Britains First TV/Film Crime Series and the Industrialisation of Its Film Industry, 1946-1964
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Journal of British Cinema and Television, 6 3 : Journal of Media Practice, 10 1 : Book Chapters Newsinger, J. Murschetz, P. Film funding in Europe. Porter, L. The Routledge Companion to British Cinema. London: Routledge.
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Leicester: TMC. Online Publications Newsinger J. Book Reviews Journal of Media Practice 12 1 Journal of British Cinema and Television 6 2 Journal of British Cinema and Television 3 2 British Culture in the s, University of Portsmouth July This second edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of recent scholarship, the latest developments in the industry and the explosive impact of new technologies.
Core topics covered include: The history, technology and art of cinema Theories of stardom, genre and film-making The movie industry from Hollywood to Bollywood Who does what on a film set Complete with film stills, end-of-chapter summaries and a substantial glossary, Film Studies: The Basics is the ideal introduction to those new to the study of cinema. With extensive recourse to contemporary trade journals, the biographies of key personnel and, of course the early series themselves, the project charts and comments upon the growth of the new form whilst focusing upon its largest generic component, the crime narrative.
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As an industrial history, the project concentrates on case studies in order to demonstrate similar and diverse responses to extremely fluid market conditions. The study argues for the reconsideration of these films in the context of the positive response of particular companies and studios in the supporting feature sector to fundamental issues that had long plagued the industry. Boosted by technological investment and domestic and American distribution deals, these companies were able both take advantage of support from the National Film Finance Corporation and survive when that aid was no longer available.
In tandem to this industrial history, the study analyses the ways in which these series selectively rework and transform a rich and diverse heritage of domestic crime fiction in order to provide the basis for product differentiation in the international market. Moreover, in addition to such borrowings, it examines many emergent, unresolved elements that would be retained when the form became a more stabilized - and predictable - entity.
As such, it often proffers a view of the period that runs counter to the prevailing current and offers a perspective on the fledgling form and the cultural preoccupations of the period.
Completely revised and updated, this seventh edition features more than 7, A--Z entries on the artistic, technical, and commercial aspects of moviemaking, including: Directors, producers, actors, screenwriters, and cinematographers; Styles, genres, and schools of filmmaking; Motion picture studios and film centers; Film-related organizations and events; Industry jargon and technical terms; Inventions, inventors, and equipment; Plus comprehensive listings of academy award--winning films And artists, top-grossing films, and much more!
Sian Barber The British Film Industry in the s: Capital, Culture and Creativity Throughout the s the British film industry struggled to produce films which performed well at the box office and appealed to audiences. As a result, the decade has often been considered as one of the low points of British cinema. But was this really the case?
Conventional film histories of the decade have emphasised key texts and specific genres, such as the Bond films, the Carry On series or low budget horror. Yet British cinema in this period offered a great deal more to audiences, and careful study of original documents demonstrates the diversity and variety of an industry, and a decade, typically perceived as limited and unimaginative. An examination of important material — much of it newly discovered or previously under-used — offers an insight into the industry in this decade while key case studies present a detailed picture of the eclectic, diverse and often challenging film culture of the period.
More than entries document the history of studios, production companies and distributors, and provide complete information on technical innovations, genres, industry terms, and organizations. Included are entries on more than film companies active in the 'teens, as well as all major Hollywood studios, and major technical innovations such as CinemaScope and Dolby Sound.
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A completely revised and updated edition of The American Film Industry, this new edition furnishes an informed, experienced look behind the scenes of filmmaking and an invaluable reference source. Sergio Kulikovsky.