History of Narrative Film

ISBN-10: 0393968197

ISBN-13: 9780393968194

Edition: 3rd 1996

Authors: David A. Cook

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This guide to the history of narrative film evaluates important film-makers and assesses film-making techniques. Coverage in the third edition has been extended to Third World cinema in Africa and Asia and to the films of the former Soviet Union.
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List price: $68.20
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1116
Size: 7.48" wide x 9.92" long x 0.59" tall
Weight: 4.202
Language: English

Preface to the Third Edition
A Note on Method
A Note on Supplementary Material
A Note on Dates, Titles, and Stills
International Expansion, 1907-1918
D. W. Griffith and the Development of Narrative Form
German Cinema of the Weimar Period, 1919-1929
Soviet Silent Cinema and the Theory of Montage, 1917-1931
Hollywood in the Twenties
The Coming of Sound and Color, 1926-1935
The Sound Film and the American Studio System
Europe in the Thirties
Orson Welles and the Modern Sound Film
Wartime and Postwar Cinema: Italy and the United States, 1940-1951
Hollywood, 1952-1965
The French New Wave and Its Native Context
New Cinemas in Britain and the English-Speaking Commonwealth
European Renaissance: West
European Renaissance: East
The Former Soviet Union, 1945-Present
Wind from the East: Japan, India, and China
Third World Cinema
Hollywood, 1965-present
Selective Bibliography for the Third Edition
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