The French cinema book / edited by Michael Temple and Michael Witt
- Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE 1890--1920 -- 1.People: The Men and Women Who Made French Cinema / Richard Abel -- 2.Business: The Birth of the Industry / Laurent Le Forestier -- 3.Technology: Innovation, Standardisation and Commercialisation in Early Film Technology / Laurent Mannoni -- 4.Forms: The Shifting Boundaries of Art and Industry / Ian Christie -- 5.Representations: Our Little Planet / Teresa Castro -- 6.Spectators: The Cinemising Process: Film-Going in the Silent Era / Elizabeth Ezra -- 7.Debates: Early Developments in Film-Thinking / Monica Dall'Asta -- pt. TWO 1920--50 -- 8.People: Migration and Exile in the Classical Period / Alastalr Phillips -- 9.Business: Anarchy and Order in the French Film Industry / Colin Crisp -- 10.Technology: Plant, Imported Technologies and Film Style / Charles O'Brien -- 11.Forms: The Place and Desire of Avant-Garde and Experimental Forms / Jennifer Wild -- 12.Forms: The Art of Spectacle: The Aesthetics of Classical French Cinema / Ginette Vincendeau -- 13.Representations: The Geography and Topography of French Cinema / Keith Reader -- 14.Representations: Gender Representations in French Fiction Films / Genevieve Sellier -- 15.Representations: Region, Colony and Nation in French Documentary Films / Alison J. Murray Levine -- 16.Spectators: In the Dark: Looking for the French Film Public / Muriel Tinel-Temple -- 17.Debates: Trends and Developments in Film Criticism and Theory from the 1920s to the 1940s / Monica Dall'Asta -- pt. THREE 1950--80 -- 18.People: Film-Making as a Collaborative Activity: The Contribution of Cinematographers, Screenwriters and Actors / Alison Smith -- 19.Business: The End of a Golden Era for the Industry / Anne Jackel -- 20.Technology: Technological Innovation and Change from the Mainstream to the Margins / Michael Witt -- 21.Forms: The Diversity of Film-Making Forms and Practices during the Thirty Glorious Years / Michael Witt -- 22.Forms: Forms of Resistance and Revolt: `We Are in Agreement with All That Has Struggled, and Is Struggling Still, since the World Began' / Nicole Brenez -- 23.Representations: A Camera of One's Own: Video in Feminist Hands / Helene Fleckinger -- 24.Representations: Material Turns: French Cinema and the Construction of Everyday Life / Sam Di Iorio -- 25.Representations: A Greater France? French Cinema from the Colonial to the Postcolonial Period / Sebastien Denis -- 26.Spectators: Going Back Home / Franck Le Gac -- 27.Debates: Bazin and His Legacies / Daniel Morgan -- pt. FOUR 1980--PRESENT -- 28.People: The Human Factor: Producers, Directors, Actors / Jean-Michel Frodon -- 29.Business: A Business Model under Threat? / Anne Jackel -- 30.Technology: `Delay the Start to Hasten the Finish': French Exhibitors and the Digital Revolution / Kira Kitsopanidou -- 31.Forms: The Documentary Renaissance / Michael Witt -- 32.Forms: From Cinema to Film Arts / Nicole Brenez -- 33.Representations: Fiction, Documentary and the Political / Martin O'Shaughnessy -- 34.Representations: Representations of Ethnic Minorities in French Cinema since 1980 / Will Higbee -- 35.Representations: From Gay Visibility to Queer In/Visibilities / James S. Williams -- 36.Spectators: The Spectator as Expert -- French Cinephilia Today / Jean-Marc Leveratto -- 37.Debates: Philosophy and Film: Re-Framing the Cinematic Century / Hunter Vaughan.
- 9781844574650 (Paper)
- First edition: 2004
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-347) and index.
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