(Go to Listing by Author)
An Accented Cinema:Exilic and Diasporic Filmmaking. H. Naficy. The Address of the Eye:A Phenomenology of Film Experience. V. Sobchack. The Art of Taking a Walk:Flanerie, Literature, and Film in Weimar Culture. A. Gleber. Artists in the Audience:Cults, Camp, and American Film Criticism. G. Taylor. Black, White, and in Color:Television and Black Civil Rights. S. Torres. Blackout:Reinventing Women for Wartime British Cinema. A.C. Lant. Body in Question:Image and Illusion in Two Chinese Films by Director Jiang Wen. J. Silbergeld. The Body in the Mirror:Shapes of History in Italian Cinema. A. Dalle Vacche. Breaking the Glass Armor. K. Thompson. British Genres:Cinema and Society, 1930-1960. M. Landy. A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema, 1930-1980. R.B. Ray. Chaplin and American Culture:The Evolution of a Star Image. C.J. Maland. The Cinema of Federico Fellini. P. Bondanella. Cinematernity:Film, Motherhood, Genre. L. Fischer. Close Up 1927-1933:Cinema and Modernism. J. Donald, A. Friedberg, et al., eds. The Corporeal Image:Film, Ethnography, and the Senses. D. MacDougall. Creating the Couple:Love, Marriage, and Hollywood Performance. V.W. Wexman. Divine Decadence:Fascism, Female Spectacle, and the Makings of Sally Bowles. L. Mizejewski. Emile Cohl, Caricature, and Film. D. Crafton. Entertaining America:Jews, Movies, and Broadcasting. J. Hoberman and J. Shandler. Fascism in Film:The Italian Commercial Cinema, 1931-1943. M. Landy. Film Essays and a Lecture. S. Eisenstein; J. Leyda, ed. The Films of Carlos Saura:The Practice of Seeing. M. D'Lugo. The Films of Theo Angelopoulos:A Cinema of Contemplation. A. Horton. Forms:Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network. C. Levine. French Film Theory and Criticism:A History/Anthology, 1907-1939. Volume 1: 1907-1929. R. Abel. French Film Theory and Criticism:A History/Anthology, 1907-1939. Volume 2: 1929-1939. R. Abel. From Caligari to Hitler:A Psychological History of the German Film. S. Kracauer; L. Quaresima, ed. The Gaze and the Labyrinth:The Cinema of Liliana Cavani. G. Marrone. Gendering War Talk. M.G. Cooke and A. Woollacott, eds. The History of Italian Cinema:A Guide to Italian Film from Its Origins to the Twenty-First Century. G. Brunetta; J. Parzen, et al., trans. The Hitchcock Romance:Love and Irony in Hitchcock's Films. L. Brill. Hollywood Fantasies of Miscegenation:Spectacular Narratives of Gender and Race. S. Courtney. Hollywood Highbrow:From Entertainment to Art. S. Baumann. Incorporating Images:Film and the Rival Arts. B. Peucker. Interpreting Films:Studies in the Historical Reception of American Cinema. J. Staiger. Italian Film in the Light of Neorealism. M. Marcus. The Japanese Film:Art and Industry. (Expanded Edition). J.L. Anderson and D. Richie. The Japanese Theatre:From Shamanistic Ritual to Contemporary Pluralism. B. Ortolani. Joyless Streets:Women and Melodramatic Representation in Weimar Germany. P. Petro. Kino:A History of the Russian and Soviet Film, With a New Postscript and a Filmography Brought up to the Present. J. Leyda. Landscapes of Loss:The National Past in Postwar French Cinema. N. Greene. Living Pictures, Missing Persons:Mannequins, Museums, and Modernity. M.B. Sandberg. Mappings:Feminism and the Cultural Geographies of Encounter. S.S. Friedman. Men, Women, and Chain Saws:Gender in Modern Horror Film. C.J. Clover. Mists of Regret:Culture and Sensibility in Classic French Film. D. Andrew. Modernism, Media, and Propaganda:British Narrative from 1900 to 1945. M. Wollaeger. Movie-Struck Girls:Women and Motion Picture Culture after the Nickelodeon. S. Stamp. Mumbai Fables. G. Prakash. National Imaginaries, American Identities:The Cultural Work of American Iconography. L.J. Reynolds and G. Hutner, eds. Noir Urbanisms:Dystopic Images of the Modern City. G. Prakash, ed. On Hollywood:The Place, The Industry. A.J. Scott. Passions and Deceptions:The Early Films of Ernst Lubitsch. S. Hake. Playing the Race Card:Melodramas of Black and White from Uncle Tom to O. J. Simpson. L. Williams. Politics of the Self:Feminism and the Postmodern in West German Literature and Film. R.W. McCormick. Producing Public Television, Producing Public Culture. B. Dornfeld. Reframing Culture:The Case of the Vitagraph Quality Films. W. Uricchio and R.E. Pearson. Revisioning History:Film and the Construction of a New Past. R.A. Rosenstone, ed. Richard Wagner, Fritz Lang, and the Nibelungen:The Dramaturgy of Disavowal. D.J. Levin. Screen/Play:Derrida and Film Theory. P. Brunette and D. Wills. Shell Shock Cinema:Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War. A. Kaes. Shot/Countershot:Film Tradition and Women's Cinema. L. Fischer. Siegfried Kracauer:An Introduction. G. Koch; J. Gaines, trans. The Social Cinema of Jean Renoir. C. Faulkner. Streetwalking on a Ruined Map:Cultural Theory and the City Films of Elvira Notari. G. Bruno. The Theater and Cinema of Buster Keaton. R. Knopf. Theory of Film:The Redemption of Physical Reality. S. Kracauer. Theory of Film Practice. N. Burch; H.R. Lane, trans. To Free the Cinema:Jonas Mekas and the New York Underground. D.E. James, ed. Transcultural Cinema. D. MacDougall; L. Taylor, ed. Vocal Apparitions:The Attraction of Cinema to Opera. M. Grover-Friedlander. The Warrior's Camera:The Cinema of Akira Kurosawa. S. Prince. Wartime Kiss:Visions of the Moment in the 1940s. A. Nemerov. Words of Light:Theses on the Photography of History. E. Cadava. Working-Class Hollywood:Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America. S.J. Ross. The Zero Hour:Glasnost and Soviet Cinema in Transition. A. Horton and M. Brashinsky.
File created: 7/11/2014
Questions and comments to: email@example.com Princeton University Press