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Other titles in the New Perspectives on World Cinema series:
Selected Film Essays and Interviews (New Perspectives on World Cinema)by Bruce F. Kawin
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This engaging collection of Bruce F. Kawin's most important film essays (1977-2011) is accompanied by his interviews with Lillian Gish (1978) and Howard Hawks (1976).
A collection of Bruce F. Kawin's most engaging and important essays on film, accompanied by his interviews with Lillian Gish and Howard Hawks.
About the Author
Bruce F. Kawin is Professor of English and Film at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His books include "Telling It Again and Again: Repetition in Literature and Film," "Mindscreen: Bergman, Godard, and First-Person Film," "The Mind of the Novel: Reflexive Fiction and the Ineffable," "Faulkner's MGM Screenplays," "How Movies Work" and "Horror and the Horror Film." He is also the co-author of the last seven editions of "A Short History of the Movies."
Howie Movshovitz teaches film at the College of Arts and Media at the University of Colorado at Denver. He has been a film critic on Colorado Public Radio since 1976 and has reported on film subjects for National Public Radio since 1987.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Howie Movshovitz; Preface; 1. VIOLENCE AND POLITICS: Me Tarzan, You Junk; The Whole World Is Watching; Violent Genres; Wild Blueberry Muffins; 2. HORROR AND SCIENCE FICTION: The Mummy's Pool; Time and Stasis in "La Jetée"; "Carnival of Souls"; 3. REVIEWS: "Welcome to L.A."; "The Fury"; "Piranha"; "The Elephant Man"; 4. INTERVIEWS: Lillian Gish; Howard Hawks; 5. LITERATURE AND NARRATION: The Montage Element in Faulkner's Fiction; Horton Foote; An Outline of Film Voices; Dorothy's Dream: Mindscreen in "The Wizard of Oz"; 6. GETTING IT RIGHT: Creative Remembering and Other Perils of Film Study; Late Show on the Telescreen: Film Studies and the Bottom Line; Video Frame Enlargements; Three Endings; Acknowledgments; Index of Names and Titles
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