask in the best of an extraordinary lifetime's work.Including reviews from The Godfather to GoodFellas and interviews with everyone from Martin Scorsese to Meryl Streep, as well as showcasing some of Ebert's most admired essays among them a moving appreciation of John Cassavetes and a loving tribute to the virtues of black-and-white films Ebert's Awake in the Dark is a treasure trove not just for fans of this era-defining critic, but for anyone desiring a compulsively readable chronicle of the silver screen. Stretching from the dramatic rise of rebel Hollywood and the heyday of the auteur to the triumph of blockbuster films such as Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark, to the indie revolution that is still with us today, Awake in the Dark reveals a writer whose exceptional intelligence and daily bursts of insight and enthusiasm helped shape the way we think about the movies. But more than this, Awake in the Dark is a celebration of Ebert's inimitable voice a voice still cherished and missed.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226460864 20170605
Green Library
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vi, 296 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

20. The great movies IV [2016]

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xxv, 257 pages ; 24 cm
  • 25th hour
  • A.I. artificial intelligence
  • An autumn afternoon
  • Badlands
  • The ballad of Narayama
  • Barry Lyndon
  • The big Lebowski
  • The cabinet of Dr. Caligari
  • Caché
  • La ceremonie
  • The circus
  • La collectionneuse
  • Come and see
  • Contact
  • Day for night
  • Departures
  • Diary of a country priest
  • Diary of a lost girl
  • Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
  • French cancan
  • The grey zone
  • The hairdresser's husband
  • Harakiri
  • Heart of glass
  • In a lonely place
  • Ivan the Terrible, parts I and II
  • The killing
  • Leon Morin, priest
  • Lost in translation
  • Make way for tomorrow
  • A man escaped
  • The man who shot Liberty Valance
  • Man with a movie camera
  • The match factory girl
  • Mon oncle d'Amerique
  • Monsieur Hire
  • Mulholland Dr.
  • Mystery train
  • Night moves
  • Nosferatu the vampyre
  • The only son
  • Pale flower
  • Pink Floyd, the Wall
  • The pledge
  • Red Beard
  • Richard III
  • Rio Bravo
  • Senso
  • Seven
  • Shadow of doubt
  • Shoah
  • Smiles of a summer night
  • Souls for sale
  • Spirit of the beehive
  • Spirited away
  • Spring, summer, fall, winter ... and spring
  • Stagecoach
  • Superman
  • Tender mercies
  • Veronika Voss
  • Viridiana
  • Yellow submarine.
No film critic has ever been as influential or as beloved as Roger Ebert. Over more than four decades, he built a reputation writing reviews for the Chicago Sun-Times and, later, arguing onscreen with rival Chicago Tribune critic Gene Siskel and later Richard Roeper about the movies they loved and loathed. But Ebert went well beyond a mere "thumbs up" or "thumbs down." Readers could always sense the man behind the words, a man with interests beyond film and a lifetime's distilled wisdom about the larger world. Although the world lost one of its most important critics far too early, Ebert lives on in the minds of moviegoers today, who continually find themselves debating what he might have thought about a current movie.The Great Movies IV is the fourth and final collection of Roger Ebert's essays, comprising sixty-two reviews of films ranging from the silent era to the recent past. From films like The Cabinet of Caligari and Viridiana that have been considered canonical for decades to movies only recently recognized as masterpieces to Superman, The Big Lebowski, and Pink Floyd: The Wall, the pieces gathered here demonstrate the critical acumen seen in Ebert's daily reviews and the more reflective and wide-ranging considerations that the longer format allowed him to offer. Ebert's essays are joined here by an insightful foreword by film critic Matt Zoller Seitz, the current editor-in-chief of the official Roger Ebert website, and a touching introduction by Chaz Ebert. A fitting capstone to a truly remarkable career, The Great Movies IV will introduce newcomers to some of the most exceptional movies ever made, while revealing new insights to connoisseurs as well.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226403984 20171030
Green Library

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