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Reissuing works originally published between 1914 and 1996, Routledge Library Editions: Cinema (39 volume set) offers a selection of scholarship covering the movies. Volumes range from film propaganda to the epic film genre, women in cinema to Soviet cinema, teen film to horror series; and touch on acting, screenwriting and film production among other areas making this a comprehensive collection of previously out-of-print works.
Film and Reform: John Grierson and the Documentary Film Movement Ian Aitken; Hollywood in the Age of Television Edited by Tino Balio; Off Screen: Women and Film in Italy Edited by Giuliana Bruno and Maria Nadotti; At a Theater or Drive-in Near You: The History, Culture, and Politics of the American Exploitation Film Randall Clark; Film Propaganda and American Politics: An Analysis and Filmography James E. Combs and Sara T. Combs; American Political Movies: An Annotated Filmography of Feature Films James E. Combs; Movies and Politics: The Dynamic Relationship Edited by James Combs; The Films of Werner Herzog: Between Mirage and History Edited by Timothy Corrigan; Motion Picture Series and Sequels: A Reference Guide Bernard A. Drew; American Film Exhibition and an Analysis of the Motion Picture Industry's Market Structure 1963-1980 Gary R. Edgerton; The Epic Film: Myth and History Derek Elley; Our Lady Cinema: How and Why I went into the Photo-play World and What I Found There Harry Furniss; Materialist Film Peter Gidal; A Critical Guide to Horror Film Series Ken Hanke; The Road to Romance and Ruin: Teen Films and Youth Culture Jon Lewis; Chicano Images: Refiguring Ethnicity in Mainstream Film Christine List; The Cinema Ideal: An Introduction to Psychoanalytic Studies of the Film Spectator Harriet E. Margolis; Masters of Soviet Cinema: Crippled Creative Biographies Herbert Marshall; Cinema, Literature and Society: Elite and Mass Culture in Interwar Britain Peter Miles and Malcolm Smith; Where We Came In: Seventy Years of the British Film Industry C.A. Oakley; Mass-Observation at the Movies Edited by Jeffrey Richards and Dorothy Sheridan; Swordsmen of the Screen: From Douglas Fairbanks to Michael York Jeffrey Richards; Visions of Yesterday Jeffrey Richards; The British Board of Film Censors: Film Censorship in Britain, 1896-1950 James C. Robertson; Cinema and Ireland Kevin Rockett, Luke Gibbons and John Hill; The Difficulty of Difference: Psychoanalysis, Sexual Difference, and Film Theory D. N. Rodowick; Film Semiotics, Metz, and Leone's Trilogy Lane Roth; Hollywood Goes to War: Films and American Society 1939-52 Colin Shindler; Feature Films as History Edited by K.R.M. Short; The Decline of the Cinema: An Economist’s Report John Spraos; Film and the Working Class: The Feature Film in British and American Society Peter Stead; Eisenstein: A Documentary Portrait Norman Swallow; The Hollywood Feature Film in Postwar Britain Paul Swann; Cinema Eye, Cinema Ear: Some Key Film-makers of the Sixties John Russell Taylor; Directors and Directions: Cinema for the Seventies John Russell Taylor; The Cinema of Apartheid: Race and Class in South African Film Keyan Tomaselli; Early Cinema in Russia and its Cultural Reception Yuri Tsivian, Translated by Alan Bodger; Image and Influence: Studies in the Sociology of Film Andrew Tudor; Flashbacks in Film: Memory & History Maureen Turim
Reissuing works originally published between 1914 and 1996, Routledge Library Editions: Cinema offers a selection of scholarship covering the movies. Volumes range from film propaganda to the epic film genre, women in cinema to Soviet cinema, silent film to horror series, and touch on acting, screenwriting and film production among other areas making this a comprehensive collection of previously out-of-print works.