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by Geoff Mayer

eBook Guide to British Cinema (Reference Guides to the World's Cinema) epub
  • ISBN: 031330307X
  • Author: Geoff Mayer
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood (June 30, 2003)
  • Pages: 464 pages
  • ePUB size: 1837 kb
  • FB2 size 1245 kb
  • Formats mobi lrf lrf lit


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Mayer's addition to Greenwood's "Reference Guides to the World's Cinema" series is a subjective guide .

Mayer's addition to Greenwood's "Reference Guides to the World's Cinema" series is a subjective guide to British cinema, 1929-2000. GEOFF MAYER is the Chair of the Cinema Studies Department and Deputy Chair of the School of Communication, Arts, and Critical Enquiry at Latrobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

As such, The Guide to British Cinema represents an invaluable guide to the nation's cinematic output, including entries on major British actors, directors, and films from 1929 through the present day. The volume also highlights both major cycles such. ISBN13:9780313303074.

This book is a guide to Britain's cinematic output, including entries on major British actors, directors, and films .

This book is a guide to Britain's cinematic output, including entries on major British actors, directors, and films from 1929 through the present day. The volume also highlights major cycles such as Gainsborough melodrama, the Ealing comedy, and the British new wave, as well as less-clearly defined cycles, including the vein of dark melodramas that characterized the British cinema from 1945 to 1950. The purpose of Greenwood's Reference Guides to the World's Cinema is to give a representative idea of what each country or region has to offer to the evolution, development, and richness of film.

Emergent British Cinema 1880-1900. Modern cinema is generally regarded as descending from the work of the French Lumière brothers in 1892, and their show first came to London in 1896. However, the first moving pictures developed on celluloid film were made in Hyde Park in 1889 by William Friese Greene, a British inventor, who patented the process in 1890. The film is the first known instance of a projected moving image

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General Although focusing on the period MURPHY, Robert 16 + Source Guides: Sixties British Cinema immediately following World War Sixties British cinema. References II to the end of the fifties, Durgnat examines the British national London: British Film Institute, 1992. character (particularly the middle class) as portrayed in the cinema Key text, covering all aspects of books of the time, showing the changes British cinema in the sixties, over the years which paved the including Free Cinema and ALDGATE, Anthony and way for the films of the sixties.

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Interspersed with his cinema work are some interesting and critically successful television films, including The . Geoff Mayer: Guide to British Cinema (Reference Guides to the World's Cinema) Greenwood Press, 2003. ISBN 978-0-313-30307-4. Interview with Mike Hodges.

Interspersed with his cinema work are some interesting and critically successful television films, including The Manipulators (1973), Squaring The Circle (1984; scripted by Tom Stoppard), Dandelion Dead (1993; scripted by Michael Chaplin), and The Healer (1994; scripted by G. F. Newman). Selected filmography.

Scholarly and popular interest in British cinema has never been stronger, with films ranging from the Merchant/Ivory pictures through Notting Hill finding both critical and commercial success in America. As such, The Guide to British Cinema represents an invaluable guide to the nation's cinematic output, including entries on major British actors, directors, and films from 1929 through the present day. The volume also highlights both major cycles such as the Gainsborough melodrama, the Ealing comedy, and the British new wave; as well as less well-defined cycles including the vein of dark melodramas that characterized the British cinema from 1945 to 1950.

Such figures as Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, and Dirk Bogarde are covered in detail, as well as Christopher Lee, Roy Ward Baker, Ray Winstone, and other long-serving but less well-known artists. The Guide pays close attention to films including The Third Man and Brief Encounter as well as genre pieces such as Brighton Rock. In all, the volume represents the first full-length examination of its subject, providing an irreplaceable resource for both film scholars and historians of British culture.

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