Synopses & Reviews
This new edition of Routledge's definitive "Key Concepts in Cinema Studies" has been extentively updated and expanded.
In addition to new entries, such as "pornography" and "adaptation," all of the genre entries reflect the changes of the past few years, and numerous changes have been made in response to feedback from students of film. Featuring some 150 entries, "Cinema Studies: The Key Concepts" explores a wide range of genres, movements, theories and production terms with depth and clarity. This highly readable resource is both authoritative and accessible, making it an ideal guide for film students and a pleasurable reference for film lovers.
This text has been revised to meet the needs of students and film enthusiasts. Some 150 key genres, movements, theories and production terms are explained and analyzed. Entries include: auteur theory; Blaxploitation; British New Wave; feminist film theory; intertextuality; and method acting.