O ' Brien , Edmond terior shots by his former teacher , director of photography
Hilding Bladh , as a final test of his skill . From their first full ... Folke Sundquist
and Mai Zetterling . The film draws on some ... Kelly and Olga San Juan ; Maria O
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Author: James Monaco
A collection for laypersons and experts alike, this authoritative work includes biographies of the stars, producers, directors, writers, technical information, and more
EARNEST , OLEN J . ( 1985 ) “ Star Wars : a case study of motion picture
marketing , ” pp . 1 - 8 in B . A . Austin ... FEILITZEN , CECILIA and OLGA LINNÉ (
1975 ) “ Identifying with television characters . ” Journal of ... The Movie Business
Author: Garth S. Jowett
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Since the publication of the first edition of Movies as Mass Communication in 1980, cinema has been incorporated into academic discussions of the mainstream mass media. Most introductory `media and society' courses now include a section on the cinema. In this second edition, Professors Jowett and Linton address both the persistent tendency to position the cinema as a separate form of entertainment with a specialized audience, and the extensive interrelationships between the cinema and other media. The authors also examine the economic, sociological, psychological and political aspects of film.
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Fractures of the base of the skull : mechanisms and types of fractures and clinical
Author: Library of Congress
A cumulative list of works represented by Library of Congress printed cards.
The Legion of Decency and the National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures, 1933
-1970 James M. Skinner ... Furhammar , Lief , and Isaksson , Folke . ... New York :
Basic Books , 1970 . ... Martin , Olga G. Hollywood's Movie Commandments .
Author: James M. Skinner
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text
Skinner reveals how the Roman Catholic Church, through its agency, the National Legion of Decency, dominated the American film censorship scene in tandem with the Production Code Administration. In its heyday in the 1930s and 40s, the Legion claimed a membership of over eleven million Americans--about one moviegoer in twelve--and brought movie moguls such as David O. Selznick and Howard Hughes to their knees in determined campaigns to bar what it deemed unsuitable entertainment. Some of the most controversial titles in the annals of movie censorship, including The Outlaw, Duel in the Sun, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and The Pawnbroker, are featured as targets of clerical wrath in this study which covers four decades of film history.
NOTABLE MOTION PICTURES OF 1988 The following list of films released in
1968 presents a cross section of the most ... Director , Luis Buñuel ; screenplay ,
Buñuel and Jean - Claude Carriere from novel by Joseph Kessel . ... With
Miroslav Machecek , Olga Scheinpflugova , Josef Vinklar . ... With Liv Ullmann ,
Max von Sydow , Erland Josephson , Gertrude dh , Naima Wifstrand , Ingrid
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Author: Alexander Hopkins McDannald
An encyclopedia of current events.
There are many Vietnamese books, films, and news stories about wandering
souls, including some that are available in translation for ... Olga Dror (
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014), xix–xx. ... Press, 2013) tells a
detailed story of such a transition from maps to air photos among French social
scientists and geographers. ... Christina Folke Ax et al., (Athens: Ohio University
Press, 2011), 109–32.
Author: David Andrew Biggs
Publisher: University of Washington Press
When American forces arrived in Vietnam, they found themselves embedded in historic village and frontier spaces already shaped by many past conflicts. American bases and bombing targets followed spatial and political logics influenced by the footprints of past wars in central Vietnam. The militarized landscapes here, like many in the world�s historic conflict zones, continue to shape post-war land-use politics. Footprints of War traces the long history of conflict-produced spaces in Vietnam, beginning with early modern wars and the French colonial invasion in 1885 and continuing through the collapse of the Saigon government in 1975. The result is a richly textured history of militarized landscapes that reveals the spatial logic of key battles such as the Tet Offensive. Drawing on extensive archival work and years of interviews and fieldwork in the hills and villages around the city of Hue to illuminate war�s footprints, David Biggs also integrates historical Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data, using aerial, high-altitude, and satellite imagery to render otherwise placeless sites into living, multidimensional spaces. This personal and multilayered approach yields an innovative history of the lasting traces of war in Vietnam and a model for understanding other militarized landscapes.