On the History of Film Style
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Description: Bordwell scrutinizes the theories of style launched by various film historians and celebrates a century of cinema. The author examines the contributions of many directors and shows how film scholars have explained stylistic continuity and change.
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List price: $47.50
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 1/15/1998
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
|The Way Movies Look: The Significance of Stylistic|
|History Defending and Defining the Seventh Art: The Standard Version of Stylistic History|
|A Developing Repertoire: The Basic Story|
|Film Culture and the Basic Story|
|The Standard Version: Central Assumptions|
|Coming to Terms with Sound|
|Bardegrave;che, Brasillach, and the Standard Version Against the Seventh Art: Andreacute; Bazin and the Dialectical Program|
|A New Avant-Garde|
|The Evolution of Film Language|
|Toward an Impure Cinema|
|From Stylistic History to Thematic Criticism The Return of Modernism: Noeuml;l Burch and the Oppositional Program|
|The Institutional Mode and Its Others|
|Living Shadows and Distant Observers Prospects for Progress: Recent Research Programs|
|Culture, Vision, and the Perpetually New|
|Problems and Solutions Exceptionally Exact Perceptions: On Staging in DepthIdeology and Depth|
|Making the Image Intelligible|
|Depth, Deacute;coupage, and Camera Movement|
|Redefining Mise en Scegrave;ne|
|Expanding the Image and Compressing Depth|
|Eclecticism and Archaism Notes|