The Film Studies Dictionary

The Film Studies Dictionary

by Steve Blandford, Barry K. Grant, Jim Hiller, Barry K. Grant
     
 

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This unique reference work is designed to bridge the gap between guides and dictionaries that are primarily academic and theoretical and those that deal mainly in technical jargon. Above all, it is aimed at students of film and media who are likely to encounter a wide range of specialist language in a variety of places--in film reviews, critical essays, interviews… See more details below

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This unique reference work is designed to bridge the gap between guides and dictionaries that are primarily academic and theoretical and those that deal mainly in technical jargon. Above all, it is aimed at students of film and media who are likely to encounter a wide range of specialist language in a variety of places--in film reviews, critical essays, interviews with filmmakers and stars, and academic and Internet publications. The Film Studies Dictionary contains around 1,000 entries ranging from terms that have always puzzled audiences such as "best boy" and "gaffer" to those required by specialist students of film such as "post-colonial theory" and "third cinema." It uses a system of careful cross-referencing and concise and up-to-date references to further reading for exploration.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780340741917
Publisher:
A Hodder Arnold Publication
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Series:
Arnold Publications Series
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
8.90(w) x 5.80(h) x 0.90(d)

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Meet the Author

Steve Blanford teaches film at the University of Glamorgan, Wales. Barry K. Grant teaches film at Brock University in Canada. Jim Hillier teaches film at the University of Reading in England.

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