Contemporary Hollywood Cinema

Contemporary Hollywood Cinema

by STEVE NEALE
ISBN-10:
0415170095
ISBN-13:
9780415170093
Pub. Date:
08/13/1998
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
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Overview

Contemporary Hollywood Cinema

A comprehensive overview of the film industry in Hollywood today, Contemporary Hollywood Cinema brings together leading international cinema scholars to explore the technology, institutions, film makers and movies of contemporary American film making.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415170093
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/13/1998
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction

PART I: HOLLYWOOD HISTORIOGRAPHY

1. Murray Smith -- Theses on the Philosophy of Hollywood History

2. Richard Maltby -- "Nobody Knows Everything": Post-Classical Historiographies and Consolidated Entertainment

PART II:

ECONOMICS, INDUSTRY, AND INSTITUTIONS

3. Douglas Gomery -- Hollywood Corporate Business Practice and Periodizing Contemporary Film History

4. Tino Balio -- "A Major Presence in All of the World Markets": The Globalization of Hollywood in the 1990s

5.

Justin Wyatt -- The Formation of the "Major Independent": Miramax, New Line, and the New Hollywood

6. James Shamus -- To the Rear of the Back End: The Economics of Independent Cinema

PART III: AESTHETICS AND TECHNOLOGY

7. Mike Allan -- From

Bwana Devil to Batman Forever: Technology in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema

8. Steve Neale -- Widescreen Composition in the Age of Television

9. Kevin Donnelly -- The Classical Score Forever?: Batman, Batman Forever and Post-classical Film Music

10. Gianluca Sergi -- A Cry in the Dark: The Role of Post-classical Film Sound

11. Warren Buckland -- A Close Encounter with Raiders of the Lost Ark: Notes on Narrative Aspects of the New Hollywood Blockbuster

12. Elizabeth Cowie -- Shaggy Dog

Stories: Classical Hollywood Cinemas and Classical Narrative

13. Thomas Elsaesser -- Spectacularity and Engulfment: Francis Ford Coppola and Bram Stoker's Dracula

PART IV: AUDIENCE, ADDRESS, AND IDEOLOGY

14. Tommy L. Lott -- Hollywood and

Independent Black Cinema

15. Pam Cook -- No Fixed Address: The Women's Picture from Outrage to Blue Steel

16. Hilary Radner -- New Hollywood's New Women: Murder in Mind -- Sarah and Margie

17. Steven Cohen -- Censorship and Narrative

Indeterminacy in Basic Instinct You Won't Learn Anything From Me I Don't Want You to Know

18. Barry Keith Grant -- Rich and Strange: The Yuppie Horror Film

19. Peter Kramer -- Would You Take Your Child To See This Film?: The Cultural and Social Work of the

Family-Adventure Movie

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